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Experiment on the Vernov satellite: Transient energetic processes in the Earth’s atmosphere and magnetosphere. Part I: Description of the experiment

The program of physical studies on the Vernov satellite launched on July 8, 2014 into a polar (640 × 830 km) solar-synchronous orbit with an inclination of 98.4° is presented. We described the complex of scientific equipment on this satellite in detail, including multidirectional gamma-ray detectors, electron spectrometers, red and ultra-violet detectors, and wave probes. The experiment on the Vernov satellite is mainly aimed at a comprehensive study of the processes of generation of transient phenomena in the optical and gamma-ray ranges in the Earth’s atmosphere (such as high-altitude breakdown on runaway relativistic electrons), the study of the action on the atmosphere of electrons precipitated from the radiation belts, and low- and high-frequency electromagnetic waves of both space and atmospheric origin.

DOI: 10.1134/S0010952516040043

29.07.2016
Panasyuk M.I., Svertilov S.I., Bogomolov V.V., Garipov G.K., et al.
Cosmic Research (English translation of Kosimicheskie Issledovaniya), 54(4):261–269, 2016.

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

12.10.2018

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 .