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Galactic Cosmic-Ray Composition and Spectra for Ne through Ni from 0.8 to 10 GeV/nuc with the SuperTIGER Instrument

Aug 1, 2015, 2:45 PM
15m
Mississippi (World Forum)

Mississippi

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Churchillplein 10 2517 JW Den Haag The Netherlands
Oral contribution CR-EX Parallel CR10 Dir heavy

Speaker

Allan Labrador (California Institute of Technology)

Description

SuperTIGER (Trans-Iron Galactic Element Recorder) is a large-area balloon-borne instrument built to measure the galactic cosmic-ray abundances of elements from Z=10 (Ne) through Z=56 (Ba) at energies from 0.8 to ~10 GeV/nuc. SuperTIGER successfully flew around Antarctica for a record-breaking 55 days, from December 8, 2012 to February 1, 2013. In this paper, we present results of an analysis of the data taken during the flight for elements from Z=10 (Ne) to Z=28 (Ni). We report excellent charge separation throughout this range, with an Fe charge resolution of 0.16. We will compare our galactic element abundance measurements, secondary to primary ratios (e.g. (Si+Ti+V)/Fe), and energy spectra with those from other instruments operating at different energy ranges.
Collaboration -- not specified --
Registration number following "ICRC2015-I/" 377

Primary author

Allan Labrador (California Institute of Technology)

Co-authors

Brian Rauch (Washington University) Edward Stone (California Institute of Technology) Jake Waddington (University of Minnesota) Jason Link (NASA/GSFC) John E Ward (Washington University) John Mitchell (NASA/GSFC) Kenichi Sakai (NASA/GSFC) Makoto Sasaki (NASA/GSFC) Mark Wiedenbeck (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Martin Israel (Washington University in St Louis) Richard Mewaldt (California Institute of Technology) Ryan Murphy (Washington University) T. J. Brandt (NASA/GSFC) Thomas Hams (NASA/GSFC) Prof. Walter Binns (Washington University)

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