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Transparency of magnetosphere for cosmic rays in last two millennia

Jul 15, 2021, 12:00 PM
1h 30m


Poster SH | Solar & Heliospheric Discussion


Daniel Gecášek (Technical University of Košice)


We present a simulation of magnetosphere transparency for cosmic rays in the last two millennia. Simulations were done in the COR system, in a module for cosmic rays trajectory evaluation in different models of geomagnetic fields for period 0 to 1900 CE. The COR system available at cor.crmodels.org is also briefly presented. The global and local trends for cut-off rigidities evolution in the last two millennia are analyzed. Consequences for radiocarbon dating are discussed.


cosmic rays; Earth's magnetic field; radiocarbon dating

Subcategory Theoretical Results

Primary author

Daniel Gecášek (Technical University of Košice)


Dr Pavol Bobík (Institute of Experimental Physics Slovak Academy of Sciences) Dr Genči Ján (Technical University of Košice)

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