Yash Pal

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1968 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Bombay University 
Area:
cosmic rays
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http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1958PhDT........15P

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Bruno Benedetto Rossi grad student 1958 MIT
 (Decay and interaction of neutral strange particles produced at cosmotron energies)
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Yodh GB, Pal Y, Trefil JS. (1973) Comment on the evidence for rapidly rising p-p total cross section from cosmic-ray data Physical Review D. 8: 3233-3236
Yodh GB, Pal Y, Trefil JS. (1972) Evidence for rapidly rising - Total cross section from cosmic-ray data Physical Review Letters. 28: 1005-1008
Lund N, Peters B, Cowsik R, et al. (1970) On the isotopic composition of primary cosmic ray nuclei Physics Letters B. 31: 553-556
Cowsik R, Pal Y, Rengarajan TN. (1970) A search for a consistent model for the electromagnetic spectrum of the Crab nebula Astrophysics and Space Science. 6: 390-395
Cowsik R, Pal Y. (1969) Galactic X Rays and Gamma Rays Physical Review Letters. 23: 1467-1468
Cowsik R, Pal Y. (1969) Possible origin of high-energy cosmic gamma rays? Physical Review Letters. 22: 550-551
Chitre SM, Pal Y. (1968) Limit on variation of e2 with time Physical Review Letters. 20: 278-279
Cowsik R, Pal Y, Tandon SN, et al. (1967) Steady state of cosmic-ray nuclei their spectral shape and path length at low energies Physical Review. 158: 1238-1242
Cowsik R, Pal Y, Tandon SN, et al. (1966) 3°K blackbody radiation and leakage lifetime of cosmic-ray electrons Physical Review Letters. 17: 1298-1300
Pal Y, Tandon SN. (1966) Primary cosmic-ray spectrum at high energies and spectra of γ rays and muons in the atmosphere Physical Review. 151: 1071-1075
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