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Evidence for climate variations induced by the 11-year solar and cosmic rays cycles
Abstract We analyzed data from PSMSL monthly mean sea level seeking correlations between sea level fluctuations and the solar and cosmic rays 11 year cycle. The data reveals decadal variability thatExpand
Earth and Mars crater size frequency distribution and impact rates: Theoretical and observational analysis
A framework for the theoretical and analytical understanding of the impact crater-size frequency distribution is developed and applied to observed data from Mars and Earth. The analitical modelExpand
A Theoretical Model for Mars Crater-Size Frequency Distribution
We present a theoretical and analytical curve with reproduce essential features of the frequency distributions vs. diameter, of the 42,000 crater contained in the Barlow Mars Catalog. The model isExpand
ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR MARS CRATER-SIZE FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION
We present a theoretical and analytical curve that reproduces essential features of the frequency distributions vs. diameter of the 42,000 impact craters contained in Barlow’s Mars Catalog. The modelExpand
Evidence for Climate Variations Induced by the Solar Cycle
We argue that the solar activity cycle induce periodic variations in rain-snow precipitation and sea-air temperatures, that cause mean sea level oscillations. We present observational evidence inExpand
A Computational Model of Mars Craters-Size Frequency Distribution
In the following paper a computational model is presented that reproduces essential features (slopes) of the cratersize frequency distribution (CSFD) of the 42,283 craters contained in the Barlow'sExpand
Theoretical Determination of the Impact Crater-Size-Frequency Distribution with Applications to Mars and Earth
Introduction: : A theoretical understanding of the impact crater-size frequency distribution is developed and applied to observed data from Mars and Earth. The analytical model derived gives theExpand
Probable identification of the impact craters associated with two luminous historical lunar flashes
We have reviewed and analyzed the lunar luminous events observations by William Herschel during the peak of the Lyrid meteor shower of 1787 and Leon Stuart near the peak of the Leonid meteor showerExpand
EVIDENCE OF LARGE VARIATIONS OF THE METEORITES IMPACT RATE ON MARS, DURING SIMILAR TIMES TO THE CAMBRIAN PERIOD ON EARTH
Introduction: The Martian craters, with diameters , DD, between 80 kkkk ≤ DD ≤ 90 kkkk, were investigated, using data from Robbins et al (2012) [1]. The graph NNNN(dddd), describing the number ofExpand
Comments regarding William Herschel April 1787 report of an erupting volcano on the moon: were these observations the manifestation of Impact Melt, produced by a meteorite from the Lyrid meteor
We consider that the report by William Herschel on April 19 and 20, 1787, about an erupting volcano on the moon were really the observations of impact melt, produced by a meteorite from the LyridExpand