Cosmic Rays, Supernovae and the Interstellar Medium

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Maurice Mandel Shapiro, Rein Silberberg, J. P. Wefel
Springer Science & Business Media, 1991 - Science - 350 pages
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The book provides a useful introduction to the study of the aurora for the nonexpert reader. It should be particularly helpful to amateur astronomers and others who wish to make systematic observations of the aurora from the UK. Much background information on the solar-terrestrial environment has been included which provides a helpful insight into the auroral processes. The Observatory
 

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Contents

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Shapiro (University of Maryland)

Silberberg (Roanoke College, Virginia)

Wefel (Louisiana State University)