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Fri Mar 21 17:04:15 2014 UTClccn-n832095080.79Tables of nuclear cross sections for galactic cosmic rays absorption cross sections /0.850.92Quasi-elastic nuclear scattering at high energies1395054n 832095081019335Wilson, J. W. (John William), 1940-lccn-n79134855Langley Research Centernp-cucinotta, francis aCucinotta, Francis A.np-townsend, lawrence wTownsend, Lawrence W.lccn-no91017593United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information Programlccn-n78091123United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information Divisionlccn-n78091122United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationScientific and Technical Information Branchlccn-n78087581United StatesNational Aeronautics and Space Administrationlccn-no2007077924Nealy, John E.lccn-n79051021Shinn, Judy L.lccn-n85103399Tripathi, RatikantaWilson, John W.(John William)1940-Conference proceedingsExtraterrestrial radiationAbsorption cross sectionsTransport theoryGalactic cosmic raysMathematical modelsRadiation--Safety measuresAstronautsSpace ships--Shielding (Radiation)Heavy ionsRadiation dosimetrySolar cosmic raysCosmic rays--Physiological effectDosimetersEnergy transferSolar cycleCross sections (Nuclear physics)Risk assessmentRadiation--DosageAviation medicineElastic cross sectionsSpace vehicles--Shielding (Radiation)Aerospace engineeringSpace flightRadiation dosimetry--Computer programsManned space flightNuclear optical modelsElastic scatteringNeutron cross sectionsNuclear physicsNuclear reactionsCollisions (Nuclear physics)NeutronsScattering (Physics)Solar flaresSolar radiation--Physiological effectSolar radiation--MeasurementMars (Planet)Radiation--Physiological effectGalactic cosmic rays--Physiological effectSpace flight--Physiological effectSpace radiobiologyTransport theory--Computer programsShielding (Radiation)--Design and constructionParticles (Nuclear physics)Approximation theorySunspotsShielding (Radiation)Ion bombardmentNucleon-nucleon scattering1940196619681971197219731975197619771983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220036592100200629.416TL521.3.T42293ocn301229179com19890.84Xu, Y. JCharge exchange transition probability for collisions between unlike ions and atoms within the adiabatic approximation2203ocn320082075com19870.84Wilson, John WOn the potential impact of the newly proposed quality factors on space radiation protection1583ocn048997704book19910.81Preliminary analysis of a radiobiological experiment for LifeSat1463ocn024925568book19900.84Simplified model for solar cosmic ray exposure in manned earth orbital flights1443ocn014258775book19850.79Townsend, Lawrence WTables of nuclear cross sections for galactic cosmic rays absorption cross sections1403ocn034352263book19900.81Improved model for solar cosmic ray exposure in manned earth orbital flights1334ocn026638953book19910.84Wilson, John WTransport methods and interactions for space radiations1262ocn051588881book20000.84Kim, Myung-Hee YExamination of solar cycle statistical model and new prediction of solar cycle 23Sunspot numbers in the current solar cycle 23 were estimated by using a statistical model with the accumulating cycle sunspot data based on the odd-even behavior of historical sunspot cycles from 1 to 22. Since cycle 23 has progressed and the accurate solar minimum occurence has been defined, the statistical model is validated by comparing the previous prediction with the new measured sunspot number; the improved sunspot projection in short range of future time is made accordingly. The current cycle is expected to have a moderate level of activity. Errors of this model are shown to be self-correcting as cycle observations become available1201ocn051610067book20010.84Shinn, Judy LAn improved analytic model for microdosimeter response1202ocn042848046book19970.86Workshop on Shielding Strategies for Human Space ExplorationShielding strategies for human space exploration proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and held at Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, December 6-8, 1995Conference proceedings1162ocn055898357book20010.84Tripathi, RatikantaProton-nucleus elastic cross sections using two-body in-medium scattering amplitudes1141ocn039489453book19970.81Wilson, John WAstronaut protection from solar event of August 4, 1972993ocn233592286book19850.86Cucinotta, Francis AComputer subroutines for estimation of human exposure to radiation in low Earth orbit983ocn024310402book19900.90Shinn, Judy LReliability of equivalent sphere model in blood-forming organ dose estimation963ocn027194117book19920.92Cucinotta, Francis AQuasi-elastic nuclear scattering at high energies951ocn038121756book19970.86Tripathi, Ram KNew parameterization of neutron absorption cross sections953ocn022151409book19880.90Nucleon-nucleus interaction data base total nuclear and absorption cross sections933ocn027369457book19910.90Cucinotta, Francis ATarget correlation effects on neutron-nucleus total, absorption, and abrasion cross sections913ocn026201306book19910.84HZETRN a heavy ion/nucleon transport code for space radiations913ocn024244040book19890.92Wilson, John WA Hierarchy of transport approximations for high energy heavy (HZE) ionsFri Mar 21 15:58:50 EDT 2014batch13543