Latest results from the AMS experiment on the International Space Station by Prof. Samuel Ting (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
Thursday 24 May | 16:30 – 18:30
CERN Main Auditorium (500-1-001)
In seven years on the Space Station, AMS has collected more than 115 billion charged cosmic rays with energies up to multi TeV. The measured positron spectra agrees well with dark matter models. The energy dependence of elementary particles (electrons, positrons, protons and antiprotons), as well as the rigidity dependence of primary cosmic rays and secondary cosmic rays, are unique and distinct. These results require a new understanding of the cosmos.
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