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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||An Eas Event Observed In The Early Stage Of Development|
de Carvalho A.O.
de Oliveira R.
|Abstract:||Since 1969 the experiments of Brazil-Japan Collaboration showed the occurrence of a series of events, showing a region with a high concentration of electromagnetic particles, surrounded by isolated and/or groups of showers. These events were named "halo events" or "super-families". Currently, we have more than a dozen of such events. The first of them, due to its aspect, was named "Andromeda". We present here the main characteristics of a similar halo event, named C21S087I075. It has a halo region with many high energy showers in its border. Other small energy showers spread over the central and surrounding blocks (S088, S100, S101, I074). These isolated showers, classified as of hadronic or electromagnetic origin, present a fractional energy distribution compatible with that of a Centauro candidate event (C16S087I037), reported at this symposium [S.L.C. Barroso, P.C. Beggio, J.A. Chinellato, A.O. Carvalho, A. Mariano, R. Oliveira, E.H. Shibuya, in this issue of XIV ISVHECRI]. Moreover, the lateral distribution in the halo region is similar to that observed in other 3 halo events. © 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.|
|Citation:||Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements. , v. 175-176, n. SUPPL.: COMPLETE, p. 182 - 185, 2008.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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