The Azimuthal Asymmetry of the Cosmic Radiation

The Azimuthal Asymmetry of the Cosmic Radiation Prompt publication of brief reports of important twentieth of the preceding month; for the second is- discoveries in physics may be secured by addressing sue, thefifth of the month. The Board of Editors does them to this department. Closing dates for this not hold itself responsible for the opinions ex- department are, for the first issue of the month, the pressed by the correspondents. The theory of the motion of electrically charged particles predicts that rays from infinity of energy V volts will in the magnetic field of the earth has been developed by strike the surface of the earth at latitude X only from those Stbrmerl to account for auroral phenomena, and by angles 0 from the meridian plane for which Lemaitre and Vallarta2 to explain the latitudinal varia- tion3' of the intensity of the cosmic radiation. The theory sin O>k2 cos X/R2-2k/R cos X (1) TABLE I. Total Probable Angle time Total Counting Number Probable error from from T counts rate of data error from number of West-East vert. (min.) C C/T n residuals counts difference Set A 350 East 698 5195 7.44 14 0.063 0.069 0.47±0.097 Run 1 West 922 7299 7.91 14 0.059 0.063 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review American Physical Society (APS)

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American Physical Society (APS)
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Copyright © 1933 The American Physical Society
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1536-6065
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10.1103/PhysRev.43.834
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Prompt publication of brief reports of important twentieth of the preceding month; for the second is- discoveries in physics may be secured by addressing sue, thefifth of the month. The Board of Editors does them to this department. Closing dates for this not hold itself responsible for the opinions ex- department are, for the first issue of the month, the pressed by the correspondents. The theory of the motion of electrically charged particles predicts that rays from infinity of energy V volts will in the magnetic field of the earth has been developed by strike the surface of the earth at latitude X only from those Stbrmerl to account for auroral phenomena, and by angles 0 from the meridian plane for which Lemaitre and Vallarta2 to explain the latitudinal varia- tion3' of the intensity of the cosmic radiation. The theory sin O>k2 cos X/R2-2k/R cos X (1) TABLE I. Total Probable Angle time Total Counting Number Probable error from from T counts rate of data error from number of West-East vert. (min.) C C/T n residuals counts difference Set A 350 East 698 5195 7.44 14 0.063 0.069 0.47±0.097 Run 1 West 922 7299 7.91 14 0.059 0.063

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Physical ReviewAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: May 15, 1933

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