International Journal of Physics and Applications

International Journal of Physics and Applications

Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A (2020)

Association of solar flux (2800 MHz) & cosmic ray intensity for solar cycle 22 and 23

Author(s):

SG Singh, Subhash Chandra Chaturvedi, NK Patel, Neelam Singh

Abstract:
The variation of galactic cosmic rays in the heliosphere in correlation with the solar activity presents a high scientific interest for several aspects. The possibility of studying the energy charge (& mass), spatial & temporal distribution of cosmic rays in the interstellar space, in the vicinity of the solar system, can provide a better understanding of astrophysical mechanism like, for instance, the acceleration of charged particles in a shocked plasma. Galactic cosmic rays in turn can be used as a unique tool for deeply understanding the characteristics & the dynamics of the heliosphere. So it is necessary & significant to investigate the role of various solar parameters in the variation of galactic cosmic rays. Solar radio flux is the energy emitted by the sun with a slowly varying intensity. The amount of this energy is high in the corona & it changes gradually day to day in response to the numbers of spot groups on the solar disk.

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How to cite this article:
SG Singh, Subhash Chandra Chaturvedi, NK Patel, Neelam Singh. Association of solar flux (2800 MHz) & cosmic ray intensity for solar cycle 22 and 23. Int. J. Phys. Appl. 2020;2(2):01-02.