High-energy Cosmic Rays
In the past few years significant progress has been made towards identifying and understanding cosmic particle accelerators. Nevertheless some critical, long-standing questions remain unanswered, and the field is as active as ever.
I review recent experimental results on high-energy (HE, > 10^15 eV) cosmic rays (CR). I will focus on direct CR electron and positron measurements and indirect ultra-HE (> 10^18 eV) CR measurements, and on Very-HE ( > 100 GeV) gamma ray detections.
Open questions and prospects are addressed, and proposed and upcoming experiments are outlined.
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