alexa Pressure Sensor of SEVAN JNU showing sudden rise in Atmospheric pressure

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Pressure Sensor of SEVAN JNU showing sudden rise in Atmospheric pressure

It has been recorded that 6hours before the thunderstorm in Delhi the topmost unit of SEVAN has detected a sharp rise in cosmic rays while the middle unit of same device has recorded a low cosmic ray intensity than the normal. The pressure sensor of SEVAN has shown sympathetic rise with the 5 cm cosmic ray sensor. Similar SEVAN units are functioning in other parts of the world which has also shown the similar phenomena of the selective rise and fall of cosmic rays from different sources before the thunderstorm.

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