Vol. XXV, No. 3, Pp. 157-254
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Authors: Jugoslav L. NikoliŠ, Milan M. RadovanoviŠ, Dragana P. MilijaševiŠ
The paper represents an attempt to establish whether the specific processes on the Sun had preceded the sudden weather condition changes in Torino for a selected time period by using the method of analogy. The analysis represents a test on the heliocentric approach, i. e., case analysis which is selected arbitrarily. The results of Mann-Whitney U test on the global level are the basis of the approach to the analysis. In case when 100 MeV protons are observed, the significant difference exists only between the day before the origin of the disturbance and the second day after the origin. At protons in the energy range of 10 MeV, the significant difference exists between the second and the first day before the origin of the disturbance, the day in which it came to the disturbance of the atmosphere, as well as the day after that. Observing 1 MeV protons, the significant difference exists between the second day before the origin of the disturbance in the atmosphere and the next three days (the day before the origin, the day of the origin, and the day after the origin of the disturbance).
atmospheric conditions, astrophysical parameters, proton, electron
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