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Question Angular distribution to different angles using GPS 

Forum: Particles
Date: 27 Oct, 2010
From: Manuel Castro Avila <Manuel Castro Avila>

Hi everyone,

I am doing a simulation applied to an astronomical case where an instrument is placed in environment spacial to some altitude into the atmosphere. During the observation, from different angles gamma-ray radiation arrive to the instrument, the intensity of radiation depend on the incident angle. The instrument is pointing to some place in the sky, called zenith, and the radiation intensity depend on the angle around the zenith. For instance, between 0 degrees to 65 degrees from the zenith, a radiation intensity is I_1, between 65 degrees to 95 degrees the radiation intensity is I_2 and so on until 180 degrees. The intensity is given for a power law that I know for each angle value.

I have tried to make a macro.mac to represent this angular distribution, but I don't know how to do it. Does anyone know how to do it??

I thank you the help,

Thanks,

Manuel

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