Some results from the Yakutsk array experiment and the status of the modernization program
Shafer Institute for Cosmophysical Research & Aeronomy, Yakutsk 677980, Russia
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Published online: 10 May 2019
The Yakutsk array has been used to study cosmic rays since 1974. Charged particles such as electrons, positrons and muons are detected, as well as radio signals emitted by air showers. However, the characteristic shower component detected by the array is Cherenkov light. This article briefly reviews recent results from the Yakutsk array group.
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