STUDY OF LONG -TERM VARIATION OF COSMIC RAY INTENSITY WITH INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD (IMF)

  • S. G. Singh Department of physics Govt. P.G. Science college Rewa (M.P) India
  • A. K. Saxena Department of Physics, A.P.S.U. Rewa (M.P) India
  • Ashok Vishwakarma Department of Physics, A.P.S.U. Rewa (M.P) India
  • K. L. Jaiswal Department of physics Govt. P.G. Science college Rewa (M.P) India

Abstract

In present work deals the associations of interplanetary magnetic field (B) with annual mean of cosmic ray intensity for the climax (R 3.00 GV) neutron monitor, in a long period, during 1986 to 2009, which cover solar cycle 22 & 23. It is found that the value of interplanetary magnetic field shows the decreasing trend with cosmic ray intensity (CRI) & also found that, the correlation coefficient is higher during solar cycle 22 comparison to solar cycle 23. During the minimum phase of solar cycle, interplanetary magnetic field is higher & show controversial results for previous solar cycle.

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Published
2012-10-30
How to Cite
Singh, S. G., Saxena, A. K., Vishwakarma, A., & Jaiswal, K. L. (2012). STUDY OF LONG -TERM VARIATION OF COSMIC RAY INTENSITY WITH INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD (IMF). European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 8(23). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2012.v8n23p%p