Muon hodoscope (TEMP) is intended for the solution of the problems of Sun-Earth physics and for conducting the remote monitoring of upper layers of the atmosphere. TEMP is located on the Earth's surface. It has the effective area of 9 m2, total area being equal to 9 m2 and can be oriented in different directions. The registering system of hodoscope consists of four layers of scintillation counters with sizes of 300x2.5x1 cm3.
Time-spatial characteristics of the installation (angular accuracy about 1°, time resolution ~ 0,1 µs) make it possible to record the particle flux of cosmic rays simultaneously from 65,000 directions, and the aperture of hodoscope covers practically the entire visible hemisphere of the sky. Muon hodoscope is included into the list of the unique scientific installations of the national significance (reg. ¹ 06-11).