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  • Athens Neutron Monitor: Observing cosmic ray neutrons. Background information, explanation of worldwide monitor network, detector description, publications, links.
  • CHICOS - California HIgh school Cosmic ray ObServatory: An active research array for the detection of ultra-high energy cosmic rays. The events CHICOS is designed to observe are single subatomic particles slamming into the Earth's atmosphere with the energy of a brick falling from a rooftop. It is a collaboration of Los Angeles-area high schools, California Institute of Technology, California State University, Northridge, and University of California, Irvine.
  • HiRes: High Resolution Fly's Eye Cosmic Ray Detector.
  • High Resolution Fly's Eye Experiment (HiRes): Large air fluorescence cosmic ray detector.
  • Homebrew Cosmic Ray Muon Detector: Schematics and diagrams for the Geiger-Mueller detectors and electronics. Information on cosmic rays, variations and other forms of detection such as scintillation.
  • ICRC 1995: 24th International Cosmic Ray Conference in Rome, Italy, August 28 - September 8, 1995.
  • ICRC 1997: 25th International Cosmic Ray Conference in Durban, South Africa, July 28 - August 8 1997.
  • ICRC 1999: 26th International Cosmic Ray Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, August 17-25, 1999.
  • ICRR: Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo.
  • Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory: Aims to observe the highest-energy cosmic rays.
  • STACEE: Solar Tower Atmospheric Cherenkov Effect Experiment.
  • Sources of Highest Energy Cosmic Rays: Increased estimates of extragalactic magnetic fields may explain why possible HE CR sources, like AGN M87, do not align with observed CR directions.
  • The Chicago Air Shower Array (CASA): An experiment to detect energetic cosmic rays and gamma-rays. The goal was to measure the location, arrival direction, and energy of incoming cosmic rays and gamma-rays with energies above 10^14 eV, and to apply this information to investigate the origin cosmic rays and the nature of astrophysical source of the most energetic sources of gamma-rays. The project is no longer active, but some results (articles) are available.
  • WIZARD Experiments: Space-borne experiments like PAMELA, SilEye, NINA and balloons. Downloadable results, articles and pictures.


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