Edward C. Stone

1964- Physics California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
planetary science and space exploration
"Edward Stone"


Mean distance: 14.77


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John Alexander Simpson grad student 1964 Chicago
 (Low energy cosmic-ray protons.)


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Stephen S. Murray grad student 1971 Caltech (Astronomy Tree)
Neil Gehrels grad student 1982 Caltech (Astronomy Tree)
Ryan C. Ogliore grad student 2007 Caltech
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Binns WR, Israel MH, Christian ER, et al. (2016) Observation of the 60Fe nucleosynthesis-clock isotope in galactic cosmic rays. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Zank GP, Hunana P, Mostafavi P, et al. (2015) DIFFUSIVE SHOCK ACCELERATION and RECONNECTION ACCELERATION PROCESSES Astrophysical Journal. 814
Gurnett DA, Kurth WS, Stone EC, et al. (2015) PRECURSORS to INTERSTELLAR SHOCKS of SOLAR ORIGIN Astrophysical Journal. 809
Senanayake UK, Florinski V, Cummings AC, et al. (2015) Spectral evolution of anomalous cosmic rays at voyager 1 beyond the termination shock Astrophysical Journal. 804
Florinski V, Stone EC, Cummings AC, et al. (2015) Energetic particle anisotropies at the heliospheric boundary. II. transient features and rigidity dependence Astrophysical Journal. 803
Webber WR, McDonald FB, Cummings AC, et al. (2015) Sudden intensity increases and radial gradient changes of cosmic ray MeV electrons and protons observed at Voyager 1 beyond 111 AU in the heliosheath Geophysical Research Letters. 39
Binns WR, Bose RG, Braun DL, et al. (2014) THE SuperTIGER instrument: Measurement of elemental abundances of ultra-heavy galactic cosmic rays Astrophysical Journal. 788
McComas DJ, Alexander N, Angold N, et al. (2014) Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (ISIS): Design of the Energetic Particle Investigation Space Science Reviews
Richardson IG, von Rosenvinge TT, Cane HV, et al. (2014) > 25 MeV Proton Events Observed by the High Energy Telescopes on the STEREO A and B Spacecraft and/or at Earth During the First ~ Seven Years of the STEREO Mission Solar Physics. 289: 3059-3107
Stone EC, Cummings AC, McDonald FB, et al. (2013) Voyager 1 observes low-energy galactic cosmic rays in a region depleted of heliospheric ions. Science (New York, N.Y.). 341: 150-3
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