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Forum: Space Applications
Date: 02 Jul, 2012
From: Mehmet <Mehmet>

Dear all,

It is probably a very simple question, but I could not figure it out although I have been searching for several hours. Basically, I would like to get the primary particle's (say proton) energy, generated using GPS, at the time of injection and print it out with the information of the secondary (say muon). I would appreciate if anyone could tell me how to do or at least direct me to location with example.

Thank you, Mehmet

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1 None: Re: How to get Primary Particle Energy ?   (John Allison - 02 Jul, 2012)
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