Inverse problem of the event reconstruction in the LORD experiment using two satellites
Using the random search method, the solution of the inverse problem of event reconstruction when detecting ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays (UHECR) in more complex LORD experiment versions using two lunar satellites revolving in almost the same orbit, but spaced to a sufficient distance, is considered. In the case of the detection by two satellites, the time delay between signals of either satellite is also measured. This makes it possible to achieve a higher accuracy in the solution of the inverse problem of event reconstruction and to determine the direction to the particle source, which is impossible in experiments with one satellite.
Keywordsinverse problem cascade cosmic rays radio method broadband reception two satellites time delay direction to the source
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