Large area scintillation muon hodoscope for monitoring of atmospheric and heliospheric processes
22 Sep 2011
Scientific and Educational Center NEVOD, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Moscow 115409, Russia
Abstract. A new muon hodoscope for investigations of the processes in heliosphere and terrestrial atmosphere by means of cosmic ray muons is described. The setup design is based on multi-layer assemblies of narrow long scintillation strips with WLS fiber readout. Features of the hodoscope design are described and results of tests of a full-scale prototype of the basic unit of the hodoscope detection system – the module – are discussed.
Citation: Ampilogov, N. V., Astapov, I. I., Barbashina, N. S., Borog, V. V., Chernov, D. V., Dmitrieva, A. N., Kompaniets, K. G., Petrukhin, A. A., Shutenko, V. V., Teregulov, A. I., and Yashin, I. I.: Large area scintillation muon hodoscope for monitoring of atmospheric and heliospheric processes, Astrophys. Space Sci. Trans., 7, 435-438, doi:10.5194/astra-7-435-2011, 2011.