Re: Fasce di Van Allen e radiazioni solari.

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Automated detection and classification of lunar craters using multiple approaches •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 37, Issue 1, 2006, Pages 21-27
Y. Sawabe, T. Matsunaga and S. Rokugawa

High-resolution X-ray spectra of solar flares •
Advances in Space Research, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 27 July 2005,
G.A. Doschek

The new ESA meteoroid model •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 35, Issue 7, 2005, Pages 1282-1289
V. Dikarev, E. Grün, J. Baggaley, D. Galligan, M. Landgraf and R. Jehn

Curatorial statistics on apollo regolith fragments applicable to sample collection by raking •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 31, Issue 11, June 2003, Pages 2305-2313
J. H. Allton and T. J. Bevill

The Sooner Lunar Schooner: Lunar engineering education •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 31, Issue 11, June 2003, Pages 2449-2454
D. P. Miller, D. F. Hougen and D. Shirley

Photometric observation of (4660)Nereus •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 25, Issue 2, 2000, Pages 277-280
Y. Ishibashi, M. Abe and Y. Takagi

X-ray fluorescence spectrometrywith the SELENE orbiter •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 23, Issue 11, 1999, Pages 1833-1836
Tatsuaki Okada, Manabu Kato, Akio Fujimura, Hiroshi Tsunemi and Shunji Kitamoto

How might we approach a major lunar programme? •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 18, Issue 11, 1996, Pages 7-13
R. M. Bonnet

A solar electric propulsion mission to the Moon and beyond
Advances in Space Research, Volume 18, Issue 11, 1996, Pages 75-80
C. T. Russell, J. Abshire, M. A'Hearn, J. Arnold, R. C. Elphic, J. Head, C. Pieters, M. Hickman, D. Palac, C. Kluever et al.

Inactivation of individual Bacillus subtilis spores in dependence on their distance to single cosmic heavy ions •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 14, Issue 10, October 1994, Pages 1027-1038
R. Facius, G. Reitz and M. Schäfer
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Solar wind composition from the moon •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 14, Issue 6, June 1994, Pages 161-173
P. Bochsler
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Science strategy for human exploration of Mars •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 12, Issue 4, 1992, Pages 79-90
C. R. Stoker, C. P. McKay, R. M. Haberle and D. T. Andersen
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The VESTA project: Combined studies of Mars and small bodies of the solar system •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 7, Issue 12, 1987, Pages 205-211
Y. Langevin
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Survey of the vestibulum, and behavior of xenopus laevis larvae developed during a 7-days space flight •
Advances in Space Research, Volume 6, Issue 12, 1986, Pages 151-156
W. Briegleb, J. Neubert, A. Schatz, T. Klein and B. Kruse
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Imaging of ionospheric plasma outflow in the magnetosphere: Verification of a new concept • Advances in Space Research, Volume 6, Issue 3, 1986, Pages 215-220
S. Chakrabarti, J. C. Green, Y. T. Chiu, R. M. Robinson, G. R. Swenson and D. S. Evans
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The effect of a southward interplanetary magnetic field on Störmer's allowed regions • ARTICLE
Advances in Space Research, Volume 31, Issue 5, March 2003, Pages 1131-1153
J. F. Lemaire

Decay rate of the second radiation belt • ARTICLE
Advances in Space Research, Volume 17, Issue 2, 1996, Pages 151-158
G. D. Badhwar and D. E. Robbins

Anatomical models for space radiation applications: An overview • ARTICLE
Advances in Space Research, Volume 14, Issue 10, October 1994, Pages 415-422
W. Atwell

Animal studies of life shortening and cancer risk from space radiation • ARTICLE
Advances in Space Research, Volume 6, Issue 11, 1986, Pages 275-283
D. H. Wood, M. G. Yochmowitz, K. A. Hardy and Y. L. Salmon


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