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Re: Question Isotropic flux with Planetocosmics: GPS comands not working properly (Michael Milde)
Re: None Re: Isotropic flux with Planetocosmics: GPS comands not working properly (Svetlana Shasharina)
Re: Question Re: Isotropic flux with Planetocosmics: GPS comands not working properly (Michael Milde)
Date: 12 Jul, 2016
From: Svetlana Shasharina <Svetlana Shasharina>

Hi Michael,
I used these commands in GRAS.
Best,
Sveta

On 7/12/16 7:17 AM, Michael Milde wrote:
>
> *** Discussion title: Space Applications
>
> Hi Svetlana,
>
> thank you for your answer! Yes, I am sure that the Earth is placed in
> the same centre. This is shown by the fact that the source surface is
> indeed placed correctly around the Earth (with the centre coordinates
> 0,0,0). Did you use the commands also in Planetocosmics or only directly
> in Geant4? Something wrong must happen when the direction of the cos
> modulated sources is set by Planetocosmics/Geant4.
>
> Best regards, Michael
>
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