Reviews of topical problems

Superhigh-energy cosmic ray detection using shower radioemission

East-Ukrainian National University, kvartal Molodezhnyi 20-A, Lugansk, 91034, Ukraine

It is argued that preconditions currently exist for more actively studying the possibility of detecting cosmic rays of superhigh energy (1021-1023 eV) by observing radio emission from a cascade shower. To illustrate this point, major results from the initial period of research (1961-1980) are briefly reviewed, problems unresolved at that time are pointed out, and subsequent advances that have stimulated further progress in this area are described.

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PACS: 84.40.Be, 95.85.Bh, 96.40.Pg
DOI: 10.1070/PU2002v045n04ABEH000850
Citation: Filonenko A D "Superhigh-energy cosmic ray detection using shower radioemission" Phys. Usp. 45 403–432 (2002)
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Оригинал: Филоненко А Д «Детектирование космических лучей по электронной радиоэмиссии ливня и возможности этого метода в диапазоне сверхвысоких энергий» УФН 172 439–471 (2002); DOI: 10.3367/UFNr.0172.200204c.0439

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