Possible solar neutron events recorded by the ground-based neutron monitor
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Possible solar neutron emission associated with five SMM gamma-ray events on 7 June 1980, 21 June 1980, 6 November 1980, 26 November 1982 and 25 April 1984 was found from analysis of 10-minute records of the ground-based neutron monitor at Tokyo. Of these the two events on 21 June 1980 and 25 April 1984 have been already known as neutron events. The time histories of the neutron monitor count rate are compared with those of the gamma-ray count rate and the possibility of energetic neutron emission at the flare site is discussed.
KeywordsFlare Time History Count Rate Neutron Monitor Neutron Emission
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- Hua, X-M., and Lingenfelter, R. E., 1987, Astrophys. J. in press.Google Scholar