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From: Performance of the SciBar cosmic ray telescope (SciCRT) toward the detection of high-energy solar neutrons in solar cycle 24

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Schematic view of the SciCRT (KEK/High Energy Accelerator Organization 2003). The SciCRT is composed of 14,848 scintillator bars, whose dimensions are 300 cm × 2.5 cm × 1.3 cm. Each layer is made of two planes with 116 scintillator bars orthogonally attached; there are in total 64 layers. Scintillation photons generated by cosmic ray signal go through wavelength-shifting fibers (Kuraray Y11(200)MS) and are read out by using the 64-channel multianode PMTs (HAMAMATSU H8804).

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