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EAS array on board of the A380 airliner
Capdevielle J.N., Cohen F., Jedrzejczak K., Szabelska B., Szabelski J. et al
in International Journal of Modern Physics A - 19th European Cosmic Ray Symposium, Florence : Italy - http://hal.in2p3.fr/in2p3-00024821
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EAS array on board of the A380 airliner
J.N. Capdevielle1, F. Cohen1, K. Jedrzejczak, B. Szabelska, J. Szabelski, T. Wibig
1 :  PCC - Physique Corpusculaire et Cosmologie - Collège de France
CNRS : UMR7553 – IN2P3 – Université Paris VII - Paris Diderot
11, place Marcelin Berthelot - 75231 Paris Cedex 05
France
We propose an airborne experiment to study cosmic rays at the knee energy taking opportunity of 10.000 hours of Airbus A380 test flights at an altitude of 10 km. The available area of nearly 500 m2 would allow for deploying EAS array with hadron detectors to measure CR iron spectra up to $\sim$ 10$^7$ GeV and high energy protons surviving without interaction. At an altitude of 10 km the showers initiated by heavy nuclei are more developed and stable than proton iniated showers. Registration of both E-M and hadron components will help to discriminate between heavy and primaries.

Communications avec actes
2005
International Journal of Modern Physics A
20, No. 29
6790-6792

19th European Cosmic Ray Symposium
Florence
Italie
30/08/2004
03/09/2004

PCC 04 58/conf
cosmic rays – extensive air showers