CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 40, No.: 3, year: 2010

Abstract: We present basic facts about the CZELTA detector of secondary cosmic rays showers. This detector is located on the roof of the building of the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Šafárik University in Košice. It consists of three scintillation detectors which simultaneously detect secondary cosmic rays showers. The system has fully operated since October 2010 and provides data to the central server. The detector is a great improvement of the technical infrastructure of cosmic research at the Šafárik University. It allows us to study high energy particles as well as to involve students into cosmic physics research and give them opportunity to work with original data.

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