Eugene Woodville Cowan

1948-1986 Physics California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
cosmic rays, air-pollution, earth's magnetism
"Eugene Woodville Cowan"

( 1920 - 2010)
Cowan, Eugene Woodville, Cloud-chamber observations of cosmic rays at high altitude. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (1948).

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Carl D. Anderson grad student 1948 Caltech
 (Cloud-chamber observations of cosmic rays at high altitude.)


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Carl Albert Rouse grad student 1956 Caltech (Astronomy Tree)
David Paul Carico grad student 1990 Caltech
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Cowan EW, Matthews K. (1971) Cosmic-ray interactions at 1011 - 1013 eV Physical Review D. 4: 37-45
Cowan EW, Moe MK. (1967) Cosmic rays as a high-energy particle source Review of Scientific Instruments. 38: 874-878
Cowan EW. (1966) Stereoscopic viewer for measuring positions and angles in three dimensions Review of Scientific Instruments. 37: 1004-1006
Cowan EW. (1955) Traveling-glow-discharge counter tube Review of Scientific Instruments. 26: 988-989
Van Lint VAJ, Anderson CD, Cowan EW, et al. (1954) Cloud-chamber observations of some unusual neutral V particles having light secondaries Physical Review. 94: 1732-1735
Cowan EW. (1954) A V-decay event with a heavy negative secondary, and identification of the secondary V-decay event in a cascade Physical Review. 94: 161-166
Cowan EW. (1953) A compact rear-illumination system for cloud chambers Review of Scientific Instruments. 24: 1104-1106
COWAN EW. (1950) Continuously sensitive diffusion cloud chambers. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 21: 991-6
Seriff AJ, Leighton RB, Hsiao C, et al. (1950) Cloud-chamber observations of the new unstable cosmic-ray particles Physical Review. 78: 290-291
Adams RV, Anderson CD, Cowan EW. (1949) Observations of cosmic rays at high altitudes Reviews of Modern Physics. 21: 72-75
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