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Origin of Cosmic Rays
The observed isotropy of the cosmic rays incident on the earth is claimed to be a consequence of a magnetic field assumed to exist in interstellar space, which is compared with the average interstellar field of 10−20 gauss.
Synthesis of the Elements in Stars
Man inhabits a universe composed of a great variety of elements and their isotopes. In Table I,1 a count of the stable and radioactive elements and isotopes is listed. Ninety elements are found
The effect of interstellar matter on climatic variation
The effect of interstellar matter on the sun's radiation is considered with a view to explaining changes in terrestrial climate. It appears that a star in passing through a nebulous cloud will
Neutrino processes and pair formation in massive stars and supernovae.
Abstract : The paper traces the physical properties of matter inside highly evolved stars, on the assumption that the whole material of the star is non-degenerate and that the star is in