Catalog of Solar Particle Events 1955–1969: Prepared under by H. W. Dodson, E. R. Hedeman, R. W. Kreplin, M. J. Martres,

By H. W. Dodson, E. R. Hedeman, R. W. Kreplin, M. J. Martres, V. N. Obridko, M. A. Shea, D. F. Smart, H. Tanaka (auth.), Z. à vestka, P. Simon (eds.)

Show description

Read Online or Download Catalog of Solar Particle Events 1955–1969: Prepared under the Auspices of Working Group 2 of the Inter-Union Commission on Solar-Terrestrial Physics PDF

Similar physics books

Sun in a Bottle: The Strange History of Fusion and the Science of Wishful Thinking

The writer of 0 seems on the messy heritage of the fight to harness fusion strength .

whilst guns developers detonated the 1st hydrogen bomb in 1952, they tapped into the vastest resource of strength in our sun system--the exact same phenomenon that makes the sunlight shine. Nuclear fusion was once an almost limitless resource of energy that grew to become the guts of a sad and comedian quest that has left ratings of scientists battered and disgraced. For the prior half-century, governments and learn groups have attempted to bottle the solar with lasers, magnets, sound waves, particle beams, and chunks of meta. (The most recent enterprise, an incredible, multi-billion-dollar, overseas fusion undertaking known as ITER, is simply now getting underway. ) many times, they've got failed, disgracing generations of scientists. all through this attention-grabbing trip Charles Seife introduces us to the bold geniuses, villains, and sufferers of fusion technology: the intense and tortured Andrei Sakharov; the monomaniacal and Strangelovean Edward Teller; Ronald Richter, the secretive physicist whose lies embarrassed a complete state; and Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann, the 2 chemists at the back of the best medical fiasco of the previous hundred years. sunlight in a Bottle is the 1st significant booklet to track the tale of fusion from its beginnings into the twenty first century, of the way scientists have got burned through attempting to harness the ability of the solar.

Large-Scale Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics I

The complicated flows within the surroundings and oceans are believed to be effectively modelled by means of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics including classical thermodynamics. although, as a result huge, immense complexity of those equations, meteorologists and oceanographers have built approximate versions of the dominant, large-scale flows that regulate the evolution of climate structures.

Extra info for Catalog of Solar Particle Events 1955–1969: Prepared under the Auspices of Working Group 2 of the Inter-Union Commission on Solar-Terrestrial Physics

Example text

95) (3,16,23, 30) (48) (43,97) 37 CATALOG OF SOLAR PARTICLE EVENTS, 1955-1969 49 1958 VHF + RIOM [-min September 22 X30 14hoom(2)-30m 14h30m(3)-16 h PeA PeA Source: o flare 0738 S19 W42 2 oflarelOO9 NI7 W65 2 SO 1958 Oct. 6dB weak (2) (1,3) Source: 0 flare 12d < 230 I N13 E48 3 McM 5009 oincrease in GMS -lOh , duration about the same as of the PeA 52 1959 23 h May 10 X40 221h 17D-200h >17dB >15-22 dB (26, rec. 95) (2,12) PeA 23 hOO m [ II dOOh30m(2)12d02 h 30m(2) 0lh30 m II dOl h30m (3)-03 h 160-312 h strong Pr> 130 MeV Pr> 105 MeV

1969, Astrophys. J. 157,389. R. : 1970,Astrophys. I. 162,1003. O. S. C. W. : 1969, 'The NRL Solrad 9 Satellite, Solar Explorer B, 1968-17 A', NRL Report 6800. : 1969, in C. de Jager and Z. ), Solar Flares and Space Research, North-Holland, Amsterdam, p. 121. : 1970, Solar Phys. 12,266. C. : 1964,Proc. of the International School of Physics 'Enrico Fermi', Course 24,Space Exploration and the Solar System, Academic Press, New York, p. 194. E. : 1972, Nuclear Instr. Methods 98,189. : 1970,Acta Phys.

B 25 for 1968 and 1969. : 1964,Planetary Space Sci. 12,495. W. : 1968, WDC-A Report UAG-2, ESSA, Boulder. W. : 1971, WDC-A Report UAG-14, NOAA, Boulder. : 1972, WDC-A Report UAG-19, NOAA, Boulder. : 1969,Solar Phys. 10,433. : 1966,!. Geophys. Res. 71,1937. : 1963,1. Geophys. Res. 68,3097. : 1969, Astrophys. J. 157,389. R. : 1970,Astrophys. I. 162,1003. O. S. C. W. : 1969, 'The NRL Solrad 9 Satellite, Solar Explorer B, 1968-17 A', NRL Report 6800. : 1969, in C. de Jager and Z. ), Solar Flares and Space Research, North-Holland, Amsterdam, p.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.84 of 5 – based on 26 votes
Posted In CategoriesPhysics