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The Reappearance of Anomalous Cosmic Ray Hydrogen

Christian, E. R. and Cummings, A. C. and Stone, E. C. (1995) The Reappearance of Anomalous Cosmic Ray Hydrogen. In: Proceedings of the 24th International Cosmic Ray Conference. Vol.4. International Union of Pure and Applied Physics , pp. 816-819.

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New observations from the Cosmic Ray Subsystem (CRS) on the Voyager spacecraft clearly show that anomalous cosmic ray hydrogen has reappeared, clearing up a controversy that has existed since the previous solar minimum [l, 2]. The new observations are consistent with the evidence for anomalous cosmic ray hydrogen seen in the 1987 solar minimum. Comparison of the anomalous and galactic cosmic ray modulation for the two solar minima indicates that there is substantial modulation of the galactic cosmic rays beyond the solar wind termination shock.

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Additional Information:© IUPAP. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data System. We gratefully acknowledge the support of E.R. Christian by the NASA ACE Explorer Project, and the other authors by NASA contract NAS7-918 and grant NAGW-1919.
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