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A study on natural background neutron doseJIANG, S. H; YEH, J. J; LIN, R. Y et al.IEEE transactions on nuclear science. 1994, Vol 41, Num 4, pp 993-998, issn 0018-9499, 1Conference Paper

Cosmic rays in the atmosphere : North-south asymmetrySTOZHKOV, Y. I; BAZILEVSKAYA, G. A; POKREVSKY, P. E et al.Journal of geophysical research. 1996, Vol 101, Num A2, pp 2523-2528, issn 0148-0227Article

Distinguishing dark matter annihilation enhancement scenarios via halo shapesIBE, Masahiro; YU, Hai-Bo.Physics letters. Section B. 2010, Vol 692, Num 2, pp 70-73, issn 0370-2693, 4 p.Article

Some doubts concerning a link between cosmic ray fluxes and global cloudinessKERNTHALER, S. C; TOUMI, R; HAIGH, J. D et al.Geophysical research letters. 1999, Vol 26, Num 7, pp 863-865, issn 0094-8276Article

Rapid recovery of anomalous cosmic ray flux at 1 AU in solar cycle 22HASEBE, N; MISHIMA, Y; TAKASHIMA, T et al.Geophysical research letters. 1994, Vol 21, Num 25, pp 3027-3030, issn 0094-8276Article

Ultra-high energy cosmic rays and de Sitter vacuaALBERGHI, Gian Luigi; GOLDSTEIN, Kevin; LOWE, David A et al.Physics letters. Section B. 2004, Vol 578, Num 3-4, pp 247-252, issn 0370-2693, 6 p.Article

The discovery of the short-lived GRS1724+21 X-ray source by the WATCH instrument onboard the GRANAT ObservatorySAZONOV, S. YU; LAPSHOV, I. YU; SUNYAEV, R. A et al.Pis′ma v Astronomičeskij žurnal. 1994, Vol 20, Num 1, pp 5-6, issn 0320-0108Article

Cosmic-ray positron from superparticle dark matter and the PAMELA anomalyISHIWATA, Koji; MATSUMOTO, Shigeki; MOROI, Takeo et al.Physics letters. Section B. 2009, Vol 675, Num 5, pp 446-449, issn 0370-2693, 4 p.Article

The primary proton spectrum of cosmic rays measured with single hadrons at ground levelANTONI, T; APEL, W. D; DAUMILLER, K et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2004, Vol 612, Num 2, pp 914-920, issn 0004-637X, 7 p., 1Article

Confinement-driven spatial variations in the cosmic-ray fluxPADOAN, Paolo; SCALO, John.The Astrophysical journal. 2005, Vol 624, Num 2, pp L97-L100, issn 0004-637X, 2Article

Cosmic-ray background flux model based on a Gamma-ray large area space telescope balloon flight engineering modelMIZUNO, T; KAMAE, T; GODFREY, G et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2004, Vol 614, Num 2, pp 1113-1123, issn 0004-637X, 11 p., 1Article

Direct evidence of the interplanetary magnetic field effect on the cosmic-ray shadow by the sunAMENOMORI, M; CAO, Z; JIAO, S. Q et al.The Astrophysical journal. 1993, Vol 415, Num 2, pp L147-L150, issn 0004-637X, 2Article

Paleoastrophysics and cosmic raysKOCHAROV, G. E.Nuovo cimento della società italiana di fisica. C. 1996, Vol 19, Num 6, pp 883-892, issn 0390-5551Conference Paper

CO and CI observations of shock-excited gas in IC 443CWHITE, G. J.Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin. Print). 1994, Vol 283, Num 3, pp L25-L28, issn 0004-6361Article

Strangelets : who is looking and how?FINCH, Evan.Journal of physics. G. Nuclear and particle physics (Print). 2006, Vol 32, Num 12, issn 0954-3899, S251-S258Conference Paper

Comments on the paper of H.S. Ahluwalia : On galactic cosmic ray flux decrease near solar activity minimum and imf intensity. Author's replySTOZHKOV, Yuri I; POKREVSKY, Peter E; AHLUWALIA, H. S et al.Geophysical research letters. 2001, Vol 28, Num 5, pp 947-950, issn 0094-8276Article

Cosmic ray hadron flux at sea level up to 15 TeVMIELKE, H. H; FÖLLER, M; ENGLER, J et al.Journal of physics. G. Nuclear and particle physics (Print). 1994, Vol 20, Num 4, pp 637-649, issn 0954-3899Article

Cosmic ray anomaly : The Saros cycle and a lunar perturbationSONETT, C. P; SMITH, L. A.Geophysical research letters. 1999, Vol 26, Num 11, pp 1569-1572, issn 0094-8276Article

Atomic carbon in interstellar cloudsFLOWER, D. R; LE BOURLOT, J; PINEAU DES FORETS, G et al.Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin. Print). 1994, Vol 282, Num 1, pp 225-232, issn 0004-6361Article

The low earth orbit radiation environment & its evolution from measurements using the CREAM & CREDO experimentsDYER, C. S; SIMS, A. J; TRUSCOTT, P. R et al.IEEE transactions on nuclear science. 1993, Vol 40, Num 6, pp 1471-1478, issn 0018-9499Conference Paper

Continued decline of South Pole neutron monitor counting rateBIEBER, John; CLEM, John; EVENSON, Paul et al.Journal of geophysical research. Space physics (Print). 2013, Vol 118, Num 11, pp 6847-6851, issn 2169-9380, 5 p.Article

Note on galaxy catalogues in UHECR flux modellingKOERS, Hylke B. J; TINYAKOV, Peter.Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (Print). 2010, Vol 403, Num 4, pp 2131-2136, issn 0035-8711, 6 p.Article

Universal extra dimensions and charged LKPsBYRNE, Mark.Physics letters. Section B. 2004, Vol 583, Num 3-4, pp 309-314, issn 0370-2693, 6 p.Article

Local interstellar spectra of galactic cosmic rays according to particle flux analysisBELIAEV, A. A; NYMMIK, R. A; PANASYUK, M. I et al.Radiation measurements. 1996, Vol 26, Num 3, pp 481-485, issn 1350-4487Conference Paper

New physics, the cosmic ray spectrum knee, and pp cross section measurementsDIXIT, Aparna; JAIN, Pankaj; MCKAY, Douglas W et al.European physical journal. C, Particles and fields (Print). 2010, Vol 68, Num 3-4, pp 573-580, issn 1434-6044, 8 p.Article

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