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Lecture Notes on High Energy Cosmic Rays

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Lecture Notes on High Energy Cosmic Rays
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 82

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I give a concise introduction into high energy cosmic ray physics, including also few related aspects of high energy gamma-ray and neutrino astrophysics. The main emphasis is placed on astrophysical questions, and the level of the presentation is kept basic.

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