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Evidence for Anomalous Cosmic Ray Hydrogen

Christian, E. R. and Cummings, A. C. and Stone, E. C. (1990) Evidence for Anomalous Cosmic Ray Hydrogen. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Cosmic Ray Conference. Vol.6. University of Adelaide , Northfield, South Australia, pp. 186-189.

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The period of solar minimum activity in 1987 provided the first evidence for the existence of anomalous cosmic ray (ACR) hydrogen (Christian et al. 1U88). More recent data from the Voyager 1 {Vl) and Voyager 2 (V2) spacecraft and subsequent improved analysis of earlier data serve to confirm the presence of ACR hydrogen. This paper will cover some of these new developments in the analysis.

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Additional Information:© Organizing Committee of the 21st Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data System. We thank-F. B. McDonald and W. R. Webber for their helpful discussions and suggestions. - We also appreciate the contributions of the other Voyager CRS team members at Caltech and the Goddard Space Flight Center. This work was supported in part by NASA under contract NAS 7-918 and grant NCR 05-002-160. E. R. Christian is currently supported by the University Space Research Association.
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