Advances in space science and technology. Volume 5 by Frederick I. Ordway

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And Lindsay, J. C. (1962). Preliminary solar flare observations with a soft x-ray spectrometer on the orbiting solar observa­ tory. Report X-614-62-29, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. Paper presented at COSPAR, May 1962. 32. Chubb, T. , Friedman, H. , and Kreplin, R. W. (1961). X-ray emission accompanying solar flares. Les Spectres des Astres dans L'ultraviolet Lointain, Mem. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liege [5] 4 (fasc. unique), 216-227. 33. Kreplin, R. , Chubb, T. , and Friedman, H. A.

Neupert, W. , and Lindsay, J. C. (1962). Preliminary solar flare observations with a soft x-ray spectrometer on the orbiting solar observa­ tory. Report X-614-62-29, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. Paper presented at COSPAR, May 1962. 32. Chubb, T. , Friedman, H. , and Kreplin, R. W. (1961). X-ray emission accompanying solar flares. Les Spectres des Astres dans L'ultraviolet Lointain, Mem. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liege [5] 4 (fasc. unique), 216-227. 33. Kreplin, R. , Chubb, T. , and Friedman, H.

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