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SpaceWire: a spacecraft onboard network for real-time communications
SpaceWire is a real-time communications network for use onboard spacecraft. It has been designed to connect together sensors, mass-memories, processing units, and downlink telemetry sub-systemsExpand
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The new element 112
The new element 112 was produced and identified unambiguously in an experiment at SHIP, GSI Darmstadt. Two decay chains of the isotope277112 were observed in irradiations of208Pb targets with70ZnExpand
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Fission-residues produced in the spallation reaction 238U + p at 1 A GeV
Abstract Fission fragments from 1  A  GeV 238 U projectiles irradiating a hydrogen target were investigated by using the fragment separator FRS for magnetic selection of reaction products includingExpand
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The new element 111
The new element 111 was produced and unambiguously identified in an experiment at SHIP, GSI Darmstadt. Three nuclei of the isotope272111 were observed in irradiations of209Bi targets with64NiExpand
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Spontaneous fission and alpha-decay properties of neutron deficient isotopes 257−253104 and 258106
Spontaneous fission and α-decay of253−257104 and 258106 were investigated in irradiations of 204,206,208Pb with 50Ti and 209Bi with 51V, respectively. New spontaneous fission activities wereExpand
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Nuclide Cross‐Sections Of Fission Fragments In The Reaction 208Pb+p At 500 A MeV
The isotopic distributions and recoil velocities of the fission fragments produced in the spallation reaction 208Pb+p at 500 A MeV have been measured using the inverse kinematics technique. TheExpand
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Spallation residues in the reaction ^(56)Fe + p at 0.3A, 0.5A, 0.75A, 1.0A, and 1.5A GeV
The spallation residues produced in the bombardment of ^(56)Fe at 1.5A, 1.0A, 0.75A, 0.5A, and 0.3A GeV on a liquid-hydrogen target have been measured using the reverse kinematics technique and theExpand
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Creating Superheavy Elements
During the past 20 years physicists around the world have been engaged in the task of producing superheavy elements. At the Institute for Heavy-Ion Research in Darmstadt the authors have met withExpand
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The identification of element 108
The major problems in the investigation of the heaviest elements at the upper end of the periodic table are the small formation cross sections which are far below the nanobarn region and their short halflives of the order of milliseconds. Expand
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Projectile fission at relativistic velocities: a novel and powerful source of neutron-rich isotopes well suited for in-flight isotopic separation
Abstract Projectile fission of 238U was investigated at a bombarding energy of 750 A·MeV using a Pb target. Forward emitted fragments from 80Zn up to 155Ce were analyzed with the Fragment SeparatorExpand
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