Latest Results of KASCADE-Grande
A. Haungs*, S. Schoo, W.D. Apel, J.C. Arteaga-Velázquez, K. Bekk, M. Bertaina,
J. Blümer, H. Bozdog, I.M. Brancus, E. Cantoni, A. Chiavassa, F. Cossavella, K. Daumiller, V. de Souza, F. Di Pierro, P. Doll, R. Engel, D. Fuhrmann, A. Gherghel-Lascu, H.J. Gils, R. Glasstetter, C. Grupen, D. Kang, D. Heck, J.R. Hörandel, D. Huber, T. Huege, K.H. Kampert, H.O. Klages, K. Link, P. Łuczak, H.J. Mathes, H.J. Mayer, J. Milke, B. Mitrica, C. Morello, J. Oehlschläger, S. Ostapchenko, N. Palmieri, T. Pierog, H. Rebel, M. Roth, H. Schieler, F.G. Schröder, O. Sima, G. Toma, G.C. Trinchero, H. Ulrich, A. Weindl, J. Wochele and J. Zabierowskiet al. (click to show)
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
The KASCADE-Grande experiment has significantly contributed to the current knowledge about
the energy spectrum and composition of cosmic rays for energies between the knee and the ankle.
Meanwhile, post-LHC versions of the hadronic interaction models are available and used
to interpret the entire data set of KASCADE-Grande. A new, combined analysis of both arrays,
KASCADE and Grande, were developed increasing significantly the accuracy of the shower observables.
Latest results from the analysis of the entire data set as well as recent activities related
to scientific outreach of the KASCADE-Grande experiment are presented.
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