Wave acceleration of electrons in the Van Allen radiation belts
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German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
The geomagnetic cavity and the Van Allen radiation belts-II
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The Van Allen particles
Space radiation resistant hybrid and polymer materials for solar cells
Taylor, Edward W; Pirich, Ronald; Weir, John
Relationship of the Van Allen radiation belts to solar wind drivers
Hudson, M. K.; Kress, B. T.; Mueller, H. R.
Radiation hazard in space
Miroshnichenko, Leonty I.
Pitch-angle diffusion of relativistic electrons due to resonant interactions with whistler waves
Le Bel, Edouard; Simonet, Françoise; Solomon, Jacques
Natural Nuclear Radiation Environments for the Grand Tour Missions
Haffner, J. W.
Measurement of the gravitational constant G in space (SEE project): sensitivity to orbital parameters and space charge effect
A D Alexeev; K A Bronnikov; N I Kolosnitsyn
James Van Allen dies, discovered radiation belts around Earth
Introduction to geomagnetically trapped radiation
Identification of Nonlinear Space Weather Models of the Van Allen Radiation Belts Using Volterra Networks
High-Voltage Space Tether for Enhanced Particle Scattering in Van Allen Belts
Danilov, V. V.; Mirnov, V. V.; Uecer, D.
Electron acceleration in the Van Allen radiation belts by fast magnetosonic waves (DOI 10.1029/2007GL030267)
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Development of a complex instrument measuring dose in the Van Allen belts
Hirn, A.; Apathy, I.; Bodnar, L.
Adiabatic invariants and trapping of a point charge in a strong nonuniform magnetic field
G Benettin; P Sempio
A Monte Carlo simulation of the radiation environment below the Van Allen belts
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Zuccon, P.; International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
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