Kendall Reeves

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The ability of the Transition Region and Coronal Explorer (TRACE) to image solar plasma over a wide range of temperatures ( –10 K) at high spatial resolution (00.5 pixels) makes it a unique instrument for observing 4 T ∼ 10 e solar flares. We present TRACE and Yohkoh observations of an M2.4 two-ribbon flare that began on 1999 July 25 at about 13:08 UT. We(More)
We have searched for Theta+(1540) and Xi(--)(1862) pentaquark candidates in proton-induced reactions on C, Ti, and W targets at midrapidity and square root of s = 41.6 GeV. In 2 x 10(8) inelastic events we find no evidence for narrow (sigma approximately 5 MeV) signals in the Theta+ --> pK0(S) and Xi(--) --> Xi- pi- channels; our 95% C.L. upper limits (UL)(More)
J. W. Cirtain, L. Golub, L. Lundquist, A. van Ballegooijen, A. Savcheva, M. Shimojo, E. DeLuca, S. Tsuneta, T. Sakao, K. Reeves, M. Weber, R. Kano, N. Narukage, K. Shibasaki 1 Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Nobeyama Solar Radio Observatory, Nobeyama, Nagano, 384-1305 National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Mitaka, Tokyo,(More)
The innermost part of the ATLAS experiment at the LHC, CERN, will be a pixel detector, which is presently under construction. The command messages and the readout data of the detector are transmitted over an optical data path. The readout chain consists of many components which are produced at several locations around the world, and must work together in(More)
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