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Development of the Buckland Park Cosmic Ray Air Shower Array for Ultra High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy

  • D. Ciampa (a1), R. W. Clay (a1), C. L. Corani (a1), P. G. Edwards (a1) and J. R. Patterson (a1)...

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The Buckland Park air shower array is being developed particularly for use as an ultra-high-energy gamma ray astronomy telescope. The properties of this instrument are described with an emphasis on improvements being made to its angular resolution. Some early data are presented to illustrate the way in which the data obtained will be used.

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Development of the Buckland Park Cosmic Ray Air Shower Array for Ultra High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy

  • D. Ciampa (a1), R. W. Clay (a1), C. L. Corani (a1), P. G. Edwards (a1) and J. R. Patterson (a1)...

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