Intensity measurements of the global cosmic ray flux and of local radiation background
One minute resolution time series of the pulse counting rate of separate neutron counters in Tien Shan 18NM64 neutron supermonitor which have been registered during the last few days.
Cosmic Ray Intensity Variations
Precision data on intensity of the high energy cosmic ray hadronic component
(>109 eV) obtained in continuous long-term measurements
at the neutron monitor sites of Tien Shan Mountain Station (3340 m above sea level),
Intermediate Cosmic Ray Station (1750 m a.s.l.),
Kazakh National University (850 m a.s.l),
and by Underground neutron monitor of Tien Shan station
(3340 m a.s.l. + 2000 g/cm2 depth of rock soil).
Monitoring data on the intensity of low-energy neutron background at Tien Shan Mountain Station in the energy range of 10-2 - 106 eV.
of the low energy neutron background measurements made at Tien Shan station in various time epochs.
Neutron intensity measurements at the 3500 m a.s.l. elevated detector point:
of the 30 - 3000 keV gamma-radiation background made at the Tien Shan Mountain Station.
of barometric pressure and air temperature
in the vicinity of the neutron detector disposition points.
Tien Shan Weather Station
On-line measurements of the atmospheric pressure, temperature, relative humidity and other environmental parameters at the level of Tien Shan mountain station.
Averaged data on the pressure, temperature, etc calculated for the moments of 3,9,15,21 hours of LOCAL time.
Extensive Air Showers
Basic characteristics of the detected extensive air showers (EAS):
the axis position&direction, the total number of charged particles (shower size),
and the "age" parameter
which have been obtained through approximation of the detected spatial distributions
of shower particles density by a set of Nishimura-Kamata-Greisen functions.
Spectra & Intensities
Time histories of the counting rate intensity and the amplitude spectra
of background scintillations written for all particle detectors of Tien Shan shower system.
Statistics data on the EAS trigger events.
The "THUNDERSTORM" Experiment
The local electric field strength records written at the level of Tien Shan mountain station with the time resolution of 1-10 s:
Intensity measurements of atmospheric luminescence in the near infrared and ultraviolet diapasons during the dark time of the days:
Time series of the night time luminescence intensity measured with periodicity of about 190/100/20/10 us, and synchronized with the lightning trigger events.
Time series of signal intensity in temporal vicinity of atmospheric electric discharges written in thunderclouds with temporal resolution of 20/160/200 microsecond:
2012 (pdf) ;
2011 (pdf) ;
The "THUNDERSTORM" Experiment: Electrons & Gammas
The catalog of the thunderstorm ground enhancement (TGE) type events observed in thunderclouds
in the years of 2015-2018 at the distant high altitude detector point.
Gamma-detectors of the distant high altitude detector point ("TOURIST" system, 3800 m a.s.l.):
and corresponding high-resolution
time series) ;
Gamma-detectors at the Tien Shan station level:
Gamma-detectors of the system "PUP"(3500 m a.s.l.):
Electron component accordingly to the large-sized plastic scintillators data:
Electrons & gamma-radiation data from the ionization counter measurements
Low-frequency electromagnetic radiations
One second resolution records of daily intensity of the short-time pulse signals
of ionospheric origin ("atmospherics") in the VLF (1-20 kHz) frequency range.
High resolution oscillogram
samples of the VLF radiation pulses.
Continuous monitoring record from a receiver of electromagnetic field oscillations
in the ELF/SLF (0.1-100 Hz) frequency range
with the time resolution of 0.0125 s:
Average signal level at the ELF/SLF receiver's output:
Daily plots of ELF/SLF signal
Mean Signal Level
The average intensity of acoustic noise at the 50 m and 100 m
(since 2019) depth level under the soil surface of the Tien Shan mountain station.
Continuous 2 ms resolution time series of the intensity of acoustic signal in the vicinity of its temporal increase.
Monitoring data of the intensity of pulse signals from a neutron counter
installed in a bore hole 60 m below the earth surface;
the measurements of the counting rate made with 10 s time resolution.