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2 days ago
South Pole Neutron Monitor Real-Time Data

Solar flare pushes back on cosmic ray levels

Downloaded automatically from station, standard normalization factors applied, standard pressure correction applied. No quality control has been performed.

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1 week ago
Scientists create first laboratory generation of astrophysical shock waves

Throughout the universe, supersonic shock waves propel cosmic rays and supernova particles to velocities near the speed of light. The most high-energy of these astrophysical shocks occur too far ... See more

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1 week ago
Cosmic rays database

CRDB, Cosmic Ray data, database PAMELA, AMS, BESS, HEAO, CREAM, B/C cosmic ray flux_tabes secondary to primary ratio, p flux_tab, He flux_tab, protons, helium, positron fraction

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1 week ago
Cosmic Ray Astronomy | Cosmic Rays and the detection of energetic particles.

As a member of The Planetary Society I just secured the http://cosmicrayau.space domain for only $5, sadly other more direct versions have been bought and parked 🙁

This website is for students, amateur astrophysics enthusiasts, citizen scientists and astronomers interested in the study of

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2 weeks ago
Cosmic array installation Elder Park - September 2 and 3

Cosmic Array
Open from 11am to 11pm
Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd Septmber.
FREE EVENT.

Join us for a day and evening experience of an array 16 individual cosmic ray detectors on the Elder Park ... See more

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3 weeks ago
SBND's cosmic ray tagger begins taking data

The cosmic ray tagger is the first of SBND's subdetectors to be completed and operational.

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3 weeks ago
Tuopeek

The first ever Cosmic Ray experiment.
In 1901 CTR Wilson (inventor of the “Cloud Chamber” and Nobel Prize winner in Physics) carried out an experiment in this long railway tunnel to check for ... See more

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1 month ago
Twenty IoT Builds That Just Won $1000 in the Hackaday Prize

Well, I've now also won the IoT section of the #Hackadayprize 2017 for my project. #cosmicrays

Today we’re excited to announce the winners of the Internet of Useful Things phase of The Hackaday Prize. The future will be connected, and this is a challenge to build devices connected to the ... See more

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1 month ago
Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech

I'd so like to build a citizen science neutrino detector, this maybe the way to go. http://cnp.phys.vt.edu/chandler/

Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech

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1 month ago
Hackaday Prize Entry : Cosmic Particle Detector Is Citizen Science Disguised As Art

Got a mention on the Hackaday blog, the journalist has done a good job of reinterpreting the information about my project.

Thanks to CERN and their work in detecting the Higgs Boson using the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), there has been a surge of interest among many to learn more about the basic building blocks of the ... See more

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