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New results from AMS cosmic ray measurements

By M. A. Huang

Abstract

The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) is a detector designed to search for antimatter in the cosmic rays. The physics results from the test flight in June 1998 are analyzed and published. This paper reviews the results in the five published papers of the AMS collaboration, updates the current understanding of two puzzles, albedo e + /e − and albedo 3 He, and disscusses the influence of albedo particles.

Year: 2002
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