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Imagine the Universe! Dictionary

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... majority of them pass completely through the Earth without interacting. neutron A particle with approximately the mass of a proton , but zero charge, commonly found in the nucleus of atoms . neutron star The imploded core of a massive star ...


NASA's Cosmicopia -- Sun -- Solar Wind

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... of the turbulent cascade in interplanetary space -- ACE News March 11, 2010: New merged data set for enhanced solar wind proton data from ACE -- ACE News March 11, 2010: Solar wind pulses help blow away martian atmosphere -- Astronomy ...


Positive Ions

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... types Hydrogen , the simplest atom, has one electron. When that electron is removed, we get the simplest positive ion, the " proton "; like the electron, it is a fundamental par-ticle, but 1836 times heavier. The chemical symbol for ...


Positive Ions

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... types Hydrogen , the simplest atom, has one electron. When that electron is removed, we get the simplest positive ion, the " proton "; like the electron, it is a fundamental par-ticle, but 1836 times heavier. The chemical symbol for ...


NASA's Cosmicopia -- Glossary OP

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... a previously slowed particle to determine its mass. Post-acceleration is used in the SWICS instrument on the ACE spacecraft. Proton The positively charged part of an atom. The number of protons determines which element the particle is. It ...


Solar Physics Glossary

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... the center to the edge of the pastry ( not from the center of the hole). See also Toroidal Radius . Proton A positively charged elementary particle. A proton is 1836 times heavier than an electron . Pulsar A neutron star (burnt-out star) ...


NASA's Cosmicopia -- Glossary OP

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... a previously slowed particle to determine its mass. Post-acceleration is used in the SWICS instrument on the ACE spacecraft. Proton The positively charged part of an atom. The number of protons determines which element the particle is. It ...


Imagine the Universe! Dictionary

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... A negatively charged particle commonly found in the outer layers of atoms. The electron has only 0.0005 the mass of the proton . electron volt The change of potential energy exp-erienced by an electron moving from a place where the ...


The Proton 1 & 2 satellite missions

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... Ask an Astrophysicist Dictionary Resources Feedback Imagine Home  |  Satellites and Data | Current Page Proton 1 & Proton 2 Mission Overview Proton 1 was launched 16 July 1965 by the USSR into an orbit with apogee 589 km, perigee 183 ...


LWS TR&T Focus Teams

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... and now possible to combine studies of various magnetospheric processes that populate the ring current, electron and proton radiation belts and to identify the important missing ingredients of both physics and measurements. This includes ...


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