BEXCO - Room F(201/202/203/204)
[CRD041] The cosmic ray electron and positron anisotropy study with the PAMELA calorimeter
The 10 years of measurements with the PAMELA calorimeter and neutron detector were used to probe the dipole anisotropy within the selected events. These events contain mostly electrons and positron with the partial contamination of nuclei of about a few tens of percent. The electron and positron energy ranged between 10 GeV and 1 TeV. The preliminary results are presented. They complement the previous results of AMS-02 and FERMI for anisotropies in the arrival direction of cosmic ray electrons and positrons.