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The direct measurement of the cosmic-ray spectrum, up to the knee region, is one of the instrumental challenges for next generation space experiments. The main issue for these measurements is a steeply falling spectrum with increasing energy, so the physics performance of the space calorimeters are primarily determined by their geometrical acceptance and energy resolution. CaloCube is a three-year R&D project, approved and financed by INFN in 2014, aiming to optimize the design of a space-born calorimeter. The peculiarity of the design of CaloCube is its capability of detecting particles coming from any direction, and not only those on its upper surface. To ensure that the quality of the measurement does not depend on the arrival direction of the particles, the calorimeter will be designed as homogeneous and isotropic as possible. In addition, to achieve a high discrimination power for hadrons and nuclei …
IOP Publishing
Publication date: 
1 Nov 2017

L Pacini, O Adriani, A Agnesi, S Albergo, L Auditore, A Basti, E Berti, G Bigongiari, L Bonechi, S Bonechi, M Bongi, V Bonvicini, S Bottai, P Brogi, G Cappello, G Carotenuto, G Castellini, PW Cattaneo, M Chiari, N Daddi, R DAlessandro, S Detti, M Fasoli, N Finetti, P Lenzi, P Maestro, PS Marrocchesi, M Miritello, N Mori, G Orzan, M Olmi, P Papini, MG Pellegriti, F Pirzio, A Rappoldi, S Ricciarini, P Spillantini, O Starodubtsev, F Stolzi, JE Suh, A Sulaj, A Tiberio, A Tricomi, A Trifirò, M Trimarchi, E Vannuccini, A Vedda, G Zampa, N Zampa

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Volume: 928 Issue: 1 Pages: 012013
Journal of Physics: Conference Series