Kenneth Brecher

Astronomy Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Neutron stars; high-energy astrophysics; cosmology and relativity; historical astronomy.
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Philip Morrison grad student 1969 MIT
 (Background radiation in evolving cosmological models.)
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Bardar EM, Brecher K. (2007) Project LITE Educational Materials and Their Effectiveness as Measured by the Light and Spectroscopy Concept Inventory Astronomy Education Review. 6: 85-98
Bardar EM, Prather EE, Brecher K, et al. (2006) Development and Validation of the Light and Spectroscopy Concept Inventory Astronomy Education Review. 5: 103-113
Bardar EM(, Prather EE, Brecher K, et al. (2005) The Need for a Light and Spectroscopy Concept Inventory for Assessing Innovations in Introductory Astronomy Survey Courses Astronomy Education Review. 4: 20-27
Mastichiadis A, Brecher K, Marscher AP. (1987) Electromagnetic cascades in the magnetosphere of a very young pulsar - A model for the positron production near the Galactic center The Astrophysical Journal. 314: 88
Mastichiadis A, Marscher AP, Brecher K. (1986) Electron-positron pair production by ultrarelativistic electrons in a soft photon field The Astrophysical Journal. 300: 178
Marscher AP, Brecher K, Wheaton WA, et al. (1984) Search for 511 keV electron-positron annihilation radiation from mildly active galaxies using the HEAO 3 gamma-ray spectrometer The Astrophysical Journal. 281: 566
Brecher K, Burrows A. (1980) Gamma-ray lines from accreting neutron stars The Astrophysical Journal. 240: 642
Brecher K, Burrows A. (1980) On the neutrino cooling of quark stars The Astrophysical Journal. 236: 241
Brecher K, Brecher A, Morrison P, et al. (1979) Is there a ring around the Sun? [2] Nature. 282: 50-52
Brecher K, Morrison P, Sadun A. (1977) X-ray bursters and dwarf novae - A correspondence The Astrophysical Journal. 217: L139
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