The Second Compton Symposium: Proceedings of the Second Comptom Symposium held in College Park, MD, September 1993
N. Gehrels, J.P. Norris, C.E. Fichtel
American Inst. of Physics, Mar 19, 1998 - Science - 800 pages
Annotation Proceedings of a conference held in College Park, Maryland, in September 1993. Papers discuss results from the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory, in orbit since 1991. Presentations are divided into sections on opening remarks, spin-powered pulsars, nucleosynthesis, galactic sources, galactic center, cosmic rays and galactic diffusion radiation, agn-seyferts, agn-quasars and bl lacs, and analysis and instrumentation. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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