What is cosmic ray?

What is cosmic ray

Cosmic rays are the tiny particles of tiny particles. All particles from the outside world enter the Earth’s atmosphere. It is an uninterrupted process of rain water harvesting. Cosmic rays contain 89 percent protons, 9 percent radiation, and 2 percent carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and iron heavy nucleus. These are the primary cosmic rays. They run around in the light of light.

When the particles of primary cosmic rays collide with the nucleus of various materials in the atmosphere, new particles are formed. The new particles are then called secondary cosmic rays. Secondary cosmic rays also run very fast. They collide with other atoms and again they create new particles. As a result of many clashes on the way, fewer particles of secondary cosmic rays can reach the surface of the Earth. Secondary cosmic rays are mainly pajitron, neutron, mesen, neutrinos etc. These particles are called primary or basic particles.

Now the question is where is the cosmic source of energy in space? It is believed that the creation of most cosmic rays is in the galaxies of galaxies in outer galaxy galaxies. More information is being collected about the source of cosmic rays.

The radiation of cosmic rays is not enough to cause any damage to the earth. For millions of years this ray has hit the earth. But there is little loss of life on earth. So it is believed that cosmic rays are not harmful (on the surface of the earth). But there are chances of it to have harmful effects on the airspace. Because the intensity of cosmic rays is much higher than zero in the Earth’s surface.

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