The homestake scintillation detectors: A status report
We describe the 140 ton, 1200 m2sr Large-Area Scintillation Detector located underground at a depth of 4850 ft and the 0.8 km2 surface air shower array at the Homestake Mine. Half of the underground detector is currently operating. We discuss its performance and describe the monopole sensitivity of the LASD and the ability of the surface-underground telescope to detect cosmic point sources. © 1986 Marzo-Aprile.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Il Nuovo Cimento C
Cherry, M., Corbato, S., Daily, T., Kieda, D., Lande, K., & Lee, C. (1986). The homestake scintillation detectors: A status report. Il Nuovo Cimento C, 9 (2), 210-221. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02514843