J. Berdugo perez* and On behalf of the AMS Collaboration
December 15, 2021
March 18, 2022
In ten years on the International Space Station, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) has collected more than 180 billion cosmic rays measuring with unprecedented precision different components of the charged cosmic rays up to few TeV. This includes fluxes of positrons, electrons, antiprotons, protons, and nuclei from helium to silicon and beyond. A summary of the latest results will be shown. Results on time variation of cosmic ray fluxes associated with solar activity on different time scales will be presented.
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