Gordon Thomson, University of Utah
Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 3:45pm to 4:45pm
NPL Conference Room, Rm 178
The energy range covered by the Telescope Array experiment, from 2x10 15 eV to 2x10 20 eV, contains the end of the galactic cosmic ray spectrum, the galactic-extragalactic transition, important information about the nature of cosmic rays throughout this energy region, and what probably are the highest energy particles in the universe. As time permits, I will discuss measurements of the spectrum and composition of cosmic rays, and searches for anisotropy (and hence the sources of these particles).