Radial and Latitudinal Gradients of Anomalous Oxygen During 1977-1985
We find that the radial gradient of anomalous O remains constant during 1977-85 at ~10-15%/AU although the intensity changes by more than a factor of 100. These results can be used to deduce that most of the modulation of the intensities of these particles is occurring beyond 27 AU. We also find evidence for a latitudinal gradient of ~+3%/degree at low energies (7.1-10.6MeV/nuc).
Additional Information© 1985 NASA/STI. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data System. We are grateful to R. E. Vogt and other CRS team members consisting of · scientists and engineers at the California Institute of Technology, the Goddard Space Flight Center, the University of Arizona, and the University of New Hampshire. This work was supported in part by NASA under contract NAS 7-918 and grant NGR 05-002-160.
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