Status of the world-wide network of solar neutron telescopes in solar cycle 24

Y. Matsubara, Y. Muraki, T. Sako, Y. Itow, T. Sakai, S. Shibata, T. Yuda, M. Ohnishi, H. Tsuchiya, Y. Katayose, K. Namikawa, R. Ogasawara, Y. Mizumoto, F. Kakimoto, Y. Tsunesada, K. Watanabe, E. Flückiger, R. Bütikofer, A. Chilingarian, G. HovsepyanY. Tan, J. L. Zhang, R. Ticona, W. Tavera, P. Miranda, J. Valdes-Galicia, L. X. Gonzalez, A. Hurtado, O. Musalem

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A network of solar neutron telescopes has been developed since the middle of solar cycle 22. We have detected several important solar neutron events until the end of solar cycle 23 using solar neutron telescopes, but the accumulation of more solar neutron events is indispensable to eclucidate the acceleration mechanism of high energy particles. The data of the solar magnetic field with a space resolution of 0.3 arcsec obtained by Hinode satellite will be useful to understand solar neutron events more efficiently than during the previous solar cycles. In this paper we discuss the expected scientific results obtained by the world-wide network of solar neutron telescopes during solar cycle 24.

Idioma originalInglés
EstadoPublicada - 2009
Evento31st International Cosmic Ray Conference, ICRC 2009 - Lodz, Polonia
Duración: 7 jul. 200915 jul. 2009

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Conferencia31st International Cosmic Ray Conference, ICRC 2009
País/TerritorioPolonia
CiudadLodz
Período7/07/0915/07/09

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