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Ground Level Neutron Monitor
STATUS
PI Instrument And Archive
AVAILABILITY
Ground level enhancement events from solar particles and count rates of secondary neutrons from Galactic cosmic rays. Data from 1957-present.
REQUEST PROCEDURE
ftp, web, email access
Solar Instruments
Network of ground-level neutron monitors: Instruments located at South Pole and McMurdo (Antarctica), Thule (Greenland), Inuvik, Fort Smith, Peawanuck, Nain, and Goose Bay (Canada), and Newark, Delaware.
CONTACT
John W Bieber
Bartol Research Institute
University of Delaware Newark, DE 19716
302-831-2240
jwbieber@bartol.udel.edu
http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu
SPECIFICATIONS
Spectral Range1-100 GeV cosmic rays
Spectral Resolution
Spatial Coverage and Resolution
Temporal Resolution1 minute for recent data
Data Accuracy
Data Precision
Physical ObservablesCount rate of secondary neutrons from solar and Galactic cosmic rays
Derived Outputs
Concurrence Opportunities
Expected Lifetime
Location or Orbit
Capability Summary
Scheduling
Archival Data
Number of Users
Planned Upgrades
Sub-Instruments
Data Products
University FacilityYes
National Ground BasedNo
SatelliteNo
Virtual ArchiveYes
REMARKS
NSF has declined to renew funding for these instruments beyond 2007.
UPDATED ON
3 Sep 2009 13:47