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Measurements of R , sphericity and thrust are presented for c.m. energies between 12 and 31.6 GeV. A possible contribution of a t continuum can be ruled out for c.m. energies between 16 and 31 GeV.
The variety of isotopes in cosmic rays allows us to study different aspects of the processes that cosmic rays undergo between the time they are produced and the time of their arrival in the heliosphere. In this paper we present measurements of the isotopic ratios 2H/4He, 3He/4He, 6Li/7Li, 7Be/(9Be+10Be) and 10B/11B in the range 0.2-1.4 GeV of kinetic energy per nucleon. The measurements are based on the data collected by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, AMS-01, during the STS-91 flight in 1998 June.
A measurement of the cosmic ray positron fraction $e^{+}/(e^{+}+e^{−})$ in the energy range of 1–30 GeV is presented. The measurement is based on data taken by the AMS-01 experiment during its 10 day Space Shuttle flight in June 1998. A proton background suppression on the order of 10$^{6}$ is reached by identifying converted bremsstrahlung photons emitted from positrons.
The proton spectrum in the kinetic energy range 0.1 to 200 GeV was measured by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) during space shuttle flight STS-91 at an altitude of 380km. Above the geomagnetic cutoff the observed spectrum is parameterized by a power law. Below the geomagnetic cutoff a substantial second spectrum was observed concentrated at equatorial latitudes with a flux ~70m2s1sr1. Most of these second spectrum protons follow a complicated trajectory and originate from a restricted geographic region.
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