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Early Results from TUS, the First Orbital Detector of Extreme Energy Cosmic Rays

TUS is the world's first orbital detector of extreme energy cosmic rays (EECRs), which operates as a part of the scientific payload of the Lomonosov satellite since May 19, 2016. TUS employs the nocturnal atmosphere of the Earth to register ultraviolet (UV) fluorescence and Cherenkov radiation from extensive air showers generated by EECRs as well as UV radiation from lightning strikes and transient luminous events, micro-meteors and space debris. The first months of its operation in orbit have demonstrated an unexpectedly rich variety of UV radiation in the atmosphere. We briefly review the design of TUS and present a few examples of events recorded in a mode dedicated to registering EECRs.

Mikhail Zotov, for the Lomonosov-UHECR/TLE Collaboration
Arxiv.org (Submitted on 28 Mar 2017 (v1), last revised 2 Apr 2017 (this version, v2))

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International symposium on Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays, UHECR2018


This UHECR workshop will cover recent results from UHECR observations and theoretical developments as well as future plans.  The symposium will focus on the highest energy cosmic rays as well as cosmic rays at lower energies above 1 PeV, and on multi-messenger approaches.
Review talks by invited speakers and contributions including posters will be presented by experimentalists and theorists in plenary sessions.

UHECR 2018 will take place in the heart of Paris, at “Chimie Paris Tech” Campus (formerly know as the "Ecole Nationale de Chimie Supérieure de Paris ").

Event information is already available on the conference website at

https://indico.in2p3.fr/event/17063 .