Muon Flux Count from St. Croix, U.S.V.I from 072210 to 072510

This is a combined graph that includes most of the time during the 4 day period. The counts are averaged for intervals of 60 minutes each. During the 3 time periods, the muon flux count averages were 1.0794 cpm, 1.0899 cpm, 1.1290 cpm and 1.0635. There was a visible sunspot making its way across the lower half of the solar sphere during the 4 days. The center of the Milky Way was at its highest angle at around midnight AST. The first graph combines the 4 time periods which are given individually below. The title on the combined graph is not correct. The coincidence detector was pointed straight up at a 180 degree angle. Compare this graph to the others that are posted on this website. There is no discrepancy on the time data on the graphs. The individual graphs start 1 hour later on GMT because it is the average for the previous hour. See if you can find any correlations between the muon flux count and other data. If you do, let me know and send email to me at