Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of EAS with Delayed Particles.
July 22, 2019
July 02, 2021
The Extensive Air Showers (EAS) with delayed particles have been detected by the Horizon-10T experiment, located at the elevation of 3346 m above sea level near the city of Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan. Among these EAS with delayed particles there were events that had signals with two distinct pulses (maximums or modes). Such pulses we call bimodal, and showers – bimodal events.
This article presents the study of the properties of only bimodal events and comparison of these properties with the EAS that were simulated using the CORSIKA software package. This thorough comparison has shown that bimodal events cannot be explained only by known physical processes taking place in electron-hadron showers.
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