Volume 395 - 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2021) - CRD - Cosmic Ray Direct
Cosmic-ray Heavy Nuclei Spectra Using the ISS-CREAM Instrument
S. Kang*, S. Aggarwal, Y. Amare, D. Angelaszek, D. Bowman, Y.C. Chen, G.H. Choi, M. Copley, L. Dermoe, L. Eraud, C. Falana, A. Gerrety, J.H. Han, H.G. Huh, A. Haque, Y.S. Hwang, H.J. Hyun, H.B. Jeon, J.A. Jeon, S. Jeong, H.J. Kim, K.C. Kim, M.H. Kim, H.Y. Lee, J. Lee, M.H. Lee, L. Lu, J.P. Lundquist, L. Lutz, A. Menchaca-Rocha, O. Ofoha, H. Park, I.H. Park, J.M. Park, N. Picot-Clemente, R. Scrandis, E.S. Seo, J.R. Smith, R. Takeishi, P. Walpole, R.P. Weinmann, H. Wu, J. Wu, Z. Yin, Y.S. Yoon and H.G. Zhanget al. (click to show)
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Abstract
Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass for the International Space Station (ISS-CREAM) was designed to study high-energy cosmic rays up to PeV and recorded data from August 22nd, 2017 to February 12th, 2019 on the ISS. In this analysis, the Silicon Charge Detector (SCD), CALorimeter (CAL), and Top and Bottom Counting Detectors (TCD/BCD) are used. The SCD is composed of four layers and provides the measurement of cosmic-ray charges with a resolution of $\sim$0.2e. The CAL comprises 20 interleaved tungsten plates and scintillators, measures the incident cosmic-ray particles' energies, and provides a high energy trigger. The TCD/BCDs consist of photodiode arrays and plastic scintillators and provide a low-energy trigger. In this analysis, the SCD top layer is used for charge determination. Here, we present the heavy nuclei analysis using the ISS-CREAM instrument.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.395.0097
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