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Joint Experiment Of Russia And Japan
12.10.2014 16:39
Joint Experiment Of Russia And Japan
(Source: http://gizmod.ru/2008/03/13)

 Russian and Japanese scientists intend to launch a project on the study of cosmic rays of extremely high energies coming in our galaxy from outside with the use of the new space telescope aboard the ISS. The corresponding protocol on a joint experiment within the K-EUSO project was signed by the Research Institute of Nuclear Physics of Skobeltsyn (RINP), Moscow State University and Japan’s largest research centre RIKEN, as the press service of the RINP reports.

      The working title of the K-EUSO experiment is derived from the names of the two joint projects – the Russian CREHE (KLPVE) (cosmic rays of extremely high energies) and the International JEM-EUSO (Japanese Experiment Module - Extreme Universe Space Observatory). KLPVE is the orbital reflecting telescope, RINP is the leading organization for implementation of this project.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian science cosmic rays    

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