In summary so far our class has found the following results after three days of testing for neutron radiation.
- monday – 1 bubble
- tuesday – 1 bubble
- wednesday – 0 bubbles
Below are the pictures we uploaded to the explorecuriocity.ca.
Today we looked at the RaDI-N2 & You project that we are taking part in. In summary, we use a neutron detector to detect radiation in our classroom. Chris Hadfield is doing the same thing on the International Space Station. Air Canada Pilots are also using these detectors, and other classrooms from around Canada. We will all compare data by the end.