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Title: The isotopic composition of cosmic-ray calcium
Authors: Wiedenbeck, M. E.
George, J. S.
Binns, W. R.
Christian, E. R.
Cummings, A. C.
Davis, A. J.
Israel, M. H.
Leske, R. A.
Mewaldt, R. A.
Stone, E. C.
Rosenvinge, T. T. von
Yanasak, N. E.
Issue Date: 7-Aug-2001
Citation: 27th International Cosmic Ray Conference
Hamburg, Germany
Abstract: We find that the relative abundance of cosmic ray calcium isotopes in the cosmic-ray source are very similar to those found in solar-system material, in spite of the fact that different types of stars are thought to be responsible for producing these two isotopes. This observation is consistent with the view that cosmic rays are derived from a mixed sample of interstellar matter.
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