New insights from cross-correlation studies between Solar activity and Cosmic-ray fluxes
June 29, 2021
March 18, 2022
The observed variability of the cosmic-ray intensity in the interplanetary space is driven by the evolution of the Sun’s magnetic activity over its 11-year quasiperiodical cycle. Investigating the relationship between solar activity indices and cosmic-ray intensity measurements is then essential for understanding the fundamental processes of particle transport in the heliosphere. Here we have performed a global characterization the solar modulation of cosmic rays over the solar activity cycle and for different energies of the cosmic particles. We present our cross-correlation studies using data from space experiments, neutron monitors and solar observatories collected over several solar cycles.
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