""The ARGO-YBJ experiment is an Extensive Air Shower (EAS) array which combines. high altitude location and full coverage active area in order to reach low energy threshold. at a level of few hundred of GeV. The large field of view (≈ 2 sr) and the high duty cycle. (≥ 90%) allow the continuous monitoring of the sky searching for unknown sources and. unpredictable events, such as flares in blazar emissions and high energy Gamma-Ray. Bursts (GRBs). In this paper I will briefly report on the detector performance and on. some preliminary results achieved in γ-ray astronomy.""

Aielli, G., Bacci, C., Bartoli, B., Bernardini, P., Bi, X.j., Bleve, C., et al. (2011). THE ARGO-YBJ EXPERIMENT: A FULL COVERAGE ARRAY FOR γ-RAY ASTRONOMY. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS D, 20(10) [10.1142/S0218271811020093].

THE ARGO-YBJ EXPERIMENT: A FULL COVERAGE ARRAY FOR γ-RAY ASTRONOMY

BUSSINO, Severino Angelo Maria;DE VINCENZI, Mario;MARI, Stefano Maria;Montini P;Ruggieri F;
2011

Abstract

""The ARGO-YBJ experiment is an Extensive Air Shower (EAS) array which combines. high altitude location and full coverage active area in order to reach low energy threshold. at a level of few hundred of GeV. The large field of view (≈ 2 sr) and the high duty cycle. (≥ 90%) allow the continuous monitoring of the sky searching for unknown sources and. unpredictable events, such as flares in blazar emissions and high energy Gamma-Ray. Bursts (GRBs). In this paper I will briefly report on the detector performance and on. some preliminary results achieved in γ-ray astronomy.""
Aielli, G., Bacci, C., Bartoli, B., Bernardini, P., Bi, X.j., Bleve, C., et al. (2011). THE ARGO-YBJ EXPERIMENT: A FULL COVERAGE ARRAY FOR γ-RAY ASTRONOMY. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS D, 20(10) [10.1142/S0218271811020093].
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