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Are high energy cosmic rays created in our backyard?

11 March 2016

Using precision measurements of LOFAR on radio emission from cosmic ray induced airshowers a group of researchers, among whom Gia Trinh and Olaf Scholten from KVI-CART, have contributed to solving the riddle of the source of high energy cosmic rays. This work has been published in Nature and a short summary has appeared on Science LinX and the University Newspaper.

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