Doi Inthanon, Thailand
The Princess Sirindhorn Neutron Monitor is located at the top of Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain of Thailand. PSNM is operated by Mahidol University, Chulalongkorn University, and Ubon Rajathanee University.
|Detector||Standard 18-NM64 neutron monitor|
|(18 counters in a continuous row with no intervening reflector)|
|Geographic latitude||18.59° N|
|Geographic longitude||98.49° E|
|Altitude||2565 m asl|
|Effective vertical cutoff rigidity||16.8 GV|
Detailed station information
You are welcome to use data from the Princess Sirindhorn Neutron Monitor at Doi Inthanon, Thailand, under the following conditions.
Conditions for Use of Data
- You agree to acknowledge the Princess Sirindhorn Neutron Monitor Project in any published use of the data.
Example: “Neutron monitor data from Doi Inthanon were provided by courtesy of the Princess Sirindhorn Neutron Monitor Program.”
- You agree to send a copy of any publication or thesis using these data to:
Prof. David Ruffolo
Space Physics and Energetic Particles Group
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science
Bangkok, 10400, THAILAND
Scientific questions about the data may be addressed to Prof. Ruffolo.
- Commercial or industrial use of the data is prohibited without previous agreement with the PI of the station (see name and address above)
- You may share these data with colleagues, provided you inform them of these conditions.