PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 444 - 38th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2023) - Highlight Talks
DArk Matter Particle Explorer: 7 years in Space
F. Alemanno, C. Altomare, Q. An, P. Azzarello, F.C.T. Barbato, P. Bernardini, X.J. Bi, I. Cagnoli, M.S. Cai, E. Casilli, E. Catanzani, J. Chang, D.Y. Chen, J.L. Chen, Z.F. Chen, Z.X. Chen, P. Coppin, M.Y. Cui, T.S. Cui, Y.X. Cui, I. De Mitri, F. de Palma, A. Di Giovanni, M. Di Santo, Q. Ding, T.K. Dong, Z.X. Dong, G. Donvito, D. Droz, J.L. Duan, K.K. Duan, R.R. Fan, Y.Z. Fan, F. Fang, K. Fang, C.Q. Feng, L. Feng, M. Fernandez Alonso, J.M. Frieden, P. Fusco, M. Gao, F. Gargano, E. Ghose, K. Gong, Y.Z. Gong, D.Y. Guo, J.H. Guo, S.X. Han, Y.M. Hu, G.S. Huang, X.Y. Huang, Y.Y. Huang, M. Ionica, L.Y. Jiang, W. Jiang, Y.Z. Jiang, J. Kong, A. Kotenko, D. Kyratzis, S.J. Lei, W.L. Li, W.H. Li, X. Li, X.Q. Li, Y.M. Liang, C.M. Liu, H. Liu, J. Liu, S.B. Liu, Y. Liu, F. Loparco, C.N. Luo, M. Ma, P.X. Ma, T. Ma, X.Y. Ma, G. Marsella, M.N. Mazziotta, D. Mo, X.Y. Niu, X. Pan, A. Parenti, W.X. Peng, X.Y. Peng, C. Perrina, E. Putti-Garcia, R. Qiao, J.N. Rao, A. Ruina, Z. Shangguan, W.H. Shen, Z.Q. Shen, Z.T. Shen, L. Silveri, J.X. Song, M. Stolpovskiy, H. Su, M. Su, H.R. Sun, Z.Y. Sun, A. Surdo, X.J. Teng, A. Tykhonov*, J.Z. Wang, L.G. Wang, S. Wang, X.L. Wang, Y.F. Wang, Y. Wang, Y.Z. Wang, D.M. Wei, J.J. Wei, Y.F. Wei, D. Wu, J. Wu, L.B. Wu, S.S. Wu, X. Wu, Z.Q. Xia, E.H. Xu, H.T. Xu, J. Xu, Z.H. Xu, Z.Z. Xu, Z.L. Xu, G.F. Xue, H.B. Yang, P. Yang, Y.Q. Yang, H.J. Yao, Y.H. Yu, G.W. Yuan, Q. Yuan, C. Yue, J.J. Zang, S.X. Zhang, W.Z. Zhang, Y. Zhang, Y.P. Zhang, Y. Zhang, Y.J. Zhang, Y.Q. Zhang, Y.L. Zhang, Z. Zhang, Z.Y. Zhang, C. Zhao, H.Y. Zhao, X.F. Zhao, C.Y. Zhou and Y. Zhuet al. (click to show)
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The DArk Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) is a pioneering calorimetric experiment that has
been successfully operating in space since December 2015, designed to detect cosmic rays up to
unprecedentedly high energies thanks to the fine-grained thick BGO calorimeter and relatively
large geometric factor. Among the scientific goals of DAMPE are the precise measurements of
cosmic-ray electron plus positron spectrum, including the detection of possible indirect dark matter
signatures, spectral measurements of primary and secondary cosmic-ray species, and gamma-ray
physics. For electrons and gamma rays, it covers an energy range from GeV to about 10 TeV, with
an outstanding energy resolution close to 1%. Proton and ion cosmic rays can be measured up to
hundreds of TeV in kinetic energy. In this contribution, we first give an overview of the DAMPE
mission and its on-orbit operation status. Then, we highlight the key scientific results, including
the measurements of the BCNO group, boron-to-carbon ratio, proton plus helium spectrum beyond
100 TeV, gamma-ray physics and more. Finally, the ongoing efforts for lepton, light, and heavy
hadron cosmic rays are briefly discussed along with the new data analysis techniques.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.444.0003
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