Advances in High Energy Physics / 2013 / Article / Fig 5

Research Article

Cosmic Muon Detection for Geophysical Applications

Figure 5

Measurements taken at Kőbánya at different places of the artificial tunnel. Upper row: Detector was exactly under the axis of the blow hole (a), tilted detector at the same position (b), next to the wall of the tunnel (c), and the shifted detector position (d). Solid red lines are for the rock's length to the given direction in angles; shading is for the muon distribution after geometrical correction.
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