Precise cosmic rays measurements with PAMELA. Acta Polytechnica Volume 53, Issue SUPPL.1, 2013, Pages 712-717

14 сентября 2018
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Контактные данные автора публикации Bruno, A.a , Adriani, O.bc, Barbarino,, Bazilevskaya, G.
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The PAMELA experiment was launched on board the Resurs-DK1 satellite on June 15th 2006. The apparatus was designed to conduct precision studies of charged cosmic radiation over a wide energy range, from tens of MeV up to several hundred GeV, with unprecedented statistics. In five years of continuous data taking in space, PAMELA accurately measured the energy spectra of cosmic ray antiprotons and positrons, as well as protons, electrons and light nuclei, sometimes providing data in unexplored energetic regions. These important results have shed new light in several astrophysical fields like: an indirect search for Dark Matter, a search for cosmological antimatter (anti-Helium), and the validation of acceleration, transport and secondary production models of cosmic rays in the Galaxy. Some of the most important items of Solar and Magnetospheric physics were also investigated. Here we present the most recent results obtained by the PAMELA experiment.
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Antimatter; Cosmic rays; Dark matter; Solar modulation; Trapped radiation
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