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Energy budget in the high energy universe : proceedings of the International Workshop, Kashiwa, Japan, 22-24 February 2006

Author: K Sato; Junji Hisano; Tōkyō Daigaku. Institute for Cosmic Ray Research.
Publisher: Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The existence of materials with very high specific energies greatly exceeding the local virial temperature is best represented by cosmic rays, whose origin has long been a mystery. Recent astrophysical observations in X-ray, gamma-ray, neutrino, and high energy cosmic ray experiments, in conjunction with theoretical studies, have revealed various new aspects of the high energy universe, including promising  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: K Sato; Junji Hisano; Tōkyō Daigaku. Institute for Cosmic Ray Research.
ISBN: 1281121045 9781281121042
OCLC Number: 648317032
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 398 pages) : illustrations
Contents: AGASA results and the status of TA --
Results from the high resolution fly's eye experiment --
Astrophysical origins of the highest energy cosmic rays --
Cosmic rays and magnetic fields in large scale structure of the universe --
Characterization of microwave continuum emission from UHECR extensive air showers --
The anti matter spectrometer (AMS-02): A particle physics detector in space --
Cosmic neutrinos and the energy budget of galactic and extragalactic cosmic rays --
Theoretical aspects of high energy neutrinos and GRB --
Precise measurement of low energy (<TeV) cosmic-ray flux with BESS --
The PAMELA cosmic ray telescope on board resurs-DK1 satellite: An overview of heliospheric observation capabilities --
Particle acceleration in kinetic plasma processes --
The swift gamma-ray burst mission: First results --
Gamma-ray burst: Problems delineated by HETE-2 and other observations --
The non-thermal high energy emission from GRBs --
theoretical predictions --
Explosion mechanism of core-collapse supernovae and collapsars --
Recent results from CANGAROO --
Observations of galactic gamma-ray sources with H.E.S.S. --
Particle acceleration in supernova remnants and the resulting nonthermal emission --
Recent results from the MAGIC project and outlook --
All-sky survey high resolution air-shower detector (Ashra) --
TeV gamma-rays from old supernova remnants --
The CALET project for investigating high energy universe --
Initial results from Suzaku --
X-ray diagnostics of acceleration processes --
Supernovae in the universe --
Search for supernova neutrinos at super-kamiokande --
Aspects of neutrino production in supernovae --
INTEGRAL --
Revealing the dark TeV sky: The atmospheric cherenkov imaging technique for very high energy gamma-ray astronomy --
JEM-EUSO mission to attach JEM/EF of ISS --
Propagation of ultra-high energy cosmic rays above 1019 eV in a structured extragalactic magnetic field and galactic magnetic field --
High energy neutrino emission from gamma-ray bursts --
Simulation of salt neutrino detector performance for ultra high-energy neutrino detection --
Measurement of attenuation length for UHF radio wave in natural rock salt samples concerning ultra high energy neutrino detection --
Particle acceleration by magnetohydrodynamic turbulence --
SU(2)~-triplet dark matter and HEAT anomaly in cosmic positron experiment --
Cosmic gamma-ray background anisotropy from dark matter annihilation --
High energy cosmic rays, neutrinos, and photons from gamma-ray bursts --
Damping of fast modes of MHD turbulence and electron acceleration in solar flares --
Optical measurements for CANGAROO-III --
Consideration of cassegrain imaging atmospheric cherenkov telescopes --
Influence of a non-dipole magnetic field on the peak energies of cyclotron absorption lines --
Magnetorotational collapse of very massive stars: Formation of jets and black holes --
Relativistic jets in population III supernova and extremely metal-poor stars --
Core-collapse very massive stars: Evolution, explosion, and nucleosynthesis of population III 500-1000 Ma stars --
The properties of the unique type Ib supernova 2005bf and implications for the difference between type Ib/c supernovae --
Time development of relativistic two-temperature plasma with electron-positron pair production --
Current status of CLIO for the detection of gravitational waves --
Development of an automatic birefringence measuring device of mirror substrates for LCGT --
Quasar luminosity function from recent observations.
Responsibility: editors, Katsuhiko Sato, Junji Hisano.

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