CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 29, No.: 2, year: 1999

Abstract: Results of the statistical study of gamma ray fluxes in the energy channels 0.12-0.32, 3.0-8.3 MeV, measured by the instrument SONG on board the low altitude high inclination satellite CORONAS-I, are presented. The geographic maps based on sets of data in March - June 1994 are constructed and the latitudinal distribution (i.e. the variation of average fluxes with vertical cut-off rigidity) for higher energies is given. The irregular spatial structures of gamma ray flux increases in the subauroral zone and at lower latitudes are discussed.

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