Accounting for meteorological effects in the detector of the charged component of cosmic rays

Philippov, Maxim; Makhmutov, Vladimir; Bazilevskaya, Galina; Zagumennov, Fedor; Fomenko, Vladimir; Stozhkov, Yuri; Orlov, Andrey

In this paper, we discuss the influence of meteorological effects on the data of the ground installation CARPET, which is a detector of the charged component of secondary cosmic rays (CRs). This device is designed in the P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (LPI, Moscow, Russia) and installed at the Dolgoprudny scientific station (Dolgoprudny, Moscow region; 55.56inline-formula N, 37.3inline-formula E; geomagnetic cutoff rigidity (inline-formulaRcinline-formula= 2.12 GV) in 2017. Based on the data obtained in 2019–2020, the barometric and temperature correction coefficients for the CARPET installation were determined. The barometric coefficient was calculated from the data of the barometric pressure sensor included in the installation. To determine the temperature effect, we used the data of upper-air sounding of the atmosphere obtained by the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Central Aerological Observatory” (CAO), also located in Dolgoprudny. Upper-air sounds launch twice a day and can reach an altitude of more than 30 km.

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Philippov, Maxim / Makhmutov, Vladimir / Bazilevskaya, Galina / et al: Accounting for meteorological effects in the detector of the charged component of cosmic rays. 2021. Copernicus Publications.

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