The Cosmic Ray Monitoring Station recorded data for another day. Again, data was collected for 10 seconds every 10 seconds for 24 hours. As the chart below shows, the average background count and standard deviation remained the same as yesterday (at 3.77 counts per 10 seconds per square inch for the mean and 2.23 for the standard deviation). Also like yesterday, there were five strikes generating counts in excess of five standard deviations above the mean background level. However, the single largest strike only generated 14.67 counts per 10 seconds per square inch as opposed to 18.67 counts per 10 seconds per square inch for yesterday's data.
The Cosmic Ray Monitoring Station is collecting for tomorrow's analysis.