The COS-B Bibliography: Refereed Journals


artist concept of COS-B in orbit

  1. Fermi-LAT upper limits on gamma-ray emission from colliding wind binaries
    Werner, M et al., A&A, 555, 102 (2013)
  2. Deriving the cosmic ray spectrum from gamma-ray observations
    Kachelriess, M & Ostapchenko, S, PhRvD, 86, 043004 (2012)
  3. Discovery of Pulsed γ-Rays from the Young Radio Pulsar PSR J1028-5819 with the Fermi Large Area Telescope
    Abdo, A et al., ApJL, 695, L72 (2009)
  4. History of gamma-ray telescopes and astronomy
    Pinkau, K, ExA, 25, 157 (2009)
  5. Discovery and study of exotic radio pulsars
    Hessels, J, PhD Thesis, 28 (2007)
  6. On the Nature of the Hard X-Ray Source IGR J2018+4043
    Bykov, A et al., ApJL, 649, L21 (2006)
  7. PSR J2021+3651: a new γ-ray pulsar candidate
    Roberts, M et al., AdSpR, 33, 577 (2004)
  8. PSR J2021+3651: A Young Radio Pulsar Coincident with an Unidentified EGRET γ-Ray Source
    Roberts, M et al., ApJL, 577, L19 (2002)
  9. Timing of gamma-ray pulsars: Search in seven-parametric space
    Bisnovatyi-Kogan, G & Repin, S, A&AT, 18, 573 (2000)
  10. Multiwavelength Examination of the COS B Field 2CG 075+00 Yields a Blazar Identification for 3EG J2016+3657
    Mukherjee, R et al., ApJ, 542, 740 (2000)
  11. On the Nature of the Discrete Gamma-Ray Sources in the Vicinity of the Supernova Remnant G312.4-0.4
    Case, G & Bhattacharya, D, ApJ, 521, 246 (1999)
  12. Timing the Geminga Pulsar with Gamma-Ray Observations
    Mattox, J et al., ApJ, 493, 891 (1998)
  13. The Variable Gamma-Ray Source 2CG 135+01
    Tavani, M et al., ApJL, 497, L89 (1998)
  14. Galactic Gamma-Ray Background as a Constraint on Millisecond Pulsars
    Bhatia, V et al., ApJ, 476, 238 (1997)
  15. EGRET Observations of the Gamma-Ray Source 2CG 135+01
    Kniffen, D et al., ApJ, 486, 126 (1997)
  16. EGRET Gamma-Ray Observations of the Crab P2/P1 Ratio
    Tompkins, W et al., ApJ, 487, 385 (1997)
  17. X-ray and γ-ray emission in open clusters
    Manchanda, R et al., A&A, 305, 457 (1996)
  18. Gradient model analysis of EGRET diffuse Galactic γ-ray emission
    Strong, A & Mattox, J, A&A, 308, L21 (1996)
  19. The early days of gamma-ray astronomy
    Pinkau, K, A&AS, 120, 43 (1996)
  20. Search in the COMPTEL data for MeV-emission from Geminga
    Kuiper, L et al., A&AS, 120, 73 (1996)
  21. Spectral changes for cosmic ray protons in the local interstellar medium
    Fatoohi, L et al., A&AS, 120, 407 (1996)
  22. Extending the spectral coverage of unidentified galactic plane gamma-ray sources
    Macomb, D & Shrader, C, A&AS, 120, 471 (1996)
  23. High velocity neutron stars and γ-ray bursts
    Wei, D & Lu, T, Ap&SS, 235, 289 (1996)
  24. Diffuse High-Energy Gamma-Ray Emission beyond the Solar Circle: The Cepheus and Polaris Flares and the Perseus Arm
    Digel, S et al., ApJ, 463, 609 (1996)
  25. Origin of γ-rays from young open clusters
    Giovannelli, F et al., JPhG, 22, 1223 (1996)
  26. Diffuse Galactic Gamma-Ray Continuum Emission
    Strong, A, SSRv, 76, 205 (1996)
  27. Some problems of the detection of the high energy gamma-radiation in space
    Fradkin, M et al., AdSpR, 15, 93 (1995)
  28. Very High Energy Gamma Rays from PSR 1706-44
    Kifune, T et al., ApJL, 438, L91 (1995)
  29. A new γ-ray pulsar: PSR 0740-28
    Song, L et al., ChA&A, 19, 443 (1995)
  30. Diffuse continuum gamma rays from the Galaxy observed by COMPTEL
    Strong, A et al., A&A, 292, 82 (1994)
  31. The identification of the new gamma-ray pulsar PSR 1055-52 from COS-B data
    Song, L & Lu, T, AcASn, 35, 101 (1994)
  32. Pulsed Gamma Rays from Geminga
    Cheng, K & Ma, Y, Ap&SS, 222, 1 (1994)
  33. Galactic Arm Models of Gamma-Ray Burst Sources
    Smith, I, ApJL, 429, L65 (1994)
  34. Detection of a Flaring Low-Energy Gamma-Ray Source
    Bhattacharya, D & Owens, A, ApJ, 430, 371 (1994)
  35. The Pulsed Hard X-Ray Spectrum of PSR B1509-58
    Matz, S et al., ApJ, 434, 288 (1994)
  36. Gamma Rays from the Geminga Pulsar: Variations with Time and Phase
    Grenier, I et al., ApJS, 90, 813 (1994)
  37. Gamma-Ray Pulsar Studies with COMPTEL
    Hermsen, W et al., ApJS, 92, 559 (1994)
  38. COS-B identification of the new γ pulsar PSR 1055-52
    Song, L & Lu, T, ChA&A, 18, 272 (1994)
  39. The Geminga enigma: how many are there in the gamma-ray sky?
    Helfand, D, MNRAS, 267, 490 (1994)
  40. The γ-ray pulsar PSR 1706-44 and its associated SNR
    McAdam, B, PASAu, 11, 84 (1994)
  41. Search for TeV gamma rays from Geminga
    Vishwanath, P et al., A&A, 267, L5 (1993)
  42. The spectral variability of the gamma-ray emission from Geminga and VELA and its implications
    Grenier, I et al., A&A, 269, 209 (1993)
  43. Cosmic antiprotons in the diffusion model. I — General properties in comparison with other models
    Halm, I et al., A&A, 269, 601 (1993)
  44. Is Geminga a glitching pulsar ?
    Alpar, M et al., A&A, 273, L35 (1993)
  45. Search for short bursts of gamma-ray emission in spark chamber data: application to COS-B
    Buccheri, R et al., A&A, 277, 353 (1993)
  46. Precise measurement of the right ascension of the Geminga pulsar using COS-B data
    Cheng, L et al., A&A, 277, L13 (1993)
  47. EGRET observations of 3C 273
    von Montigny, C et al., A&AS, 97, 101 (1993)
  48. High energy gamma ray emission from open clusters
    Polcaro, V et al., A&AS, 97, 139 (1993)
  49. Diffuse Galactic low energy gamma ray continuum emission
    Skibo, J & Ramaty, R, A&AS, 97, 145 (1993)
  50. Gamma rays from "hidden" millisecond pulsars
    Tavani, M, A&AS, 97, 313 (1993)
  51. COMPTEL observations of the Crab and VELA pulsars
    Bennett, K et al., A&AS, 97, 317 (1993)
  52. Observation of the VELA gamma-ray pulsar with the GAMMA-1 telescope
    Olive, J et al., A&AS, 97, 325 (1993)
  53. Diffuse radiation from cosmic ray interactions in the galaxy
    Berezinsky, V et al., APh, 1, 281 (1993)
  54. Analysis of COS-B and HEAO-B satellite data of the pulsar Geminga
    Ma, Y et al., AcApS, 12, 389 (1993)
  55. Einstein and EXOSAT observations of Geminga revisited
    Mereghetti, S et al., AdSpR, 13, 343 (1993)
  56. Pulsar studies with GRO-COMPTEL
    Buccheri, R et al., AdSpR, 13, 727 (1993)
  57. COMPTEL observations of AGNs
    Steinle, H et al., AdSpR, 13, 731 (1993)
  58. Geminga pulsar observations with gamma-telescope Gamma-1
    Akimov, V et al., AdSpR, 13, 739 (1993)
  59. Possible discovery of threeγ-ray pulsars
    Ma, Y et al., Ap&SS, 201, 113 (1993)
  60. Are PSR 0656+14, PSR 0950+08, and PSR 1822-09 gamma-ray pulsars?
    Brown, L & Hartmann, D, Ap&SS, 209, 285 (1993)
  61. Daily Search for Emission of Ultra--High-Energy Radiation from Point Sources
    Alexandreas, D et al., ApJ, 405, 353 (1993)
  62. Observations of the Crab Pulsar and Nebula by the EGRET Telescope on the Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory
    Nolan, P et al., ApJ, 409, 697 (1993)
  63. Time Variability in the Gamma-Ray Emission of 3C 279
    Kniffen, D et al., ApJ, 411, 133 (1993)
  64. On the Hard X-Ray Variability of Centaurus A
    Jourdain, E et al., ApJ, 412, 586 (1993)
  65. Analysis of COS-B and HEAO-B satellite data of the pulsar Geminga
    Ma, Y et al., ChA&A, 17, 33 (1993)
  66. How robust are the EGRET AGN gamma-ray identifications?
    Ciliegi, P et al., NCimC, 16, 655 (1993)
  67. The proper motion of Geminga’s optical counterpart
    Bignami, G et al., Natur, 361, 704 (1993)
  68. The COS-B X-ray observations of X-ray binaries
    van der Klis, M, SSRv, 62, 173 (1993)
  69. SIGMA observation of a steep spectral shape in NGC 4151 above 35keV
    Jourdain, E et al., A&A, 256, L38 (1992)
  70. Geminga pulsar in COS-B and HEAO-B observations
    Ma, Y et al., AcApS, 12, 389 (1992)
  71. Zeeman Measurements of the Magnetic Fields at the Galactic Center
    Killeen, N et al., ApJ, 385, 585 (1992)
  72. Detection of High-Energy Gamma Radiation from Quasar 3C 279 by the EGRET Telescope on the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory
    Hartman, R et al., ApJL, 385, L1 (1992)
  73. Gamma Radiation from Pulsar Magnetospheric Gaps
    Chiang, J & Romani, R, ApJ, 400, 629 (1992)
  74. SAS 2 Observation of Pulsed High-Energy Gamma Radiation from Geminga
    Mattox, J et al., ApJL, 401, L23 (1992)
  75. Discovery of soft X-ray pulsations from the γ-ray source Geminga
    Halpern, J & Holt, S, Natur, 357, 222 (1992)
  76. Tev Radiation from Galactic Sources
    Weekes, T, SSRv, 59, 315 (1992)
  77. The COS-B X-ray observations of X-ray binaries
    van der Klis, M, SSRv, 62, 173 (1992)
  78. Gamma-pulsar PSR 0833-45 phasogram feature on the base of the “Gamma-2” telescope observations
    Akimov, V et al., SvAL, 18, 126 (1992)
  79. M 82 in gamma-rays
    Akyuz, A et al., A&A, 248, 419 (1991)
  80. Leptonic origin of diffuse galactic high-energy gamma rays — Indications for a varying cosmic ray proton-to-electron ratio
    Pohl, M & Schlickeiser, R, A&A, 252, 565 (1991)
  81. Evidence of an interacting stellar wind and possible high energy emissionin the open cluster Berkeley 87
    Polcaro, V et al., A&A, 252, 590 (1991)
  82. The imaging gamma-ray telescope COMPTEL aboard GRO
    Schoenfelder, V, AdSpR, 11, 313 (1991)
  83. The variable energy-distribution of the gamma-ray emission from Geminga
    Grenier, I et al., AdSpR, 11, 107 (1991)
  84. The two high latitude COS-B γ-ray sources observed by SAS-2 in the >100 MeV energy range
    Yu, K, Ap&SS, 181, 261 (1991)
  85. No Evidence for TeV Gamma Radiation from 2CG 006-00
    Nel, H et al., ApJ, 368, 585 (1991)
  86. Locating Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Sources with Arcminute Accuracy
    Akerlof, C et al., ApJL, 377, L97 (1991)
  87. Simultaneous Correlation Analysis of Combined Gamma-Ray Data
    Yu, K, ApJ, 382, 647 (1991)
  88. The estimation of background production by cosmic rays in high-energy gamma-ray telescopes
    Edwards, H et al., ITNS, 38, 553 (1991)
  89. Gamma rays from millisecond pulsars
    Bhattacharya, D & Srinivasan, G, JApA, 12, 17 (1991)
  90. Gamma-ray emission from millisecond pulsars in globular clusters
    Chen, K, Natur, 352, 695 (1991)
  91. Observation of the pulsar PSR 0833-45 by “GAMMA-1” telescope
    Akimov, V et al., PAZh, 17, 501 (1991)
  92. Manifestations of cosmic ray acceleration in giant molecular clouds
    Dogel’, V & Sharov, G, A&A, 229, 259 (1990)
  93. Towards a proper ultra-high-energy gamma-ray production mechanism in Cygnus X-3
    Mitra, A, A&A, 234, L5 (1990)
  94. Galactic gamma-ray sources in the 40–50 MeV range
    Li, T & Wu, M, AcASn, 31, 390 (1990)
  95. Pulsed gamma-rays from PSR 1951+32
    Li, T et al., AcApS, 9, 298 (1990)
  96. PSR 1820-11: a binary gamma-ray pulsar
    Li, T & Wu, M, AcApS, 10, 194 (1990)
  97. Absorption of gamma rays by X-ray photons around Cygnus X-3
    Li, T et al., AcApS, 10, 291 (1990)
  98. Highlights from the COS-B mission
    Hermsen, W, AdSpR, 10, 69 (1990)
  99. Gamma rays and interstellar gas in the Cepheus region: A new gamma-ray source?
    Grenier, I & Lebrun, F, AdSpR, 10, 81 (1990)
  100. Cos-B gamma-ray sources beyond the predicted diffuse emission
    Mayer-Hasselwander, H & Simpson, G, AdSpR, 10, 89 (1990)
  101. Gamma-ray constraints on the Galactic halo
    Bloemen, J, AdSpR, 10, 199 (1990)
  102. X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy
    Bleeker, J & Hermsen, W, AdSpR 10 (1990)
  103. Observation of the VELA Pulsar, PSR 0833-45, at 0.2--6.0 MeV with the FIGARO II Experiment
    Sacco, B et al., ApJL, 349, L21 (1990)
  104. A New Powerful Test for Periodic Pulsed Emission of High-Energy Photons
    Swanepoel, J & de Beer, C, ApJ, 350, 754 (1990)
  105. CO Observations of the Cepheus Flare. II. Gamma Rays from the Interstellar Gas and a Possible New COS B Source
    Grenier, I & Lebrun, F, ApJ, 360, 129 (1990)
  106. Analysis of the COS B Data for Evidence of Linear Polarization of VELA Pulsar Gamma Rays
    Mattox, J et al., ApJ, 363, 270 (1990)
  107. PSR 1820-11 : A binary gamma-ray pulsar
    Li, T & Wu, M, ChA&A, 14, 356 (1990)
  108. The radiation environment for earth-orbiting astronomical satellites
    Tranquille, C & Daly, E, JBIS, 43, 51 (1990)
  109. Consequences of Gravitational Lensing for Gamma Radiation from 3C273
    Metcalfe, L & McBreen, B, LNP, 360, 163 (1990)
  110. Gamma rays from dark clouds
    Feitzinger, J & Stuewe, J, MNRAS, 242, 395 (1990)
  111. COS-B: The highlights
    Bennett, K, NuPhS, 14, 23 (1990)
  112. TeV and MeV gamma-rays from binary systems
    Raubenheimer, B et al., NuPhS, 14, 117 (1990)
  113. VHE gamma-rays from radio pulsars and cataclysmic variables
    de Jager, O et al., NuPhS, 14, 169 (1990)
  114. 2CG 013 : a ‘monoenergetic’ source of cosmic rays?
    Ozel, M & Ormes, J, A&A, 208, 247 (1989)
  115. Radio measurements in the fields of gamma-ray sources. III. The star formation sigma-Ophiuchi
    Schlickeiser, R et al., A&A, 216, 197 (1989)
  116. An upper limit on the high-energy gamma-ray emission of VELA X-1
    Mattox, J et al., A&A, 226, 145 (1989)
  117. Diffuse galactic gamma-ray emission
    Bloemen, H, ARA&A, 27, 469 (1989)
  118. A Search for Gamma Rays of 1.5--20.0 MeV from Centaurus A
    O’Neill, T et al., ApJ, 339, 78 (1989)
  119. Gamma-Ray Emission in MeV--GeV Region from Cygnus X-3
    Li, T & Wu, M, ApJ, 346, 391 (1989)
  120. High energy gamma-rays from cygnus X-3
    Li, T & Wu, M, ChA&A, 13, 383 (1989)
  121. Gamma Rays from Violent Interstellar Events
    Bloemen, J, LNP, 350, 494 (1989)
  122. Cosmic ray spectra and galactic diffuse gamma-ray emission
    Dogiel, V & Uryson, A, A&A, 197, 335 (1988)
  123. Radio observations in the fields of COS-B gamma ray sources. IV. First quadrant sources
    Ozel, M et al., A&A, 200, 195 (1988)
  124. High resolution cluster method for topological studies of the light curves of gamma-ray pulsars
    Buccheri, R et al., A&A, 201, 194 (1988)
  125. High-energy gamma rays as a probe of cosmic-ray spectral differences throughout the Galaxy. II — A comparison with radio synchrotron emission
    Bloemen, J et al., A&A, 204, 88 (1988)
  126. High energy gamma rays from the VELA pulsar : long-term variability and energy distribution
    Grenier, I et al., A&A, 204, 117 (1988)
  127. The radial distribution of galactic gamma rays. IV. The whole galaxy
    Strong, A et al., A&A, 207, 1 (1988)
  128. Two new results on PSR 0833-45: (1) optical data on its birthplace, and (2) possible polarization in its high energy gamma-ray emission
    Bignami, G, AdSpR, 8, 681 (1988)
  129. Periodicity Search in Sources with Low Count Rate
    Gurin, L et al., Ap&SS, 147, 307 (1988)
  130. Search for Linear Polarization in Gamma-Ray Sources: Possible Evidence for the VELA Pulsar
    Caraveo, P et al., ApJ, 327, 203 (1988)
  131. On the High-Energy Gamma-Ray Signature of Cosmic-Ray Sources
    Ormes, J et al., ApJ, 334, 722 (1988)
  132. Evolution of a Short-Period Gamma-Ray Pulsar Family: Crab, Vela, COS B Source, Gamma-Ray Burst Source
    Ruderman, M & Cheng, K, ApJ, 335, 306 (1988)
  133. The absolute rotation of the milky way
    Brosche, P & Schwan, H, NW, 75, 147 (1988)
  134. Gamma rays, cosmic rays, and local molecular clouds
    Richardson, K, PhD Thesis, 4 (1988)
  135. Gamma-Ray Evidence for Cosmic-Ray Sources
    Rogers, M, PhD Thesis, 6 (1988)
  136. Gamma Rays, Cosmic Rays and Local Molecular Clouds
    Richardson, K, PhD Thesis, 99 (1988)
  137. COS-B views on the diffuse galactic gamma-ray emission and some point sources
    Hermsen, W, SSRv, 49, 17 (1988)
  138. Searching for periods in sources with rare pulses
    Gurin, L et al., SSRv, 49, 207 (1988)
  139. Some tasks of observational gamma-ray astronomy in the energy range 5 400 GeV
    Dogiel, V et al., SSRv, 49, 215 (1988)
  140. Cosmic gamma rays from active galactic nuclei
    Young, E & Yu, K, VA, 31, 579 (1988)
  141. New evidence at X-ray and COS-B gamma-ray frequencies for non-thermalphenomena in Wolf-Rayet stars
    Pollock, A, A&A, 171, 135 (1987)
  142. A detailed analysis of the high energy gamma-ray emission from the Crab pulsar and nebula
    Clear, J et al., A&A, 174, 85 (1987)
  143. High-energy gamma-ray and hard X-ray observations of CYG X-3
    Hermsen, W et al., A&A, 175, 141 (1987)
  144. Cosmic ray gradients in the outer Galaxy
    Mayer, C et al., A&A, 180, 73 (1987)
  145. The final COS-B database — In-flight calibration of sensitivity and instrumental background behaviour
    Strong, A et al., A&AS, 67, 283 (1987)
  146. COS-B upper limit to the greater than 70 MeV gamma-ray flux from a gamma-ray burst event of 1979 November 9
    Sumner, T et al., A&AS, 71, 557 (1987)
  147. Characteristics of Old Neutron Stars in Dense Interstellar Clouds
    Boehringer, H et al., ApJ, 313, 218 (1987)
  148. A Gamma-Ray Constraint on the Nature of Dark Matter
    Silk, J & Bloemen, H, ApJL, 313, L47 (1987)
  149. High-Energy Gamma Rays Probing Cosmic-Ray Spectral Differences thoughout the Galaxy
    Bloemen, J, ApJL, 317, L15 (1987)
  150. Search for very-high-energy gamma-rays from the galactic disk
    Morello, C et al., NCimC, 10, 37 (1987)
  151. Periodic analysis of gamma-ray data
    Protheroe, R, PASAu, 7, 167 (1987)
  152. Supernova Remnants’ Interactions with the Interstellar Medium
    Parkinson, M, PhD Thesis, 7 (1987)
  153. Estimates of the density of dark matter near the center of the Galaxy
    Ipser, J & Sikivie, P, PhRvD, 35, 3695 (1987)
  154. The radial distribution of galactic gamma rays. III — The distribution of cosmic rays in the Galaxy and the CO-H2 calibration
    Bloemen, J et al., A&A, 154, 25 (1986)
  155. Secondary production of neutral pi-mesons and the diffuse galactic gamma radiation
    Dermer, C, A&A, 157, 223 (1986)
  156. Bootstrap sampling — Applications in gamma-ray astronomy
    Simpson, G & Mayer-Hasselwander, H, A&A, 162, 340 (1986)
  157. Consequences of gravitational lensing for gamma radiation from 3C 273
    Metcalfe, L & McBreen, B, A&A, 166, L5 (1986)
  158. The ‘Gamma-1’ telescope for gamma-ray astronomical observations in the 50-5000 MeV energy range
    Avignon, M et al., AZh, 63, 856 (1986)
  159. Pulsed Very High Energy Gamma Rays from the COS B Source 2CG 006-00
    Raubenheimer, B et al., ApJL, 307, L43 (1986)
  160. The utilisation of the Space Station for gamma-ray astronomy
    Carter, J et al., JBIS, 39, 366 (1986)
  161. Galactic gamma rays and the origin of cosmic-ray positrons in the diffusion model
    Dogiel, V & Uryson, A, PAZh, 12, 831 (1986)
  162. High energy X-ray observations of COS-B gamma-ray sources from OSO-8
    Dolan, J et al., A&A, 143, 1 (1985)
  163. The gamma-ray deficit toward the Galactic Center
    Blitz, L et al., A&A, 143, 267 (1985)
  164. Gamma-ray emission from atomic and molecular gas at intermediate galactic latitudes
    Strong, A, A&A, 145, 81 (1985)
  165. The interstellar radiation field and the production of inverse-Compton gamma rays in the Galaxy
    Bloemen, J, A&A, 145, 391 (1985)
  166. COS-B gamma-ray sources and interstellar gas in the first galactic quadrant. Caravane collaboration for the COS-B satellite
    Pollock, A et al., A&A, 146, 352 (1985)
  167. The probable identification of two COS-B gamma-ray sources with molecular clouds compressed by supernova remnants
    Pollock, A, A&A, 150, 339 (1985)
  168. The galactic gamma-ray distribution — Implications for galactic structure and the radial cosmic-ray gradient
    Harding, A & Stecker, F, ApJ, 291, 471 (1985)
  169. Possible contribution of primary gamma-rays to the observed cosmic-ray anisotropy
    Alekseenko, V & Navarra, G, NCimL, 42, 321 (1985)
  170. High energy gamma ray observatories for the study of cosmic ray electrons above 1014 eV
    Stephens, S & Balasubrahmanyan, V, NIMPA, 241, 257 (1985)
  171. Statistical significance of the 59-s periodicity of Geminga and 1EO630 + 178
    Buccheri, R et al., Natur, 316, 131 (1985)
  172. Association of the 6-ms pulsar PSR1953 with the COS-B γ-ray source 2CG065
    Chadwick, P et al., Natur, 317, 236 (1985)
  173. Cygnus X-3 not Seen at High-Energy Gamma-Rays
    Hermsen, W, SSRv, 40, 313 (1985)
  174. A study of the diffuse galactic gamma radiation
    Fichtel, C & Kniffen, D, A&A, 134, 13 (1984)
  175. The radial distribution of galactic gamma rays. II — The distribution of cosmic-ray electrons and nuclei in the outer galaxy
    Bloemen, J et al., A&A, 135, 12 (1984)
  176. The orbital parameters and the X-ray pulsation of VELA X-1 (4U 0900-40)
    van der Klis, M & Bonnet-Bidaud, J, A&A, 135, 155 (1984)
  177. Gamma rays from atomic and molecular gas in the large complex of clouds in Orion and Monoceros
    Bloemen, J et al., A&A, 139, 37 (1984)
  178. The local interstellar electron spectrum — Constraints from gamma ray data
    Gualandris, F & Strong, A, A&A, 140, 357 (1984)
  179. High-resolution radio observations of nonthermal sources in the Rho Ophiuchus dark cloud
    Andrews, M & Basart, J, AJ, 89, 417 (1984)
  180. Rapid short-term pulse-period variations in Vela X-1 (4U 0900-40)
    van der Klis, M & Bonnet-Bidaud, J, AdSpR, 3, 39 (1984)
  181. An identification for GEMINGA: A review of all the available data
    Caraveo, P et al., AdSpR, 3, 77 (1984)
  182. The radial distribution of gamma rays and cosmic rays in the outer Galaxy
    Hermsen, W et al., AdSpR, 3, 83 (1984)
  183. Studies of high-latitude gamma rays
    Strong, A, AdSpR, 3, 87 (1984)
  184. Background-sensitive event selection in the search for gamma-ray sources
    Ozel, M & Mayer-Hasselwander, H, AdSpR, 3, 95 (1984)
  185. Gamma rays from accreting matter onto collapsed objects
    Karakula, S et al., AdSpR, 3, 335 (1984)
  186. The ESA scientific programme
    Bennett, K, AdSpR, 3, 501 (1984)
  187. The galactic distribution of cosmic-ray particles
    Hermsen, W & Bloemen, J, AdSpR, 4, 393 (1984)
  188. An identification for “Geminga” (2CG 195+04) : The optical counterpart of 1E 0630+178, a unique object in the gamma-ray source error box
    Caraveo, P et al., ApJL, 276, L45 (1984)
  189. Is quasar QS 0630+180 found in the gamma-ray error box of CG 195+4 a proton quasar ?
    Schlickeiser, R, ApJ, 277, 485 (1984)
  190. Search for discrete gamma-ray sources emitting at energies greater than 10(exp15) eV
    Samorski, M & Stamm, W, ApJ, 277, 897 (1984)
  191. The radial distribution of galactic gamma-rays. I — Emissivity and extent in the outer galaxy
    Bloemen, J et al., ApJ, 279, 136 (1984)
  192. On the nature of the galactic gamma-ray sources
    Morfill, G et al., ApJ, 284, 856 (1984)
  193. Three gamma-ray sources with large angular sizes
    Li, T, ChJSS, 4, 72 (1984)
  194. Gamma ray astronomy and the COS-B satellite
    Cesarsky, C & Paul, J, Endvr, 8, 9 (1984)
  195. Correlation of gamma-ray fluxes with southern hemisphere CO data
    Riley, P et al., MNRAS, 206, 423 (1984)
  196. Upper limits to the radio pulsation of 1E0630 + 178, indicated as possible X-ray counterpart of the gamma-ray source 2CG195 + 04
    Fauci, F et al., NCimC, 7, 597 (1984)
  197. Evidence for an increasing 59 S period in the X-ray emission from Geminga
    Bignami, G et al., NCimC, 7, 756 (1984)
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  249. Search for gamma-radiation from extragalactic objects using a likelihood method
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  251. Long term X-ray observations of SMC X-1 including a turn-on
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  270. On the Evidence for High Energy γ -ray Emission from the Orion Nebula Stemming from COS-B Observations
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  274. Cos-B X-Ray Observations of CYGNUS-X-3 — an Indications for Apsidal Motion
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  278. Characteristics of the Cen X-3 neutron star from correlated spin-up and X-ray tics luminosity measurements
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  279. Detailed characteristics of the high-energy gamma radiation from PSR 0833-45 measured by COS-B
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  280. COS-B observations of high-energy gamma-ray emission from the Orion cloud complex
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  281. Local gamma rays and cosmic-ray acceleration by supersonic stellar winds
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  285. Satellites we have known and loved — a synopsis of the scientific results to date
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  287. Gas, dust, high energy particles and star formation in the Galactic Center
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  300. Ariel 5 Hard X-Ray Observations
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  301. The use of drift chambers in a telescope for high energy gamma-ray astronomy
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  302. X-ray observations of the variability of Cygnus X-1 in the high state
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  304. Spectral characteristics of the galactic gamma radiation observed by COS-B
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  312. γ-Rays from γ Geminorum?
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  313. Coincidence of compact supernova remnants with three COS-B γ-ray sources
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  314. Possible X-ray counterparts of gamma-ray sources
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  315. Faint X-ray sources detected near COS B γ-ray positions
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  316. Excess N-15 in the Martian atmosphere and cosmic rays in the early solar system
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  319. Observability of gamma-ray pulsars
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  320. COS B observation of high-energy γ radiation from 3C273
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  321. Non-parametric pulsar analysis in the satellite reference frame for long duration experiments; application to the X-gamma ray synchronization of the pulsar NP 0532 as observed by the COS-B satellite
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  322. The satellite project COS-B
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  324. COS-B observations of X-ray emission from Cir X-1
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  325. Increase in the pulsational period of 3U 0900-40
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  326. Search for gamma-ray emission with a 4.8 h periodicity from Cygnus X-3
    Bennett, K et al., A&A, 59, 273 (1977)
  327. Cosmic rays, spiral structure and molecular clouds in the Galaxy
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  328. COS-B observations of pulsed gamma -ray emission from PSR 0531+21 and PSR 0833-45
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  333. New high energy gamma-ray sources observed by COS B
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  334. Cosmic gamma rays
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  335. Galactic structure and gamma radiation
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  336. Gamma-Ray Astrophysics
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  338. COS-B observations of long term variability and absorption phenomena in the X-ray emission from Cen X-3
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  339. The Ability of Cos-B to Measure Gamma-Ray Bursts
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  340. Recent developments in astronomy
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  341. Fast electronics for scintillation counter systems in space experiments
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  342. Orbital requirements for an Astronomical Roentgen Observatory Satellite
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  343. High-energy astronomy
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  345. The capability of COS-B to measure cosmic gamma ray bursts
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