Horizon-T is an innovative detector system constructed to study
Extensive Air Showers (EAS) in the energy range above 1016 eV
coming from a wide range of zenith angles
(0°-85°). The system is located at the
Tien Shan High-altitude Science Station of the Lebedev Physical
Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences at ˜ 3340 meters
above sea level. It consists of eight charged particle detection points
separated by distances up to one kilometer as well as an optical
detector subsystem to measure the Vavilov-Cherenkov light from the EAS.
The time resolution of charged particles and Vavilov-Cherenkov light
photons passage of the detector system is a few ns. This level of
resolution allows conducting a research of the atmospheric development
of individual EAS. This report focuses on a general description of the
detector system and the individual sub-systems providing an overview of
the operations and latest results.