NSSDC Master Catalog Display: Publication Query Results
B15573-002A
Cosmic ray experiment part A - Composition and energy spectra of solar cosmic ray nuclei, In -- Apollo 16 Prelim. Sci. Rept., NASA SP-315, 15-1 thru 15-10,Wash., DC, 1972.

B24313-000A
Fan, C. Y., et al, Nuclei of heavy elements from solar flares, In -- Solar Gamma-, X-, and EUV Radiation, 411-421, D. Riedel Publ.Co., Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1975.

B15454-000A
Fleischer, R. L. and H. R. Hart, Jr., Enrichment of heavy nuclei in the 17 April 1972 solar flare, Phys. Rev. Lett., 30, No. 1, 31-34, Jan. 1973.

B25671-000A
Fleischer, R. L. and H. R. Hart, Jr., Particle track record of Apollo 16 rocks from plum crater, J. Geophys. Res., 79, No. 5, 766-768, Feb. 1974.

B24779-000A
Fleischer, R. L., et al, Lunar surface cosmic ray experiment S-152, Apollo 16, Gen. Elec. Co., Phys. and Elec. Eng. Lab., Unnumbered, Schenectady,NY, July 1973.

B20485-000A
Fleischer, R. L., et al, Apollo 14 and Apollo 16 heavy-particle dosimetry experiments, Science, 181, 436-438, Aug. 1973.

B25156-000A
Fleischer, R. L., et al, Composition of heavy cosmic rays from 25 to 180 MeV per atomic mass unit, Astrophys. J., 193, 575-577, Nov. 1974.

B18672-000A
O'Sullivan, D., et al, Composition of galactic cosmic rays with 30 .lt. E .lt. 10 MeV/nucleon, Nature Phys. Sci., 243, No. 123, 8-9, May 1973.

B15573-003A
Price, P. B., et al, Composition of interplanetary particles at energies from 0.1 to 150 MeV/nucleon, In -- Apollo 16 Prelim. Sci. Rept., NASA SP-315, 15-11 thru 15-19,Wash., DC, 1972.

B17818-000A
Price, P. B. and J. H. Chan, Galactic heavy cosmic rays with* < E < 130 MeV/Nucleon, In -- 13th Intern. Conf. on Cosmic Rays, Paper 363, Denver, CO, 1973.

B18963-000A
Price, P. B., et al, Low energy heavy ions in the solar system, J. Geochem. Soc., Meteorol. Soc., Supl., 4, 3, 2347-2361, 1973.

B28926-000A
Woods, R. T., Nature of low energy interplanetary heavy nuclei down to energies of 50 keV/amu from an analysis of solid state etched-track detectors from the Surveyor 3 spacecraft and the Apollo 16 and 17 cosmic experiments, New York State Univ., Ph.D. Thesis, Albany, NY, 1974.


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