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22nd European Cosmic Ray Symposium in Turku, Finland

3 - 6 August 2010







Abstracts

3.    ANOMALOUS PAMELA EFFECT AND ITS POSSIBLE EXPLANATION    Yuri Stozhkov
7.    S. N. VERNOV AND STUDY OF COSMIC RAYS IN THE ATMOSPHERE    Yuri Stozhkov
1.    SOLAR PROTON INJECTION IN DIFFERENT PHASES OF GRADUAL FLARES    Alexei Struminsky
3.    THE POSSIBILITIES OF SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF GAMMA RAYS, COSMIC-RAY ELECTRONS AND POSITRONS ON THE GAMMA-400 SPACE OBSERVATORY    Sergey Suchkov
4.    Cosmic ray physics by the ARGO-YBJ experiment    Antonio Surdo
3.    Balloon-borne gamma-ray telescope with nuclear emulsion    Satoru Takahashi
5.    Coplanar Emission in Cosmic Ray Interactions and Earliest LHC Results    Mohamed Cherif TALAI
5.    Particle Acceleration Timescales in Relativistic Jets    Joni Tammi
8.A.    The History of Cosmic Ray Research in Finland    Pekka Tanskanen
5.    EXPLORING COSMIC RAY SPECTRA IN SUPERNOVA REMNANTS    Igor Telezhinsky
6.    Highlights of GeV Gamma-ray Astronomy    David Thompson
4.    Results from the High Resolution Flys Eye Experiment    Gordon Thomson
4.    Results from the Telescope Array Experiment    Gordon Thomson
4.    An air shower array for LOFAR    Satyendra Thoudam
5.    On the possible correlation between the high energy electron spectrum and the cosmic-ray secondary to primary ratios    Satyendra Thoudam
2.    Muon diagnostics as a new approach to environment monitoring and forecasting    Dmitry Timashkov
2.    PECULIARITY AMPLITUDE DISTRIBUTION OF IONIZATION JERKS IN THE CAMERA ASK-1 FROM PROLONGED MEASUREMENTS    Vladislav Timofeev
3.    THE ALPHA MAGNETIC SPECTROMETER ON INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION    Samuel C. C. Ting
4.    Study of cosmic ray composition through muon bundle properties using coincident IceTop/IceCube measurements    Feusels Tom
2.    PRIMARY ENERGY RECONSTRUCTION FROM THE S(500) OBSERVABLE RECORDED WITH THE KASCADE-GRANDE DETECTOR    Gabriel Toma

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