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2020

  1. “Cosmic Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory”,
    P. Homola, et al. (CREDO Collab.), 2020
    [arXiv:2010.08351, DOI: 10.20944/preprints202010.0298.v2].
  2. “The first CREDO registration of extensive air shower”,
    M. KarbowiakT. Wibig, et al. (CREDO Collab.), Physics Education, Volume 55, Number 5, July 2020
    [arXiv:, DOI: 10.1088/1361-6552/ab9dbc].
  3. “Search for ultra-high energy photons through preshower effect with gamma-ray telescopes: Study of CTA-North efficiency”,
    K. A. Cheminant, et al. (CREDO Collab.), Astroparticle Physics, Volume 123, 102489, December 2020.

    [arXiv:2007.11105, DOI: 10.1016/j.astropartphys.2020.102489].


2019

  1. “CREDO Project”,
    R. Kamiński , T. Wibig, et al. (CREDO Collab.), Acta Phys. Pol. B 50, 2001 (2019)
    [arXiv: 2009.12314 , DOI:10.5506/AphysPolB.50.2001].
  2. “Recognition and classification of the cosmic-ray events in images captured by CMOS/CCD cameras”,
    M. Niedźwiecki, et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2019) 367, 2019.
    [arXiv:1909.01929, DOI: pos.sissa.it/358/367].
  3. “A communication solution for portable detectors of the “Cosmic Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory”,
    K. Smelcerz, et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2019) 428, 2019.
    [arXiv:1908.11288, DOI: pos.sissa.it/358/428/].
  4. “Public engagement as a scientific tool to implement multi-messenger strategies with the Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory “,
    P. Homola, et al. (CREDO Collab.),  PoS (Asterics2019) 034, 2019.

    [arXiv:1908.09734, DOI: pos.sissa.it/357/034/].
  5. “Search for ultra-high energy photons: observing the preshower effect with gamma-ray telescopes “,
    K. A. Cheminant, et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2019) 688, 2019.

    [arXiv:1908.08805, DOI: pos.sissa.it/358/688/].
  6. “Cosmic ray ensembles from ultra-high energy photons propagating in the galactic and intergalactic space “,
    N. Dhital, et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2019) 239, 2019.

    [arXiv:1908.04600, DOI: pos.sissa.it/358/239/].
  7. “Cosmic Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory: Status and perspectives of a global cosmic ray detection framework”,
    D. Gora, et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2019) 272, 2019.

    [arXiv:1908.04139, DOI: pos.sissa.it/358/272/].

2018

  1. “Cosmic ray ensembles as signatures of ultra-high energy photons interacting with the solar magnetic field”,
    N. Dhital, et al. (CREDO Collab.), 2018.

    [arXiv:1811.10334, DOI:].
  2. “Detection of Cosmic-Ray Ensembles with CREDO”,
    K. W. Woźniak (CREDO Collaboration) proceedings of the ISVHECRI 2018 conference
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    [arXiv:1811.10248, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/201920815006] .
  3. “Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory: status and perspectives”,
    D. Góra, et al. (CREDO Collab.), Universe 2018,4(11) 111, 2018.

    [arXiv:1810.10410, DOI: 10.3390/universe4110111].
  4. “Cosmic Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory: a global network of detectors to probe contemporary physics mysteries”,
    K. A. Cheminant, et al. (CREDO Collab.), Acta Physica Polonica B Proceedings Supplement , Vol. 11 No. 3 (2018), p.489, 2018.

    [arXiv:1810.06953, DOI: 10.5506/APhysPolBSupp.11.489].
  5. “Search for Extensive Photon Cascades with the Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory” ,
    P. Homola, et al. (CREDO Collab.), CERN Proceedings, 1 (2018) 289, 2018.

    [arXiv:1804.05614 , DOI: 10.23727/CERN-Proceedings-2018-001.289].

2017

  1. “Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory: a global cosmic ray detection framework”,
    O. Sushchov, et al. (CREDO Collab.), Advances in Astronomy and Space Physics, Volume 7, Issue 1-2, PP. 23-29 , 2017.

    [arXiv:1709.05230v2, DOI: 10.17721/2227-1481.7.23-29].
  2. “Search for electromagnetic super-preshowers using gamma-ray telescopes”,
    K. A. Cheminant et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2017) 860, 2017.

    [arXiv:1709.05180, DOI: 10.22323/1.301.0860]. 
  3. We are all the Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory”,
    N. Dhital, et al. (CREDO Collab.), PoS (ICRC2017) 1078, 2017.

    [arXiv:1709.05196, DOI: 10.22323/1.301.1078].