München 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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EP: Fachverband Extraterrestrische Physik

EP 9: Poster

EP 9.20: Poster

Donnerstag, 21. März 2019, 16:30–19:00, Durchgangshalle

The ORCA detector — •Christian Steigies1, Juan José Blanco2, Óscar García-Población2, José Medina2, Ignacio García-Tejedor2, Manuel Prieto2, Sindulfo Ayuso2, Raúl Gómez-Herrero2, Juan Antonio Garzón3, Almudena Gomis4, Victor Villasante-Marcos4, Marcos Seco3, Anna Morozova5, Georgy Kornakov6, Teresa Kurtukian7, Alberto Blanco8, Bernd Heber1, Helena Krüger9, and Du Toit Strauss91CAU Kiel — 2University of Alcalá — 3University of Santiago de Compostela — 4Instituto Geográfico Nacional — 5CITEUC-Univ. de Coimbra — 6TU-Darmstadt — 7CEN-Bordeaux — 8LIP-Coimbra — 9North-West University Potchefstroom

The ORCA (Observatorio de Rayos Cósmicos Antártico) detector consists of three different instruments with a common field of view: NEMO, MITO and TRISTAN. The goal of these instruments is to measure different components of the secondary cosmic rays that are created in the Earth's atmosphere: neutrons, muons, electrons and gamma rays. ORCA is performing a latitude scan of cosmic rays on its way from Spain to Livingston Island in Antarctica, where the instrument will be installed permanently at the Juan Carlos I research station when it arrives there in the summer season of 2018/19. The data measured by ORCA will be made available for research in scientific databases like NMDB.

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