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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Atmospheric Radiation Monitor
Author: Leigui De Oliveira M.A.
Todero Peixoto C.J.
Leao M.S.A.B.
Lima R.M.
Lima E.F.
Luzio V.P.
Ribeiro N.T.S.
Barbosa A.F.
Lima H.P.
De Andrade Filho L.M.
Vilar A.B.
Kemp E.
Gonzales L.F.G.
Abstract: The Atmospheric Radiation Monitor (MonRAt) is a compact experiment aiming to measure the fluorescence radiation in the atmosphere initiated by cosmic rays with energies between 100 PeV and 100 EeV. It is composite by a mirror focusing on a multianodic photomultiplier with an ultraviolet filter - selecting photons with wavelengths between 300 and 450 nm - And the data acquisition boards. The monitor is intended to contribute in problems such as the study of fluorescence radiation yield in the atmosphere parameterized with atmospheric conditions.
Editor: University of Lodz
Citation: 31st International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2009. University Of Lodz, v. , n. , p. - , 2009.
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2009
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