Designing Proton and Electron Detector for Monitoring Solar Cosmic Rays


The project of the compact space detector for measuring proton (10–100 MeV) and electron (to 10 MeV) energy spectra in solar cosmic rays is presented. The detector can operate in two modes: differential (each event is reconstructed) and integral (only energy spectrum and radiation composition are reconstructed at a high loading).

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Russian Text © M.E. Zelenyi, E.M. Stadnichuk, A.A. Nozik, I.V. Zimovec, A.G. Kudinov, I.K. Reznikov, 2019, published in Kratkie Soobshcheniya po Fizike, 2019, Vol. 46, No. 1, pp. 3–7.

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Zelenyi, M.E., Stadnichuk, E.M., Nozik, A.A. et al. Designing Proton and Electron Detector for Monitoring Solar Cosmic Rays. Bull. Lebedev Phys. Inst. 46, 23–25 (2019).

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  • elementary particle detector
  • solar cosmic rays
  • mathematical statistics
  • data analysis
  • computer simulation