Characterization of plastic scintillator detectors for the next generation of the satellite experiment for the study of cosmic radiation.

Loporchio S., De La Torre Luque P., Di Venere L., Fusco P., Gargano F., Giordano F., Loparco, Mazziotta M. N., Serini D.

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In the next generation of satellites for the study of high-energy cosmic radiation, plastic scintillator detectors (PSD) will be segmented in tiles or bars and coupled to silicon photomultipliers (SiPM) as anticoincidence system for gamma-rays detection and for charged nuclei identification. Here we report on beam test campaigns performed at CERN PS and SPS with different beam composition and different tile-like geometries to study the scintillator response with a SiPM-based readout in order to reach the best performance of the detectors.

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