The Upgrade of Horizon-T Detector
D. Beznosko*, K.A. Baigarin, E.A. Beisembaeva, O.D. Dalkarov, M.S. Petlenko, V.A. Ryabov, T.K. Sadykov, S.B. Shaulov, V. Shiltsev, M.I. Vildanova and V.V. Zhukov
July 11, 2021
March 18, 2022
The Horizon-T experiment is located at the elevation of 3346 m above sea level near the city of Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan. A thorough comparison of the spatial and temporal characteristics of charged components of Extended Air Showers (EAS) with delayed particles has been conducted between the simulated EAS using CORSIKA simulation package and the selection from the experimental data set of events with two pulses recorded by a detector at ~600 m distance from axis . This comparison has shown that events with delayed particles cannot be described within existing simulation models. The significance of these results prompted the upgrade of the Horizon-T experiment. New detector points have been added at the ~600m to enhance data at that distance. Fast glass-based detector has been added to the scintillator-based detector at center point for accurate measurements of the pulse widths.
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