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Title: Progress report on the intercalibration of the world's neutron monitors
Authors: H. Kruger
H. Moraal
D. Ruffolo
A. Saiz
T. Nutaro
N. Kamyan
W. Nuntiyakul
B. Heber
C. Steigies
North-West University
Mahidol University
South Carolina Commission on Higher Education
Ubon Rajathanee University
Christian-Albrechts-Universitat zu Kiel
Keywords: Physics and Astronomy
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2011
Citation: Proceedings of the 32nd International Cosmic Ray Conference, ICRC 2011. Vol.11, (2011), 451-454
Abstract: Two calibration neutron monitors were designed for calibrating the ∼ 40 stationary neutron monitors around the world in order to obtain rigidity spectra. One calibrator was sent to Kiel (P c = 2.36 GV), Germany, and later to Doi Inthanon (P c = 16.8 GV), Thailand. The other calibrator was transported to Antarctica to calibrate the NM64 and NMD at SANAE (P c = 0.73 GV). Both calibrators were calibrated against each other and the IGY in Potchefstroom (P c = 6.94 GV), South Africa. Initial results on the intercalibration of these four stationary neutron monitors are reported.
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