Data Base of Swarthmore/Newark Neutron Monitor
Swarthmore/Newark Neutron Monitor was situated in Newark
It was a project of The Bartol Research Institute, USA
Altitude: 80 m
Rigidity (1965): 1.92 GV
Standard atmoshperic pressure: 1013 mb
Barometric coefficient (2004): -0.75 %/mb
SF=100 (The mean count is around 369200/hour or 6150/min,)
Prof. John W Bieber
Bartol Research Institute
217 Sharp Lab
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716 U.S.A.
Tel: 302-831-2240, Prof. John W. Bieber
E-mail Prof. John W. Bieber
Tel: 302-831-2988 , Prof. Paul Evenson
E-mail Prof. Paul Evenson
Tel: 302-831-8117 , K. Roger Pyle
E-mail K. Roger Pyle
Database contents of Swarthmore/Newark neutron monitor data worked from 1964 (9NM64).
The interval of accumulation: hourly from 1964; besides, 1-minute data from 1968.
(Swarthmore was removed to Newark (1978), 9NM64
Altitude 50 M
Geographic Coordinates 39.70N -75.70W
Rc(1965)= 2.09 GV;
Pressure Coefficient= -0.735 %/mb
Corrected to 1013.3 mb Standard Pressure)
An interactive access is possible to this database and FTP
Interactive access Data in this regime are
available in graphical and in digital presentation as well. All
graphical plots are given relative to February 1987.
Access by FTP
One-minute data are in directory ftp_NM1, hourly data in
directory ftp_NM. Ground Level Enhancement (GLE) data are in the
GLE directory. One-type data are presented in their own Format:
hourly data in format C, 1-minute data in W format, and GLE data
in GLE format.
There are three types of 1-minute data: neutron
monitor data corrected for atmospheric pressure (C), atmospheric
pressure (P), and neutron monitor data uncorrected for atmospheric
Hourly data are presented uncorrected
(U) and corrected for atmospheric pressure (P).
Pressure corrected hourly data are kept as original (O)
and corrected (C).