Dr Kajino Fumiyoshi (Konan University)
KLYPVE is a Russian science mission to detect ultra-high energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) above 5 1019 eV. It will be attached to the Russian MRM-1 module onboard International Space Station. The K-EUSO project is a result of the joint efforts of the JEM-EUSO collaboration to improve performance of the KLYPVE mission, by employing the technologies (a corrector Fresnel lens, the Focal surface detector, and a laser head) developed for the JEM-EUSO mission. The baseline design of KLYPVE/K-EUSO uses a 3.4m primary mirror, allowing large photon collection efficiency. Light from the mirror is focused by a 1.7m diameter, double sided Fresnel lens on the focal surface. The lens enlarges the field of view to ±14°, reduces aberrations thus improving the effective area by more than a factor 7. We will describe the details of the baseline optical system for KLYPVE/K-EUSO.
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Toshikazu Ebisuzaki (RIKEN)
Dr Casolino Marco (RIKEN) Dr Kajino Fumiyoshi (Konan University) Dr Kawasaki Yoshiya (RIKEN) Dr Klimov pavel (SINP, MSU) Prof. Panashyuk Mikhail I. (SINP, MSU) Dr Sakaki Naoto (Osaka City University) Dr Sharakin Sergei (SINP, MSU) Dr Takizawa Yoshiyuki (RIKEN)