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Title: On the non-acceleration origin of the highest energy cosmic rays
Authors: Sivaram, C
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: University of Calgary
Citation: D. A. Leahy, R. B. Hickws, and D. Venkatesan., eds., 23rd International Cosmic Ray Conference, Vol. 2, held 19 - 30 July, 1993 at University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Series/Report no.: International Cosmic Ray Conference; Vol. 2
Abstract: The Hawking radiation from primordial black holes in their near terminal stages of evaporation can produce ultra high energy (UHE) particles spontaneously. The contribution from such objects to the highest energy cosmic rays observed is estimated. Comparison is made with the UHE particle production from cosmic topological defects such as strings and monopoles.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/4230
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