CaLMa is being operated by the Space Research Group (SRG-UAH) of the University of Alcala (www.srg.uah.es) and is located in the Science and Technology Park of Guadalajara (Spain). The CaLMa detector is based on 15 counter tubes, filled with BF3 at a pressure of 200 mm Hg. Three of them are standard well-known BP28 Chalk River tubes from the Observatoire Midi Pyrénées and the others twelve are new one LND 2061 mode.
|Detector||Standard 15-NM64 neutron monitor|
|Geographic latitude||40° 33’ 33” N|
|Geographic longitude||3° 9’ 45” W|
|Altitude||708 m asl|
|Effective vertical cutoff rigidity (Epoch 2010.0)||6.95 GV|
|In continuous operation since||2012/07/11|
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- You agree to acknowledge providing of the data in any published use of the data.
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