A web application for monitoring cosmic rays and solar activity
D. Pelosi*, N. Tomassetti and M. Duranti
July 01, 2021
March 18, 2022
The flux of cosmic rays in the heliosphere is subjected to variations that are related to the Sun's magnetic activity. To study this effect, updated time series of multichannel observations are needed. Here we present a web application that collects real-time data on solar activity proxies, interplanetary plasma parameters, and charged cosmic-ray data. The data are automatically retrieved on daily basis from several space missions or observatories. With this application, the data can be visualized and downloaded into a common format. Along with observational data, the application aims to provide real-time calculations for the solar modulation of cosmic rays in the heliosphere.
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