Solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays with the ARINA and PAMELA spectrometers. Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics Volume 77, Issue 5, May 2013, Pages 517-519

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Контактные данные автора публикации Bzheumikhova, M.A., Koldashov, S.V., Losev, D.S., Mayorov, A.G., Mikhailov, V.V., Sidorov, A.V., Ulitin, A.A. National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI)
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Solar modulation of the proton flux in Galactic space radiation during the period from the end of the 23rd to the beginning of 24th cycle of solar activity is investigated using data from the PAMELA magnetic spectrometer and ARINA scintillation spectrometer. The time dependence of proton intensity is plotted, and shows typical features in a form of rises and falls against a main trend. In order to explain these, the correlation between variations in the Galactic proton flux and solar/interplanetary parameters is investigated. © 2013 Allerton Press, Inc.
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Galactic cosmic rays; Magnetic spectrometers; Proton flux; Solar activity; Solar modulation; Space radiations; Time dependence
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