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|1||High Resolution Fly's Eye Cosmic Ray Detector||27|
|2||Extreme Universe Space Observatory||20|
|3||CERN Axion Solar Telescope||16|
|5||Akeno Giant Air Shower Array||15|
|7||Chicago Air Shower Array||7|
|8||Haverah Park experiment||6|
|9||Cherenkov Array at Themis||less than 5 views|
|10||Telescope Array Project||less than 5 views|
High energy particle telescopes detect high energy sub-atomic particles coming from space.
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