Measurements of the Deuteron flux and of the Deuteron to proton flux ratio in Cosmic Rays with AMS on the ISS
The deuteron flux in cosmic rays is one of the most valuable tools for understanding
the propagation of CR in the galaxy and constrain the models that describe it. In this work,
a preliminary measurement of D flux is presented, obtained from the data of the AMS-02
experiment, considering a data-taking period of 7 years (2011-2018).
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