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Ultra High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy at Akeno

  • P. G. Edwards (a1), T. Kifune (a1) and M. Mori (a2)

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This paper describes the SPICA array at Akeno, and discusses recent efforts made to improve the angular resolution of the array, concentrating on the determination of the departure of the shower front from a plane. Future research plans are also outlined.

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