Prof. Shuwang Cui (Hebei Normal University, China)
The PRISMA project developed for cosmic ray study above 30 TeV is now realized as 2 prototypes at different altitudes. Special en-detectors are used for both electron and neutron components recording. An array of 4 such detectors is running in Yang Ba Jing (Tibet, China) at altitude 4300 m a. s. l. since January 2013. To be sure that thermal neutron background is stable we also study its variations. Here we present the results of this study, namely seasonal thermal neutron flux variations at high altitude.
|Registration number following "ICRC2015-I/"||1185|
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Xinhua Ma (IHEP)