The COS-B Bibliography: Non-refereed Publications


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  1. VERITAS Observations of the Geminga Supernova Remnant
    Flinders, A, arXiv, 1509, 04224 (2015)
  2. Fermi LAT upper limits on gamma-ray emission from colliding wind binaries
    Werner, M et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 418 (2012)
  3. Gamma-ray emission from star-forming regions
    Romero, G, MmSAI, 81, 181 (2010)
  4. Search for TeV Emission from Geminga by VERITAS
    Finnegan, G, arXiv, 0907, 5237 (2009)
  5. High Energy Gamma-Ray Emission from the Loop I region
    Casandjian, J & Grenier, I, arXiv, 0912, 3478 (2009)
  6. Gamma rays from star-forming regions
    Romero, G, American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 97 (2008)
  7. Multifrequency Strategies for the Identification of Gamma-Ray Sources
    Mukherjee, R & Halpern, J, ASSL, 304, 311 (2004)
  8. A Search for the X-ray counterpart of the Unidentified Gamma-Ray source 3EG J2020+4017
    Weisskopf, M, Chandra Proposal, 1699 (2004)
  9. X-Ray, Gamma-Ray and Radio Observations of LSI+61°303 and the Nature of the Electron Population and of the Emission Mechanisms
    Leahy, D, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 2461 (2003)
  10. From EGRET to GLAST
    Kniffen, D, APS April Meeting Abstracts, 3001 (2002)
  11. Chandra Observations of the Unidentified Gamma-Ray Source in Gamma-Cygni
    Becker, W, Chandra Proposal, 1211 (2002)
  12. Integral — Tracking extreme radiation across the Universe
    XMM Press Release 8 (2002)
  13. Multiwavelength Searches and Spectral Aspects of 3EG Sources
    Mukherjee, R & Halpern, J, ASSL, 267, 35 (2001)
  14. The X-ray time variability of LSI+61°303
    Leahy, D, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 2524 (2001)
  15. Modeling the multi-wavelength spectrum of the gamma-ray source LSI+61°303
    Leahy, D, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 2532 (2001)
  16. Search for TeV Gamma-Ray Emission from the Young Open Star Clusters Berkeley 87 and IC 1805 with the HEGRA System of Cherenkov Telescopes
    Tluczykont, M & HEGRA Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 2558 (2001)
  17. Multiwavelength Studies of a Few Unidentified EGRET Sources
    Stern, D et al., AAS, 197, 8407 (2000)
  18. X-ray and γ-ray observations of the COS-B field 2CG 075+00
    Mukherjee, R et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 484 (2000)
  19. Multiwavelength Observations of a Few Unidentified EGRET Sources
    Mukherjee, R et al., HEAD, 5, 0504 (2000)
  20. COS-B (Celestial Observation Satellite)
    Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 4622 (2000)
  21. X-ray and gamma-ray Observations of the COS-B Field 2CG 075+00
    Stern, D et al., AAS, 195, 3710 (1999)
  22. Anticoincidence Detector for GLAST
    Moiseev, A et al., HEAD, 4, 1723 (1999)
  23. EGRET Team Papers to be Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Compton Symposium
    STIN, 00, 26338 (1999)
  24. Gamma Ray Emission from the Vicinity of the Supernova Remnant G312.4-0.4
    Case, G & Bhattacharya, D, AAS, 192, 5302 (1998)
  25. Can Galactic Gamma-Ray Background be due to Superposition of gamma-Rays from Millisecond Pulsars?
    Bhatia, V et al., IAUS, 188, 273 (1998)
  26. ESA presents INTEGRAL, its space observatory for Gamma-ray astronomy
    xmm, pres, 30 (1998)
  27. ESA presents INTEGRAL, its space observatory for Gamma-ray astronomy
    xmm, pres, 51 (1998)
  28. The COMPTON Observatory: Reflections on its origins and history
    Kniffen, D & Gehrels, N, Proceedings of the Fourth Compton Symposium, 524 (1997)
  29. The “COS-B/EGRET 1997” Geminga ephemeris
    Mattox, J et al., Proceedings of the Fourth Compton Symposium, 568 (1997)
  30. Possible Detection of a Planet Orbiting the Geminga Gamma-Ray Pulsar
    Mattox, J, IAUJD, 13, 10 (1997)
  31. Detection of the COS-B/EGRET source GRO J2227+61
    Iyudin, A et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 89 (1997)
  32. Timing the Geminga Pulsar with High-Energy Gamma-Rays
    Halpern, J, STIN, 97, 23364 (1997)
  33. Timing of gamma-ray pulsars: search in seven — parametric space
    Bisnovatyi-Kogan, G & Repin, S, astro, ph, 7190 (1997)
  34. ESA’s gamma-ray astronomy mission’s Russian launch confirmed
    xmm, pres, 41 (1997)
  35. Multi-Wavelength Observations of the Exotic Binary LSI +61°303
    Harrison, F, RXTE Proposal, 10172 (1996)
  36. a Search for Pulsed 2-200 KEV Emission from Geminga
    Jahoda, K, RXTE Proposal, 10213 (1996)
  37. Gamma Ray Sources Above 1 GeV Along the Galactic Plane
    Nolan, P et al., AAS, 187, 4604 (1995)
  38. EGRET Observations of the Gamma-Ray Source 2CG 135+01
    Kniffen, D et al., AAS, 187, 5807 (1995)
  39. Multiwavelength observations of unidentified high energy gamma-ray sources
    Halpern, J, cuny rept (1995)
  40. Diffuse galactic continuum emission
    Strong, A, Gamma Ray Sky with Compton GRO and SIGMA, 147 (1995)
  41. Analysis of data from the energetic gamma-ray experiment of the Gamma Ray Observatory
    Kniffen, D, hscv rept (1995)
  42. The Chase, and Consequences
    Bignami, G, AAS, 184, 1901 (1994)
  43. Diffuse High-Energy Gamma-Ray Emission in the Outer Galaxy: The Cepheus Flare and the Perseus Arm
    Digel, S et al., AAS, 185, 12002 (1994)
  44. Components of the Diffuse Gamma Ray Emission at High Galactic Latitudes
    Chen, A et al., AAS, 185, 12008 (1994)
  45. Timing the Geminga pulsar with high-energy gamma rays
    Mattox, J et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 77 (1994)
  46. Pulsed gamma rays from Geminga
    Cheng, K & Ma, Y, American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 116 (1994)
  47. COMPTEL detection of the variable radio source GT 0236+610
    van Dijk, R et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 324 (1994)
  48. What is 2CG 010-31?
    Nemiroff, R et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 356 (1994)
  49. EGRET observations of the interstellar clouds in Ophiuchus: a reassessment of COS-B source 2CG 353+16
    Digel, S & Hunter, S, American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 484 (1994)
  50. A Search for Cataclysmic Variables in the EGRET All-Sky Survey
    Barrett, P et al., AAS, 183, 5511 (1993)
  51. Braking Index of GEMINGA Pulsar
    Ramanamurthy, P et al., AAS, 183, 9302 (1993)
  52. High Energy Gamma Ray Emission from the Interstellar Clouds in Orion
    Digel, S et al., AAS, 183, 9901 (1993)
  53. Diffuse Galactic gamma-ray emission above 1 MEV
    Bloemen, H, Back to the Galaxy, 409 (1993)
  54. Diffuse Galactic gamma-rays from pulsars
    Hartmann, D et al., Back to the Galaxy, 419 (1993)
  55. High energy gamma ray observations and the coupling between galactic cosmic rays and matter
    Hunter, S et al., Back to the Galaxy, 423 (1993)
  56. 2CG 135+01
    von Montigny, C et al., IAUC, 5708, 3 (1993)
  57. Multiwavelength observations of unidentified high energy gamma ray sources
    Halpern, J, STIN, 94, 14688 (1993)
  58. INTEGRAL confirmed as next scientific mission
    xmm, pres, 28 (1993)
  59. OSSE Observations of the VELA Pulsar and Geminga
    Strickman, M et al., AAS, 181, 11201 (1992)
  60. High energy emission in accretion flows in AGN
    Kafatos, M, American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 333 (1992)
  61. High energy continuum measurements of active galactic nuclei
    Gehrels, N & Cheung, C, American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 348 (1992)
  62. Models for the gamma-ray emission of 3C 279
    Maraschi, L et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 439 (1992)
  63. Constraints on electron acceleration in the crab nebula
    Harding, A & De Jager, O, Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasmas, 471 (1992)
  64. PSR 1706-44
    Kniffen, D et al., IAUC, 5485, 1 (1992)
  65. Geminga
    Hermsen, W et al., IAUC, 5541, 1 (1992)
  66. Geminga
    Mattox, J et al., IAUC, 5583, 1 (1992)
  67. Geminga
    Vishwanath, P et al., IAUC, 5612, 2 (1992)
  68. Geminga
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H et al., IAUC, 5649, 1 (1992)
  69. Gamma rays from "hidden" millisecond pulsars
    Tavani, M, NASCP, 3137, 229 (1992)
  70. Pulsar γ rays from polar cap regions
    Chiang, J & Romani, R, NASCP, 3137, 237 (1992)
  71. Gamma ray pulsar analysis from photon probability maps
    Brown, L et al., NASCP, 3137, 267 (1992)
  72. Locating very high energy γ-ray sources with arc minute accuracy
    Akerlof, C et al., NASCP, 3137, 399 (1992)
  73. Scintillating fiber calorimeter as a detector for the observation of GeV cosmic gamma rays
    Torii, S et al., SPIE, 1734, 220 (1992)
  74. SAST — a software package for the statistical analysis of sparse times
    Buccheri, R et al., Data Analysis in Astronomy, 51 (1992)
  75. EGRET observations of 3 C 273
    Vonmontigny, C et al., egre symp (1992)
  76. Very High Energy τ-RAY Generation Near the Light Cylinder of an Axisymmetric Rotator: Cos-B like τ-RAY Sources
    Bogovalov, S & Kotov, Y, IAU Colloq. 128: Magnetospheric Structure and Emission Mechanics of Radio Pulsars, 207 (1992)
  77. Search for short bursts in gamma-ray emission from COS-B pulsars
    Buccheri, R et al., ssbg book (1992)
  78. The Cos-B GeV gamma-ray sources
    Grenier, I et al., High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy, 3 (1991)
  79. Gamma-ray emission from young neutron stars
    Hartmann, D et al., High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy, 30 (1991)
  80. SIGMA observation of the sky region containing the COS-B source 2CG135+01
    Natalucci, L et al., Gamma-Ray Line Astrophysics, 352 (1991)
  81. Electron, proton beam interactions with matter and/or radiation: Application to Cyg X-1, Geminga and 3C 273
    Giovannelli, F et al., Gamma-Ray Line Astrophysics, 415 (1991)
  82. High energy γ-ray lines: a probe for a cold dark matter halo
    Salati, P & Chardonnet, P, Gamma-Ray Line Astrophysics, 458 (1991)
  83. The INTEGRAL mission
    Winkler, C, Gamma-Ray Line Astrophysics, 483 (1991)
  84. First results from GRO-COMPTEL
    Bennett, K et al., ESABu, 68, 53 (1991)
  85. 3C 279
    Bertsch, D et al., IAUC, 5311, 2 (1991)
  86. Possible gamma-Ray Pulsars 0656+14, 0950+08, 1822-09
    Ma, Y et al., IAUC, 5316, 2 (1991)
  87. Reexamination of discrete sources with |b| > 20 from COS-B data
    Young, E et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 200 (1991)
  88. The Inverse Compton Gamma-Ray Spectrum of the Crab Nebula
    de Jager, O & Harding, A, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 572 (1991)
  89. Gamma ray pulsar analysis from photon probability maps
    Brown, L et al., sdgg nasa (1991)
  90. Gamma-ray spectroscopy: The diffuse galactic glow
    Hartmann, D, Status Report, Clemson University Department of Physics and Astronomy (1991)
  91. Cosmic ray studies with the gamma-ray observatory
    Kniffen, D, Particle Astrophysics — The NASA Cosmic Ray Program for the 1990s and Beyond, 185 (1990)
  92. A lunar water Cherenkov gamma-ray telescope
    Svoboda, R, Astrophysics from the Moon, 376 (1990)
  93. Further Examination of the SAS 2 and COS B Cygnus X-3 Data
    Mattox, J, BAAS, 22, 1230 (1990)
  94. Searches in the COS-B Gamma Ray Data-Base for Pulsations from PSR 1951+32
    Bennett, K et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 181 (1990)
  95. Analysis of the Cos-B Data for Evidence of Linear Polarization of Vela-Pulsar Gamma Rays
    Mattox, R et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 221 (1990)
  96. A Search for Specific Gamma Ray Sources in the Cos B Data Base
    Bhat, L et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 229 (1990)
  97. Cos-B Gamma-Ray Source Survey
    Pollock, T & Hermsen, W, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 237 (1990)
  98. Cos-B Gamma-Ray Sources Beyond the Predicted Diffuse Emission
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H & Simpson, G, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 261 (1990)
  99. A model of the diffuse galactic gamma ray emission
    Sreekumar, P, NASCP, 3071, 31 (1990)
  100. Gamma radiation from radio pulsars
    Ruderman, M, NASCP, 3071, 89 (1990)
  101. Gamma radiation from the Crab and VELA pulsars
    Kanbach, G, NASCP, 3071, 101 (1990)
  102. The illusive Geminga: What is it
    Kniffen, D, NASCP, 3071, 145 (1990)
  103. COS-B gamma ray sources beyond the predicted diffuse emission
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H & Simpson, G, NASCP, 3071, 153 (1990)
  104. More data on (possible) gamma ray (point) sources
    Hermsen, W, NASCP, 3071, 161 (1990)
  105. Solitary neutron stars as gamma-ray sources
    Ruderman, M, ASIC, 262, 329 (1989)
  106. Production sites and mechanisms of discrete gamma-ray components of the Vela and Crab light curves
    Hermsen, W & Grenier, I, ASIC, 262, 347 (1989)
  107. Search for linear polarization in high energy gamma-ray sources
    Bignami, G et al., ASIC, 262, 363 (1989)
  108. The COS-B Data Base
    Bennett, K, BAAS, 21, 720 (1989)
  109. Berkeley 87
    Polcaro, V et al., IAUC, 4845, 2 (1989)
  110. Search for Bursts of Gamma-Ray Emission from the Crab Pulsar in the Cos-B Data by Adaptive Cluster Analysis
    Buccheri, R et al., Data Analysis in Astronomy, 67 (1989)
  111. Compact source origin of cosmic ray antiprotons
    Dermer, C, Presented at the Particle Astrophysics Workshop, 8 (1989)
  112. Thermal Comptonization models for gamma-ray emission from black-hole sources
    Dermer, C, reas symp (1989)
  113. High energy gamma rays from the Vela pulsar: Long-term variability and energy distribution
    Grenier, I et al., Nuclear Spectroscopy of Astrophysical Sources, 356 (1988)
  114. Are the γ-ray from the Vela pulsar polarized?
    Caraveo, P et al., Nuclear Spectroscopy of Astrophysical Sources, 362 (1988)
  115. Gamma-Ray Views on the Galactic Cosmic-Ray Distribution
    Bloemen, H, ASIC, 220, 163 (1988)
  116. Determination of γ-ray spectra from selected regions of the sky
    Lavigne, J et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 125 (1988)
  117. Gamma-ray sources in our Galaxy
    Bignami, G, ASIC, 195, 297 (1987)
  118. Gamma rays and the distribution of cosmic rays in the Galaxy
    Wolfendale, A, ASIC, 210, 89 (1987)
  119. Search for Pulsed Gamma Ray Emission from Geminga CG-195+04
    Irwin, R et al., BAAS, 19, 1040 (1987)
  120. PSR 1951+32
    Li, J et al., IAUC, 4492, 2 (1987)
  121. PSR 1951+32
    D’Amico, N et al., IAUC, 4507, 2 (1987)
  122. Neutron Stars and Gamma-Rays
    Bignami, G, IAUS, 125, 465 (1987)
  123. Final Catalogue of Cos-B Gamma-Ray Sources
    Pollock, A et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 88 (1987)
  124. Cos-B Gamma-Ray Sources and Their Statistical Significance
    Simpson, G & Mayer-Hasselwander, H, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 89 (1987)
  125. Origin and propagation of galactic cosmic rays
    Cesarsky, C & Ormes, J, NASCP, 2464, 191 (1987)
  126. Estimates of the density of dark matter near the center of the galaxy
    Ipser, J & Sikivie, P, STIN, 87, 25108 (1987)
  127. V 439 Cyg: possible optical counterpart of the X-ray source 1H 2018+366 (=4U 2019+39?) and of the gamma-ray source 2CG 075+00
    Polcaro, V et al., HE-UHE Behaviour of Accreting X-ray Sources, 71 (1987)
  128. Constraints on Cyg X-3 models from gamma-ray and hard X-ray observations
    Hermsen, W et al., HE-UHE Behaviour of Accreting X-ray Sources, 135 (1987)
  129. Geminga UHE photon spectrum
    Karakula, S et al., HE-UHE Behaviour of Accreting X-ray Sources, 157 (1987)
  130. UHE photons in cosmic rays
    Karakula, S et al., HE-UHE Behaviour of Accreting X-ray Sources, 227 (1987)
  131. On the entrainment of dark matter to the center of the Galaxy
    Ipser, J & Sikivie, P, New and Exotic Phenomena, 207 (1987)
  132. High-energy gamma rays probing cosmic-ray propagation
    Bloemen, H, txra, symp, 579 (1987)
  133. Cosmic radiation in contemporary astronphysics
    Shapiro, M, ASIC 162 (1986)
  134. New evidence on the galactic cosmic ray distribution from COS-B gamma-ray data
    Bignami, G, ASIC, 162, 161 (1986)
  135. Interdisciplinary effort towards understanding the galactic gamma-raysource population
    Bignami, G, ASIC, 162, 175 (1986)
  136. High Energy Particles in Dark Molecular Clouds
    Reeves, H, ASIC, 163, 23 (1986)
  137. Cos-B — a mission fully accomplished
    Bennett, K, ESABu, 45, 40 (1986)
  138. Report presented by the European Space Agency to the 26th COSPAR meeting, Toulouse, France, June 1986
    Burke, W, ESASP 1078 (1986)
  139. Study of Pulsar Light Curves by Cluster Analysis
    di Gesu, V et al., Data Analysis in Astronomy II, 87 (1986)
  140. Cos-B X-Ray Observations of Cygnus X-3
    Bonnet-Bidaud, J & van der Klis, M, ASSL, 113, 147 (1985)
  141. COS-B gamma-ray surveys in the 70 MeV-5000 GeV energy range
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H, BICDS, 28, 73 (1985)
  142. Gamma-ray astronomy and the spirit of Cos-B
    Lust, R, ESABu, 42, 8 (1985)
  143. High-energy gamma rays and the large-scale distribution of gas and cosmic rays
    Hermsen, W & Bloemen, J, IAUS, 106, 213 (1985)
  144. High-energy galactic phenomena and the interstellar medium
    Cesarsky, C, IAUS, 106, 225 (1985)
  145. CYG X-3: not Seen in High-Energy Gamma Rays by Cos-B
    Hermsen, W et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 95 (1985)
  146. Search for Periodicities Near 59 S in the Cos-B Gamma-Ray Data of 2CG 195+04 (geminga)
    Buccheri, R et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 169 (1985)
  147. Excess Gamma-Rays in the Rho Ophiuchi Cloud: AN Exotic Object?
    Montmerle, T et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 197 (1985)
  148. Supernova Explosion in Dense Clouds in the Galaxy and the Cos-B Gamma Ray Sources
    Stephens, S, 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 205 (1985)
  149. Galactic Gamma-Ray Sources, Snobs, and Giant HII Regions
    Montmerle, T, 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 209 (1985)
  150. a Search in the Cos-B Data Base for Correlated Time Variability in Regions Containing Objects of Interest
    Caraveo, P et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 221 (1985)
  151. Some Evidence for High Energy Gamma-Ray Sources at Large Galactic Latitudes
    Karakula, S et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 268 (1985)
  152. Cosmic Gamma Rays from Quasers
    Lau, M & Young, E, 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 285 (1985)
  153. Inverse-Compton Gamma Rays in the Galaxy
    Bloemen, J, 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 313 (1985)
  154. Multicomponent Analysis of Total Cos-B Gamma-Ray Data at Intermediate Latitudes
    Strong, A et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 317 (1985)
  155. The Golactic Gamma-Ray Distribution and the Radial Cosmic Ray Gradient
    Harding, A & Stecker, F, 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 321 (1985)
  156. Constraints on the Galactic Distribution of Cosmic Rays from the Cos-B Gamma-Ray Data
    Bloemen, J et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 329 (1985)
  157. Local Electron Spectrum above 100 Mev Derived from Gamma-Ray Emissivity Spectra
    Strong, A, 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 333 (1985)
  158. Cos-B Gamma-Ray Sources and Interstellar Gas
    Pollock, A et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 338 (1985)
  159. Excess Gamma Rays from the Loop i Supernova Remnant
    Bhat, C et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 1, 342 (1985)
  160. Giant Molecular Clouds as Regions of Particle Acceleration
    Dogiel, V et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 3, 195 (1985)
  161. Operating characteristics of a prototype high energy gamma-ray telescope
    Jenkins, T et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 3, 318 (1985)
  162. The FIGARO Experiment for the Observation of Time Marked Sources in the Low Energy Gamma-Ray Range
    Agnetta, G et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 3, 334 (1985)
  163. The final COS-B database now publicly available
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 3, 383 (1985)
  164. The Final Cos-B Database: In-Flight Calibration of Instrumental Parameters
    Strong, A et al., 19th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC19), Volume 3, 387 (1985)
  165. The spatial distribution of pulsars in the Galaxy and the nature of the gamma sources
    Vladimirskii, B, IzKry, 72, 125 (1985)
  166. Gamma-Ray Astronomy Comes of Age
    Bignami, G, S&T, 70, 301 (1985)
  167. The bremsstrahlung and π0 decay as gamma-ray source in 3C 273 and Geminga
    Tkaczyk, W et al., X-ray Astronomy '84, 499 (1985)
  168. CYG X-3 Not Seen in the COS-B > 100 MeV Gamma Rays
    Caraveo, P & Bignami, G, BAAS, 16, 933 (1984)
  169. A study of the diffuse galactic gamma radiation
    Fichtel, C & Kniffen, D, STIN, 84, 18151 (1984)
  170. The galactic gamma-ray distribution: Implications for galactic structure and the radial cosmic ray gradient
    Harding, A & Stecker, F, STIN, 85, 16729 (1984)
  171. La base de données COS B
    Lebrun, F, L’Avenir des Données Astronomiques Non Stellaires, 13 (1984)
  172. Gamma-Ray Emission from Fast Pulsars
    Brecher, K, Birth and Evolution of Neutron Stars: Issues Raised by Millisecond Pulsars, 303 (1984)
  173. Cos-B Studies of High-Latitude Gamma-Rays
    Strong, A, High Energy Astrophysics and Cosmology, 87 (1984)
  174. High energy observations of pulsars
    Kanbach, G, Positron-Electron Pairs in Astrophysics, 129 (1983)
  175. COS-B upper limits on gamma-ray emission from radio pulsars
    Buccheri, R, Positron-Electron Pairs in Astrophysics, 147 (1983)
  176. The Quest for Elusive Geminga: a Unique Object Proposed as the Counterpart of 2CG 195+04
    Caraveo, P et al., Positron-Electron Pairs in Astrophysics, 152 (1983)
  177. Energy spectra of very high energy γ-rays from the crab and vela pulsars
    Gupta, S et al., Positron-Electron Pairs in Astrophysics, 157 (1983)
  178. Gamma radiation as a tracer of the local interstellar gas
    Bloemen, J, ASSL, 100, 31 (1983)
  179. COS-B gamma-ray measurements and the large-scale distribution of interstellar matter
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H, ASSL, 100, 223 (1983)
  180. The large-scale distribution of galactic gamma-ray emission
    Hermsen, W & Bloemen, J, ASSL, 105, 65 (1983)
  181. Gas content and gamma ray emission in the first galactic quadrant
    Lebrun, F, ASSL, 105, 79 (1983)
  182. Local interstellar gas distribution from gamma-ray emission
    Strong, A, ASSL, 105, 99 (1983)
  183. High energy satellite surveys
    Bennett, K, ASSL, 105, 271 (1983)
  184. A search for pulsars associated with supernova remnants in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds
    Manchester, R et al., IAUS, 101, 495 (1983)
  185. Search for Gamma Ray Lines from the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 1275 and the COSB Source CG 195+04
    Ayre, C et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 75 (1983)
  186. Source Catalogue of Gamma Rays from SAS II Data
    Houston, B & Wolfendale, A, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 106 (1983)
  187. Space Distribution of the Pulsars in the Galaxy and the Nature of the Gamma-Ray Sources
    Vladimirskii, B, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 114 (1983)
  188. Search for Gamma Rays of Energies E > 10**15 EV from Discrete Sources
    Stamm, W & Samorski, M, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 131 (1983)
  189. Gamma Rays Sources — Black Holes?
    Karakula, S et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 148 (1983)
  190. The Development of the Electromagnetic Cascade Showers Initiated by High-Energy Electrons and Gamma-Rays in the Hot Photon Gas
    Agaronian, F & Vardanian, V, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 153 (1983)
  191. Diffuse Galactic Emission of High Energy Gamma Rays
    Kniffen, D et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 165 (1983)
  192. Search for Gamma Ray Lines from the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 1275 and the COS B Source CG 195 + 04
    Ayre, C et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 30 (1983)
  193. Gamma Rays of 1-30 Mev from the VELA Pulsar PSR 0833-45
    Tumer, T et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 37 (1983)
  194. COS-B upper limits on gamma-ray emission from radio pulsars
    Buccheri, R et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 49 (1983)
  195. COS-B measurements of high-latitude gamma rays and evidence for a component not related to the gas
    Strong, A et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 90 (1983)
  196. Rapporteur paper on high energy gamma-ray astronomy, sessions XG4 andXG5 (of the conference)
    Porter, N, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 435 (1983)
  197. Galaktische Gammastrahlung und das interstellare Medium
    Gottwald, M, MPERp 179 (1983)
  198. Observation of high-energy diffuse gamma-radiation by the Cosmos-856 and Cosmos-914 satellites
    Kalinkin, L & Nagornykh, I, MoIKI (1983)
  199. Gamma-Astronomie mit COS-B
    Gottwald, M, S&W, 22, 466 (1983)
  200. Cosmic gamma rays
    Wolfendale, A, ASSL, 99, 233 (1982)
  201. New Vistas of the Galaxy in γ-rays from COS-B
    Caraveo, P, BAAS, 14, 890 (1982)
  202. An Example of a COS-B Gamma-ray Source Error Box Investigated at X-ray, Optical and Radio Wavelengths
    Bignami, G, BAAS, 14, 869 (1982)
  203. Gamma-ray astronomy beyond the COS-B mission
    Bignami, G, EN, 13, 1 (1982)
  204. Radio pulsars behaviour above 50 MeV
    Buccheri, R, MmSAI, 53, 1011 (1982)
  205. The Milky Way in Gamma-Rays — Cos-B Results
    S&T, 64, 538 (1982)
  206. Europe’s place in space
    STIN, 83, 16374 (1982)
  207. Space research in the Netherlands
    STIN, 84, 19194 (1982)
  208. Report on the activities of Space Science Department in 1980-1981
    Page, D et al., Annual Report, 1980 (1982)
  209. Investigation on the Binary Nature of the Radio and X-Ray Star LSI+61°303, Associated with a COS-B Gamma-Ray SOU G. F
    Bignami, G, IUE Proposal, 1280 (1982)
  210. Cos-B and High Energy Astronomy
    Strong, A, Very High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy, 141 (1982)
  211. Possible links between supersonic stellar winds and the origin of cosmic rays
    Montmerle, T, ASSL, 89, 155 (1981)
  212. High Energy Gamma Ray Observations of Cygnus X-3
    Weekes, T et al., BAAS, 13, 896 (1981)
  213. High Energy X-ray Observations of the COS-B Gamma Ray Source CG135+1
    Scheepmaker, A et al., BAAS, 13, 557 (1981)
  214. Six years of gamma-ray astronomy with Cos-B
    Taylor, B & Wills, R, ESABu, 28, 48 (1981)
  215. The gamma-ray sky
    Scarsi, L et al., IAUS, 94, 279 (1981)
  216. Gamma rays from cosmic rays
    Wolfendale, A, IAUS, 94, 309 (1981)
  217. Cosmic rays from regions of star formation. I — The Carina complex
    Montmerle, T et al., IAUS, 94, 321 (1981)
  218. Cosmic rays from regions of star formation. II — The OB associations. III — The role of T-Tauri stars in the Rho OPH cloud
    Casse, M et al., IAUS, 94, 323 (1981)
  219. Search for X-Ray Sources in the Cos-B Gamma-Ray Error Boxes
    Bignami, G, IAUS, 94, 337 (1981)
  220. History of the gamma-ray light curves of the pulsars PSR0531 plus 21 and PSR0833-45 as measured by COS-B
    Wills, R et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 22 (1981)
  221. On a more extended correlation between COS-B gamma rays and interstellar matter in the Orion region
    Caraveo, P et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 139 (1981)
  222. Gamma-Ray Emission from the Orion Cloud Complex and the Ratio CO/H2
    Masnou, J et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 143 (1981)
  223. COS-B gamma-ray measurements, cosmic rays and the local interstellar medium
    Strong, A et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 146 (1981)
  224. Gamma Rays from Specific Molecular Clouds
    Issa, M et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 150 (1981)
  225. A statistical study of gamma-rays from giant molecular clouds on a galactic scale
    Pei, T & Wolfendale, A, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 154 (1981)
  226. On the Search for X-Ray Sources and Their Optical Counterparts in the Error Box of the Cos-B Source 2CG 135+01
    Bignami, G et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 158 (1981)
  227. Constraints Set by "einstein" X-Ray Observations on a Possible Compact Counterpart to the Cos-B Gamma-Ray Source Associated with the Rho OPH Cloud
    Montmerle, T et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 162 (1981)
  228. Variable X-Ray Sources in the Rho Ophiuchi Dark Cloud
    Montmerle, T et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 166 (1981)
  229. Observation by COS-B of the gamma-ray source 2CG195/plus/04
    Masnou, J et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 177 (1981)
  230. COS-B observations of gamma-ray emission from local galactic features
    Bignami, G et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 182 (1981)
  231. New large-scale properties of the galactic gamma radiation observed by COS-B in the context of the diffuse emission within the galactic disc
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 206 (1981)
  232. Further COS-B evidence for gamma-ray emission from 3C273
    Hermsen, W et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 230 (1981)
  233. The Use of Coded Aperture Masks in Low Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
    Di Cocco, G et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 1 (1981)
  234. Upper limits to pulsed gamma ray emission from PSR 0833-45, 1747-46, and 1818-04
    Cherry, M et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 17 (1981)
  235. Evidence in the COS-B data for time-variable gamma-ray sources in the galactic plane
    Bloemen, J et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 64 (1981)
  236. Gamma rays and astronomy
    Paul, J, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 79 (1981)
  237. Space astronomy in the European Space Agency
    Macchetto, F, MmSAI, 52, 95 (1981)
  238. Second Cos-B Gamma-Ray Source Catalogue
    SciN, 119, 213 (1981)
  239. Confinement of cosmic rays in molecular clouds
    Zweibel, E & Shull, J, Plasma Astrophysics, 371 (1981)
  240. Kosmisk gammastråling. COS-B eksperimentet og dets resultater
    Gyldenkerne, K, ATi, 13, 20 (1980)
  241. COS-B five years in orbit
    CIBu, 89, 48 (1980)
  242. Recent scientific achievements of ESA spacecraft
    Page, D, ESABu, 23, 10 (1980)
  243. Discrete gamma-ray sources, historic supernovae, and pulsars
    Vladimirskii, B, IzKry, 61, 55 (1980)
  244. The periodical component of high-energy gamma-radiation of source CygX-3
    Neshpor, I et al., IzKry, 61, 61 (1980)
  245. Einstein observations of X-ray emission from variable stars
    Serio, G & Vaiana, G, MmSAI, 51, 713 (1980)
  246. Ninth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics. Proceedings of a conference held in Munich, West Germany, December 14–19, 1978
    Ehlers, J et al., NYASA 336 (1980)
  247. COS-B observation of the Milky Way in high-energy gamma rays
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H et al., NYASA, 336, 211 (1980)
  248. Gamma rays, cosmic rays, and the dynamics of the galaxy
    Cesarsky, C, NYASA, 336, 223 (1980)
  249. Cosmic rays from regions of star formation. 2: The OB associations
    Casse, M et al., STIN, 82, 24159 (1980)
  250. Non-solar gamma-rays
    Cowsik, R & Wills, R, nsgr symp (1980)
  251. High-energy gamma-ray sources observed by COS-B
    Wills, R et al., nsgr, symp, 43 (1980)
  252. COS-B measurements of the spectra of the Crab and VELA gamma-ray sources
    Lichti, G et al., nsgr, symp, 49 (1980)
  253. New evidence for links between SNOBs and galactic gamma-ray sources
    Montmerle, T & Cesarsky, C, nsgr, symp, 61 (1980)
  254. Observations of diffuse galactic gamma rays
    Simpson, G, nsgr, symp, 147 (1980)
  255. Large-Scale Structure of the Milky way as Observed by Cos-B in High-Energy Gamma-Rays
    Wills, R, nsgr, symp, 159 (1980)
  256. ‘The Europhysics Study Conference on Gamma-Ray Astronomy After COS-B,’ Erice, Italy, 17-23 May 1979
    Bignami, G, nsgr, symp, 227 (1980)
  257. Gamma-Ray Sources: A Puzzle, or a Piece of the Puzzle?
    Swanenburg, B, ASSL, 75, 1 (1979)
  258. Spectral Steepening in High Energy Photon Spectra
    Hartman, R et al., BAAS, 11, 467 (1979)
  259. Gamma-Ray Observations and the Large-Scale Structure of the Galaxy
    Paul, J, IAUS, 84, 125 (1979)
  260. Gamma-Ray Evidence for a Galactic Halo
    Stecker, F, IAUS, 84, 475 (1979)
  261. Cos-B Results of Gamma-Ray Emission from Radio Pulsars
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 203 (1979)
  262. Cos-B Observations of the VELA Pulsar, PSR 0833-45
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 204 (1979)
  263. Large-Scale Structure of the Milky way, as Observed by Cos-B in High-Energy Gamma Rays
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 205 (1979)
  264. High-Energy Gamma-Ray Sources Observed by Cos-B
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 207 (1979)
  265. Observations of the Crab Nebula, NGC 4151, CYG x1 and CYG x3 at Medium Gamma Ray Energies
    Zanrosso, E et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 26 (1979)
  266. High-Energy Gamma-Ray Sources Observed by Cos-B
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 36 (1979)
  267. COS-B observations of compact X-ray sources
    Koch-Miramond, L, X-ray Astronomy, 277 (1979)
  268. Interpretation of High-Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy Data
    Bignami, G, BAAS, 10, 514 (1978)
  269. Recent COS-B Results (invited)
    Wills, R, BAAS, 10, 513 (1978)
  270. Galactic plane gamma radiation
    Hartman, R et al., STIN, 79, 18877 (1978)
  271. Some implications of the galactic gamma-ray results of Cos-B
    Bennett, K et al., sss, meet, B10 (1978)
  272. High-Energy Gamma-Ray Results from the Cos-B Satellite and Infrared Astronomy (Abstract)
    Paul, J, ASSL, 63, 39 (1977)
  273. INVITED PAPER — COS/B Observations of High Energy Gamma Radiation from the Galaxy
    Bennett, K, BAAS, 9, 317 (1977)
  274. Recent advances in gamma-ray astronomy
    Wills, R & Battrick, B, ESASP 124 (1977)
  275. The Cos-B Experiment and Mission
    Scarsi, L et al., ESASP, 124, 3 (1977)
  276. Cos-B Observations of Localised Gamma-Ray Emission
    Hermsen, W et al., ESASP, 124, 13 (1977)
  277. Cos-B Results on a Search for Pulsed Gamma-Ray Emission from Radio Pulsars
    Kanbach, G et al., ESASP, 124, 21 (1977)
  278. Search for Gamma-Ray Time Variability of Cygnus X-3 and CG 195+4
    Masnou, J et al., ESASP, 124, 33 (1977)
  279. Observations of the 100 MeV Gamma-Ray Sources at Energies of 100-1000 GeV
    Weekes, T & Helmken, H, ESASP, 124, 39 (1977)
  280. Cos-B Observations of Galactic Gamma-Ray Emission (large Scale)
    Bennett, K et al., ESASP, 124, 83 (1977)
  281. a New Test for the Origin of Galactic Gamma Rays
    Schlickeiser, R & Thielheim, K, ESASP, 124, 139 (1977)
  282. Gamma Rays and the Cosmic-Ray Gradient Away from the Galactic Centre
    Strong, A et al., ESASP, 124, 167 (1977)
  283. Cos-B and Cosmology
    Montmerle, T, ESASP, 124, 235 (1977)
  284. Pulsar Search in the Gamma-Ray Energy Range and Evaluation of the Pulsar Relevant Parameters
    Buccheri, R et al., ESASP, 124, 309 (1977)
  285. COS-B and cosmology
    Montmerle, T, ESASP, 124, 225 (1977)
  286. Extragalactic Identification of 4U 0241+62
    Apparao, K et al., IAUC, 3150, 1 (1977)
  287. COS-B Observations of Galactic Gamma-Ray Emission (Large Scale)
    Paul, J et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 1 (1977)
  288. A Test for the Origin of Galactic Gamma Rays
    Schlickeiser, R & Thielheim, K, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 43 (1977)
  289. COS-B Observations of Gamma Ray Emission from Pulsars (Abstract)
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 106 (1977)
  290. COS-B Observations of Discrete Sources of High-Energy Gamma Radiation (Abstract)
    Caravane Collaboration, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 107 (1977)
  291. Gamma Ray Astronomy
    Pinkau, K, International Cosmic Ray Conference, 139 (1977)
  292. COS-B Results on a Search for Pulsed Gamma-ray Emission from Radio Pulsars
    Kanbach, G et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 7 (1977)
  293. COS-B Observations of Localised Gamma-Ray Emission
    Hermsen, W et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 14 (1977)
  294. Preliminary results from the European Space Agency’s COS-B satellite for gamma-ray astronomy
    Bennett, K et al., NASCP, 2, 27 (1977)
  295. The COS-B experiment and mission
    NASCP, 2, 29 (1977)
  296. COS-B observations of the high-energy gamma radiation from the galactic disk
    NASCP, 2, 41 (1977)
  297. COS-B observations of localized sources of gamma-ray emission
    NASCP, 2, 45 (1977)
  298. The time structure of the gamma-ray emission from the Crab and VELA pulsars
    NASCP, 2, 53 (1977)
  299. Gamma rays, cosmic rays, and galactic structure
    Stecker, F, NASCP, 2, 315 (1977)
  300. COS-B Observations of Localized High-Energy Gamma-Ray Emission
    Koch, L, NYASA, 302, 349 (1977)
  301. Gamma rays from the magellanic clouds
    Stecker, F, STIN, 78, 10995 (1977)
  302. High-Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy and the Cos-B Mission
    Wills, R, General Relativistic Effects in Physics and Astrophysics, 337 (1977)
  303. Observation of cosmic gamma rays with the COS-B satellite
    Bonnardeau, M, prag iafc (1977)
  304. COS-B Observations of Galactic Gamma Radiation. THE CARAVANE COLLABORATION
    BAAS, 8, 527 (1976)
  305. Cosmic Diffuse Gamma-Rays From 2 to 30 MeV
    White, R et al., BAAS, 8, 528 (1976)
  306. High-Energy gamma-Ray Source
    Wills, R, IAUC, 2992, 3 (1976)
  307. Enhanced gamma-Ray Emission
    Wills, R, IAUC, 3021, 2 (1976)
  308. Erste Ergebnisse des Satelliten Cos-B für die Gammastrahlungs-Astronomie I. Instrument und Meßergebnisse für den Crab-Nebel
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H & Kanbach, G, MitAG, 40, 171 (1976)
  309. Erste Ergebnisse des Satelliten Cos-B für die Gammastrahlungs-Astronomie II. Vorläufige Meßergebnisse für das galaktische Zentrum und die Vela Region
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H & Kanbach, G, MitAG, 40, 171 (1976)
  310. The structure and content of the galaxy and galactic gamma rays. A review
    Crannell, C, STIN, 76, 31129 (1976)
  311. Recent advances and near future prospects in high energy astronomy
    Friedman, H, aiaa meet (1976)
  312. The experiment
    Taylor, B, ESABu, , 20 (1975)
  313. The spacecraft
    Hill, P, ESABu, , 26 (1975)
  314. NASA to launch European cosmic ray experimental satellite
    STIN, 75, 28094 (1975)
  315. The COS-B experiment programme
    Taylor, B, STIN, 76, 27552 (1975)
  316. Europese COS-B met succes gelanceerd
    Beekman, G, Zenit, 2, 380 (1975)
  317. COS B and Gemeaux S — Two experiments representative of the working methods employed at the CEN of Saclay
    Duc, R, Technology of Scientific Space Experiments, 94 (1975)
  318. The phenomenon of gamma-ray bursts and COS-B
    Taylor, B, STIA, 75, 18775 (1974)
  319. Ballonvlucht met het COS-B experiment
    Beekman, G, Zenit, 1, 58 (1974)
  320. The context and status of gamma-ray astronomy. Proceedings of ninth ESLAB symposium 10_-_12 June 1974, Frascati, Italy
    Taylor, B, csgr conf (1974)
  321. The capability of COS-B to measure cosmic gamma-ray bursts
    Boella, G et al., The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 57 (1974)
  322. Future satellite experiments for gamma-burst observations
    Evans, W, The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 69 (1974)
  323. High-resolution observation of gamma-radiation from the galactic plane
    Samimi, J et al., The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 211 (1974)
  324. The COS-B experiment for gamma-ray astronomy
    Bignami, G et al., The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 307 (1974)
  325. Physical characteristics of the COS-B gamma-ray experiment
    Bennett, K et al., The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 323 (1974)
  326. Determination of gamma-ray direction of incidence in gamma-ray astronomy spark chambers
    Shukla, P & Mayer-Hasselwander, H, The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 339 (1974)
  327. Variable cosmic X and gamma-ray sources
    Boella, G et al., The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 345 (1974)
  328. Gamma-ray source pulsating pattern "synchronisation" via simultaneous X-ray observation in the COS-B mission
    Boella, G et al., The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 353 (1974)
  329. Observations of terrestrial albedo gamma-rays from the COS-B orbit
    Wills, R, The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 363 (1974)
  330. The COS-B observation programme and correlated measurements
    Scarsi, L, The Context and Status of Gamma-Ray Astronomy, 369 (1974)
  331. The COS-B Experiment and the Detection and Measurement of Transient Gamma-Ray Sources
    Taylor, B, Transient Cosmic Gamma- and X-Ray Sources, 250 (1974)
  332. Balloon flight of the COS-B experiment
    Taylor, B, ESROB, 23, 9 (1973)
  333. An Accelerator Evaluation of the Performance of the COSB Experiment for Gamma-Ray Astronomy
    Andresen, R et al., International Cosmic Ray Conference, 2727 (1973)
  334. Spectral Analysis of Gamma Rays with the Cos-B Satellite. The Caravane Collaboration
    van de Hulst, H et al., IAUS, 41, 37 (1971)
  335. A Proposal for an X-Ray Experiment for Cos-B
    Willmore, A, IAUS, 37, 50 (1970)

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