Measurement Of Neutrons with Scintillators in The Atmosphere

Slide 1 jFlow Plus The MONSTA Project and our Sponsors
Slide 3 jFlow Plus Phoswich Detector
The scintillator detects energetic particles in the atmosphere.
Slide 2 jFlow Plus The Mounting of MONSTA at BEXUS
The detector is included in an insulation box (red) which is attached to the gondola.
  • Photos of the balloon campaign are online! Click here:
  • 25.9 2012: Successfull balloon flight

  • 20.9-30.9 2012: Campaign

  • 4.9.2012: Experiment Acceptance Review

  • 18.07.2012: Integration Process Review at Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

  • 24.05.2012-25.05.2012: Critical Design Review at ESTEC (The Netherlands)

  • 27.02.2012-03.03.2012: Training week in Esrange Space Center, Kiruna (Sweden)

  • 15.12.2011: Experiment MONSTA accepted to the BEXUS program

  • 05.12.2011: DLR selection workshop in Bonn (Germany)
  • Who We Are
    The student team "MONSTA" from the Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel participate in the DLR's REXUS/BEXUS program. Recently we got accepted for a place in the DLR's REXUS/BEXUS program. On this webpage you get information about our experiment on a stratospheric balloon, the project BEXUS and our Team.