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Ryu, Dongsu
Astrophysics Lab
Research Interests
  • Shock waves and turbulence in clusters of galaxies
  • Origin and evolution of magnetic fields and cosmic rays in the universe
  • Plasma astrophysical phenomena in the large-scale structure of the universe



DC Field Value Language Abu-Zayyad, T. ko Aida, R. ko Allen, M. ko Anderson, R. ko Azuma, R. ko Barcikowski, E. ko Belz, J. W. ko Bergman, D. R. ko Blake, S. A. ko Cady, R. ko Cheon, B. G. ko Chiba, J. ko Chikawa, M. ko Cho, E. J. ko Cho, W. R. ko Fujii, H. ko Fujii, T. ko Fukuda, T. ko Fukushima, M. ko Hanlon, W. ko Hayashi, K. ko Hayashi, Y. ko Hayashida, N. ko Hibino, K. ko Hiyama, K. ko Honda, K. ko Iguchi, T. ko Ikeda, D. ko Ikuta, K. ko Inoue, N. ko Ishii, T. ko Ishimori, R. ko Ivanov, D. ko Iwamoto, S. ko Jui, C. C. H. ko Kadota, K. ko Kakimoto, F. ko Kalashev, O. ko Kanbe, T. ko Kasahara, K. ko Kawai, H. ko Kawakami, S. ko Kawana, S. ko Kido, E. ko Kim, H. B. ko Kim, H. K. ko Kim, J. H. ko Kim, J. H. ko Kitamoto, K. ko Kitamura, S. ko Kitamura, Y. ko Kobayashi, K. ko Kobayashi, Y. ko Kondo, Y. ko Kuramoto, K. ko Kuzmin, V. ko Kwon, Y. J. ko Lan, J. ko Lim, S. I. ko Machida, S. ko Martens, K. ko Matsuda, T. ko Matsuura, T. ko Matsuyama, T. ko Matthews, J. N. ko Minamino, M. ko Miyata, K. ko Murano, Y. ko Myers, I. ko Nagasawa, K. ko Nagataki, S. ko Nakamura, T. ko Nam, S. W. ko Nonaka, T. ko Ogio, S. ko Ohnishi, M. ko Ohoka, H. ko Oki, K. ko Oku, D. ko Okuda, T. ko Oshima, A. ko Ozawa, S. ko Park, I. H. ko Pshirkov, M. S. ko Rodriguez, D. C. ko Roh, S. Y. ko Rubtsov, G. ko Ryu, Dongsu ko Sagawa, H. ko Sakurai, N. ko Sampson, A. L. ko Scott, L. M. ko Shah, P. D. ko Shibata, F. ko Shibata, T. ko Shimodaira, H. ko Shin, B. K. ko Shin, J. I. ko Shirahama, T. ko Smith, J. D. ko Sokolsky, P. ko Stokes, B. T. ko Stratton, S. R. ko Stroman, T. ko Suzuki, S. ko Takahashi, Y. ko Takeda, M. ko Taketa, A. ko Takita, M. ko Tameda, Y. ko Tanaka, H. ko Tanaka, K. ko Tanaka, M. ko Thomas, S. B. ko Thomson, G. B. ko Tinyakov, P. ko Tkachev, I. ko Tokuno, H. ko Tomida, T. ko Troitsky, S. ko Tsunesada, Y. ko Tsutsumi, K. ko Tsuyuguchi, Y. ko Uchihori, Y. ko Udo, S. ko Ukai, H. ko Vasiloff, G. ko Wada, Y. ko Wong, T. ko Wood, M. ko Yamakawa, Y. ko Yamane, R. ko Yamaoka, H. ko Yamazaki, K. ko Yang, J. ko Yoneda, Y. ko Yoshida, S. ko Yoshii, H. ko Zhou, X. ko Zollinger, R. ko Zundel, Z. ko 2014-09-16T06:54:22Z - 2014-09-15 ko 2013-05 -
dc.identifier.citation ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS, v.768, no.1, pp.1 - 5 ko
dc.identifier.issn 2041-8205 ko
dc.identifier.uri -
dc.identifier.uri ko
dc.description.abstract The Telescope Array (TA) collaboration has measured the energy spectrum of ultra-high energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) with primary energies above 1.6 x 10(18) eV. This measurement is based upon four years of observation by the surface detector component of TA. The spectrum shows a dip at an energy of 4.6x10(18) eV and a steepening at 5.4x10(19) eV which is consistent with the expectation from the GZK cutoff. We present the results of a technique, new to the analysis of UHECR surface detector data, that involves generating a complete simulation of UHECRs striking the TA surface detector. The procedure starts with shower simulations using the CORSIKA Monte Carlo program where we have solved the problems caused by use of the "thinning" approximation. This simulation method allows us to make an accurate calculation of the acceptance of the detector for the energies concerned. ko
dc.description.statementofresponsibility open -
dc.language ENG ko
dc.publisher IOP PUBLISHING LTD ko
dc.subject astroparticle physics ko
dc.subject cosmic rays ko
dc.subject methods: data analysis ko
dc.type ARTICLE ko
dc.identifier.scopusid 2-s2.0-84876530151 ko
dc.identifier.wosid 000317912900001 ko
dc.type.rims ART ko
dc.description.wostc 31 *
dc.description.scopustc 23 * 2015-05-06 * 2014-09-15 *
dc.identifier.doi 10.1088/2041-8205/768/1/L1 ko
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