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*  Radiation protection
Cosmic radiation is extremely high energy, and is very penetrating. Electromagnetic radiation consists of emissions of ... The area radiation monitor will measure the ambient radiation, usually X-Ray, Gamma or neutrons; these are radiations which can ... Juno Radiation Vault Nuclear safety Potassium iodide Radiation monitoring Radiation Protection Convention, 1960 Radiobiology ... is more dangerous and hundreds of times more intense than radiation sources such as medical X-rays or normal cosmic radiation ...
*  Effect of spaceflight on the human body
al., Cosmic radiation exposure and persistent cognitive dysfunction, Sci. Rep. 6, 34774; doi:10.1038/srep34774 (2016) Staff ( ... Radiation Research. Vol 156:5 II;pp 682-688, 2001. F.A. Cucinotta et al. Space radiation and cataracts in astronauts. Radiation ... Radiation doses astronauts would receive from a flare of this magnitude could cause acute radiation sickness and possibly even ... "Galactic Cosmic Radiation Leads to Cognitive Impairment and Increased Aβ Plaque Accumulation in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer's ...
*  Forbush decrease
Ionizing radiation Solar cosmic ray Coronal mass ejection Who's Afraid of a Solar Flare? from Science@NASA Cosmic Ray Data ... "Atmospheric data over a solar cycle: no connection between galactic cosmic rays and new particle formation". "Sudden Cosmic Ray ... The term Forbush decrease was named after the American physicist Scott E. Forbush, who studied cosmic rays in the 1930s and ... A Forbush decrease is a rapid decrease in the observed galactic cosmic ray intensity following a coronal mass ejection (CME). ...
*  Scientific research on the International Space Station
Integrated Assessment of Long-term Cosmic Radiation Through Biological Responses of the Silkworm, Bombyx mori, in Space (Rad ... as well as cosmic rays, cosmic dust, antimatter, and dark matter in the universe. When completed, The ISS will include a number ... JAXA Integrated Assessment of Long-term Cosmic Radiation Through Biological Responses of the Silkworm, Bombyx mori, in Space ( ... Study of Cosmic Rays - S.P.Korolev RSC Energia Platan (ISS Experiment) - S.P. KOROLEV ROCKET AND SPACE CORPORATION «ENERGIA» ...
*  Cosmic ray
Lothar Frey "Cosmic rays and electronic devices" (YouTube Video) SpaceUp Stuttgart 2012 ARMAS, Real-time cosmic-ray radiation ... Anomalous cosmic ray hydrogen spectra from Voyager 1 and 2 Anomalous Cosmic Rays (From NASA's Cosmicopia) Review of Cosmic Rays ... 1043 J of cosmic rays. However, supernovae do not produce all cosmic rays, and the proportion of cosmic rays that they do ... Cosmic rays are high-energy radiation, mainly originating outside the Solar System and even from distant galaxies. Upon impact ...
*  Cosmic Radiation Satellite
The Cosmic Radiation Satellite (CORSA) was a Japanese space telescope. It was supposed to be Japan's first X-ray astronomy ...
*  Cosmic background radiation
... is electromagnetic radiation from the big bang. The origin of this radiation depends on the region ... of the cosmic background radiation suggests that the early universe was dominated by a radiation field, a field of extremely ... The Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect shows the phenomena of radiant cosmic background radiation interacting with "electron" clouds ... See cosmic infrared background and X-ray background. See also cosmic neutrino background and extragalactic background light. ...
*  Discovery of cosmic microwave background radiation
The discovery of cosmic microwave background radiation constitutes a major development in modern physical cosmology. The cosmic ... In the first, Dicke and his associates outlined the importance of cosmic background radiation as substantiation of the Big Bang ... Dicke, R. H.; Peebles, P. J. E.; Roll, P. J.; Wilkinson, D. T. (July 1965). "Cosmic Black-Body Radiation". Astrophysical ... The characteristics of the radiation detected by Penzias and Wilson fit exactly the radiation predicted by Robert H. Dicke and ...
*  Pioneer 10
ISBN 0-521-41008-8. Simpson, J. A. (2001). "The cosmic radiation". In Johan A. M. Bleeker; Johannes Geiss; Martin C. E. Huber. ... Peak flux for this electron radiation is 10,000 times stronger than the maximum radiation around the Earth. Starting on ... The plutonium-238 has a half-life of 87.74 years, so that after 29 years the radiation being generated by the RTGs was at 80% ... "Cosmic-Ray Spectra". NASA / National Space Science Data Center. Retrieved 2011-02-19. "Geiger Tube Telescope (GTT)". NASA / ...
*  Willard Libby
W.F. Libby (1946). "Atmospheric Helium Three and Radiocarbon from Cosmic Radiation". Physical Review. 69 (11-12): 671-672. ... "Radiocarbon From Cosmic Radiation". Science. 105 (2735): 576-577. doi:10.1126/science.105.2735.576. Retrieved June 15, 2017. " ... "Atmospheric Helium Three and Radiocarbon from Cosmic Radiation". Physical Review. 69 (11-12): 671-672. Bibcode:1946PhRv...69.. ... He argued that the dangers of radiation from nuclear tests were less than that from chest X-rays, and therefore less important ...
*  Radiocarbon dating
The counters are surrounded by lead or steel shielding, to eliminate background radiation and to reduce the incidence of cosmic ... Libby, W.F. (1946). "Atmospheric helium three and radiocarbon from cosmic radiation". Physical Review. 69 (11-12): 671-672. ... "Radiocarbon from cosmic radiation". Science. 105 (2765): 576-577. Bibcode:1947Sci...105..576A. doi:10.1126/science.105.2735.576 ... Suess said he drew the line showing the wiggles by "cosmic schwung", by which he meant that the variations were caused by ...
*  Edward P. Ney
These results had a major impact, for they showed that studies of cosmic radiation could play a significant role in ... Ney, Edward P. (February 14, 1959). "Cosmic Radiation and the Weather". Nature. 183 (4659): 451-452. Bibcode:1959Natur.183.. ... After the IGY ended, Ney's interest in cosmic rays began to diminish, but in 1959, he wrote an often cited paper Cosmic Rays ... Because its agenda included studies of cosmic rays, Ney served on the IGY's US National Committee - Technical Panel on Cosmic ...
*  Supernova remnant
E. Fermi (1949). "On the Origin of the Cosmic Radiation". Physical Review. 75 (8): 1169-1174. Bibcode:1949PhRv...75.1169F. doi: ... "Supernova produces cosmic rays". BBC News. November 4, 2004. Retrieved 2006-11-28. "SNR and Cosmic Ray Acceleration". NASA ... Supernova remnants are considered the major source of galactic cosmic rays. The connection between cosmic rays and supernovas ... "Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays". University of Utah. Retrieved 2006-08-10. Galactic SNR Catalogue (D. A. Green, University of ...
*  STS-53
Cosmic Radiation Effects and Activation Monitor (CREAM); Radiation Monitoring Equipment (RME-III); Fluid Acquisition and ...
*  Background radiation
Cosmic rays also cause elemental transmutation in the atmosphere, in which secondary radiation generated by the cosmic rays ... Background radiation originates from a variety of sources, both natural and artificial. Sources include cosmic radiation, and ... However, background radiation for occupational doses includes radiation that is not measured by radiation dose instruments in ... Background radiation description from the Radiation Effects Research Foundation Environmental and Background Radiation FAQ from ...
*  Belgrano I Base
Cosmic radiation was measured by riometer and radiosondes. Upon closure of Belgrano I, the LABEL laboratory was moved to ...
*  Skyhook balloon
Evidence for heavy nuclei in the primary cosmic radiation. Physical Review 74:213-17 United States Centennial of Flight. Otto C ... In 1948 Skyhook balloons were used to show that in addition to protons and electrons, cosmic rays also include high energy ... Project Churchy was conducted at the Galápagos because high-energy cosmic-ray particles can only be collected at the ... an Office of Naval Research funded cosmic ray expedition at the geomagnetic equator. ...
*  Matthew Sands
"The meson component of cosmic radiation". Sands then joined the faculty as an assistant professor, and continued his cosmic ray ... Sands, Matthew (1948). The meson component of cosmic radiation (Ph.D.). NASA. Retrieved October 23, 2014. "Compton Gives ... He recruited four young scientists who had been at Los Alamos, including Sands, and two who had been in the Radiation ... This information was important because most atmospheric cosmic rays are muons. Sands received his Ph.D. in physics from MIT in ...
*  Health hazards of air travel
Protection of air crew from cosmic radiation: Guidance material. ... travel that have been investigated include increased radiation ...
*  Vitaly Ginzburg
... and a theory of the origin of cosmic radiation. He is also known to biologists as being part of the group of scientists that ... including a series of papers on the theory of radiation by uniformly moving sources Longair, M. S. (2011). "Vitaly Lazarevich ...
*  Phyllis S. Freier
As a graduate student she presented evidence for the existence of elements heavier than helium in cosmic radiation. Her work ... "Evidence for Heavy Nuclei in the Primary Cosmic Radiation". Physical Review. 74 (2): 213. Bibcode:1948PhRv...74..213F. doi: ... Freier, Phyllis S.; Waddington, C. J. (December 1975). "The cascading of cosmic-ray nuclei in various media". Astrophysics and ... cosmic rays, and applying nuclear emulsions. Professor C. J. Waddington. "Phyllis S. Freier 1921-1992". Contributions of 20th ...
*  Physical Research Laboratory
PRL research encompasses astrophysics, Solar System and cosmic radiation. Astronomy and astrophysics: Current research ... PRL had a modest beginning at his residence, the RETREAT, with research on cosmic rays. The institute was formally established ... The initial focus was research on cosmic rays and the properties of the upper atmosphere. Research areas were expanded to ... Cosmic rays, atmospheric sciences 1960s : Theoretical physics, radio physics 1970s : Earth and planetary sciences infrared ...
*  Konstanty Jodko-Narkiewicz
Professionally he specialized in the study of cosmic radiation. In the 1930s, he was an assistant at the Physical Institute of ... was a Polish geophysicist who specialized in studying cosmic radiation. He was also a mountaineer, Arctic explorer, and ... For instance, he combined a climbing expedition to the Andes in 1934 with a project to measure geomagnetic effects on cosmic ... Between 1933 and 1939, of the seventeen papers on cosmic-ray physics published in Poland, Jodko-Narkiewicz was author or co- ...
*  Heliophysics NASA science
Our habitable planet is shielded by its magnetic field, protecting it from solar and cosmic particle radiation and from erosion ... The heliosphere shields the solar system from galactic cosmic radiation. ... However, the sun also produces streams of high energy particles known as the solar wind, and radiation that can harm life or ... In addition to solar processes, this domain of study includes the interaction of solar plasma and solar radiation with Earth, ...
*  Sven Oluf Sørensen
S. O. Sørensen has also been author of several semipopular articles on many topics such as nuclear physics, cosmic radiation, ... Sørensen also performed research on antiprotons and on cosmic radiation. ...
*  Muon tomography
... and X0 is the radiation length for the material. This needs to be convolved with the cosmic ray momentum spectrum in order to ... "Radiographic imaging with cosmic-ray muons". Nature. "GEANT4 Simulation of a Cosmic Ray Muon Tomography System with ... Since the radiation levels are still very high at the inside of the reactor core, it is not likely anyone can go inside to ... Cosmic muons can improve the accuracy of data on nuclear waste and Dry Storage Containers (DSC). Imaging of DSC exceeds the ...
*  Shenzhou 6
"China Space Flight to Test Cosmic Radiation on Pig Sperm". Deutsche Presse-Agentur. 2005-07-18. Retrieved 2006-09-17. [dead ...