The OB association origin of galactic cosmic rays

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
The OB association origin of galactic cosmic rays
Author(s)
Binns W, Wiedenbeck M, Arnould M, Cummings A, de Nolfe G, Goriely S, Israel M, Leske R, Mewaldt R, Stone E, von Rosenvinge T
Publication Title
NEW ASTRONOMY REVIEWS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
NEW ASTRON REV
Publication Date
2008 Oct
DOI
10.1016/j.newar.2008.05.008
ISSN
1387-6473
Volume
52
Issue
7-10
Page Count
4
First Page
427
Last Page
430
Conference Name
6th International Conference on Astronomy with Radioactivities
Conference Date
JAN 07-10, 2008
Conference Location
Kreuth, GERMANY
Conference Sponsor
Max Planck Soc
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, ISOTOPIC ANOMALIES, PARTICLE-ACCELERATION, SUPERBUBBLE ORIGIN, SUPERNOVA-REMNANTS, MASSIVE STARS, NUCLEOSYNTHESIS, ABUNDANCES, METALLICITY, EVOLUTION, GALAXY
Citation
Binns W, Wiedenbeck M, Arnould M, Cummings A, de Nolfe G, Goriely S, Israel M, Leske R, Mewaldt R, Stone E, et al. The OB association origin of galactic cosmic rays. In: NEW ASTRONOMY REVIEWS. 6th International Conference on Astronomy with Radioactivities; 2008. p. 427-430.
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