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A New Determination of Muon Directional Coupling Coefficients

  • D. J. Cooke (a1) and A. G. Fenton (a1)

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Primary cosmic rays passing through the solar system carry with them valuable information about solar and astrophysical phenomena in the form of intensity and spectral variations. In order that this information be efficiently extracted from observations of the directional cosmic-ray flux at the surface of the Earth, it is essential to have accurate information available to enable the relating of the observed secondary cosmic-ray directions of motion and intensity to those outside the range of the disturbing terrestrial influences.

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3 Fenton, K. B., PhD thesis, University of Tasmania (1952).
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5 Ormes, J. F. and Webber, W. R., Proc. of the 9th Int. Conf. on Cosmic Rays 1, 349 (1965).

A New Determination of Muon Directional Coupling Coefficients

  • D. J. Cooke (a1) and A. G. Fenton (a1)

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