PAMELA publications

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2019

  • Marcelli, N. et al. “Time Dependence Of The Helium Flux Measured By Pamela”. EPJ Web Conf. 209 (2019): 01004. Web.
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2018

  • Bruno, A. et al. “Solar Energetic Particle Events Observed By The Pamela Mission”. The Astrophysical Journal 862.2 (2018): 97. Web.
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  • Menn, W. et al. “Lithium And Beryllium Isotopes With The Pamela Experiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 862.2 (2018): 141. Web.
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  • Martucci, M. et al. “Proton Fluxes Measured By The Pamela Experiment From The Minimum To The Maximum Solar Activity For Solar Cycle 24”. The Astrophysical Journal 854.1 (2018): L2. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Unexpected Cyclic Behavior In Cosmic-Ray Protons Observed By Pamela At 1 Au”. The Astrophysical Journal of Letter 852.L28 (2018): n. pag. Web.
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  • Munini, R. et al. “Evidence Of Energy And Charge Sign Dependence Of The Recovery Time For The 2006 December Forbush Event Measured By The Pamela Experiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 853.1 (2018): 76. Web.
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2017

  • Galper, A M et al. “The Pamela Experiment: A Decade Of Cosmic Ray Physics In Space”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 798 (2017): 012033. Web.
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  • Adriani, O., and et al. “Ten Years Of Pamela In Space”. La rivista del Nuovo Cimento 10 (2017): 473-522. Web.
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  • Felice, V. Di et al. “New Evidence For Charge-Sign-Dependent Modulation During The Solar Minimum Of 2006 To 2009”. The Astrophysical Journal 834.1 (2017): 89. Web.
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  • Bruno, A. et al. “Geomagnetically Trapped, Albedo And Solar Energetic Particles: Trajectory Analysis And Flux Reconstruction With Pamela”. Advances in Space Research 60.4 (2017): 788 - 795. Web.
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2016

  • Koldobskiy, S.A. et al. “Deuteron Spectrum Measurements Under Radiation Belt With Pamela Instrument”. Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings 273-275 (2016): 2345--2347. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Time Dependence Of The Electron And Positron Components Of The Cosmic Radiation Measured By The Pamela Experiment Between July 2006 And December 2015”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 116.24 (2016): 241105. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Pamela's Measurements Of Geomagnetic Cutoff Variations During The 14 December 2006 Storm”. Space Weather 14.3 (2016): 210-220. Web.
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  • Koldobskiy, S A et al. “Features Of Re-Entrant Albedo Deuteron Trajectories In Near Earth Orbit With Pamela Experiment”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 675.3 (2016): 032007. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Measurements Of Cosmic-Ray Hydrogen And Helium Isotopes With Thepamelaexperiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 818.1 (2016): 68. Web.
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  • Karelin, A.V. et al. “The High Energy Cosmic Ray Particle Spectra Measurements With The Pamela Calorimeter”. Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings 273-275 (2016): 275--281. Web.
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2015

  • Malakhov, V V et al. “Time Variations Of Proton Flux In Earth Inner Radiation Belt During 23/24 Solar Cycles Based On The Pamela And The Arina Data”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 632 (2015): 012069. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Trapped Proton Fluxes At Low Earth Orbits Measured By Thepamelaexperiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 799.1 (2015): L4. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Reentrant Albedo Proton Fluxes Measured By The Pamela Experiment”. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 120.5 (2015): 3728-3738. Web.
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  • Koldobskiy, S A et al. “Study Of Deuteron Spectra Under Radiation Belt With Pamela Instrument”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 632 (2015): 012060. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Search For Anisotropies In Cosmic-Ray Positrons Detected By The Pamela Experiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 811.1 (2015): 21. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “New Upper Limit On Strange Quark Matter Abundance In Cosmic Rays With The Pamela Space Experiment”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 115.11 (2015): 111101. Web.
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  • Potgieter, M. S. et al. “Modulation Of Galactic Electrons In The Heliosphere During The Unusual Solar Minimum Of 2006Textendash2009: A Modeling Approach”. The Astrophysical Journal 810.2 (2015): 141. Web.
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  • Usoskin, I.G. et al. “Force-Field Parameterization Of The Galactic Cosmic Ray Spectrum: Validation For Forbush Decreases”. Advances in Space Research 55.12 (2015): 2940--2945. Web.
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  • Panico, B. et al. “Search For A Positron Anisotropy With Pamela Experiment”. ASTRA Proceedings 2 (2015): 17--20. Web.
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  • Karelin, A. et al. “The Large-Scale Anisotropy With The Pamela Calorimeter”. ASTRA Proceedings 2 (2015): 35--37. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Time Dependence Of Thee-Flux Measured Bypameladuring The 2006 Julytextendash2009 December Solar Minimum”. The Astrophysical Journal 810.2 (2015): 142. Web.
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  • Mayorov, A.G. et al. “Splash And Re-Entrant Albedo Fluxes Measured In The Pamela Experiment”. Physics Procedia 74 (2015): 314 - 319. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Pamela's Measurements Of Magnetospheric Effects On High-Energy Solar Particles”. The Astrophysical Journal 801.1 (2015): L3. Web.
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  • Mori, N. et al. “The Pamela Experiment And Cosmic Ray Observations”. Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings 265-266 (2015): 242--244. Web.
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  • Karelin, A. V. et al. “Measurement Of The Large-Scale Anisotropy Of Cosmic Rays In The Pamela Experiment”. JETP Letters 101.5 (2015): 295--298. Web.
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  • Karelin, A. V. et al. “Detection Of A Change In The North-South Ratio Of Count Rates Of Particles Of High-Energy Cosmic Rays During A Change In The Polarity Of The Magnetic Field Of The Sun”. JETP Letters 101.4 (2015): 228--231. Web.
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2014

  • Picozza, P., and L. Marcelli. “Electron Cosmic Ray Measurements In Space”. Astroparticle Physics 53 (2014): 160--165. Web.
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  • Boezio, M. et al. “The Pamela Experiment And Antimatter In The Universe”. Hyperfine Interactions 228.1 (2014): 101--109. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “The Pamela Mission: Heralding A New Era In Precision Cosmic Ray Physics”. Physics Reports 544.4 (2014): 323--370. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Measurement Of Boron And Carbon Fluxes In Cosmic Rays With The Pamela Experiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 791.2 (2014): 93. Web.
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  • Martucci, M. et al. “Analysis On H Spectral Shape During The Early 2012 Seps With The Pamela Experiment”. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 742 (2014): 158 - 161. Web.
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  • Panico, B. et al. “A Method To Detect Positron Anisotropies With Pamela Data”. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 256-257 (2014): 173 - 178. Web.
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2013

  • Adriani, O. et al. “Cosmic-Ray Positron Energy Spectrum Measured By Pamela”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 111.8 (2013): 081102. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Measurement Of The Flux Of Primary Cosmic Ray Antiprotons With Energies Of 60 Mev To 350 Gev In The Pamela Experiment”. JETP Letters 96.10 (2013): 621--627. Web.
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  • Giaccari, U. et al. “Anisotropy Studies In The Cosmic Ray Proton Flux With The Pamela Experiment”. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 239-240 (2013): 123--128. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Measurements Of Cosmic-Ray Proton And Helium Spectra With The Pamela Calorimeter”. Advances in Space Research 51.2 (2013): 219--226. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Measurement Of The Isotopic Composition Of Hydrogen And Helium Nuclei In Cosmic Rays With The Pamela Experiment”. The Astrophysical Journal 770.1 (2013): 2. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Time Dependence Of The Proton Flux Measured By Pamela During The 2006 July-2009 December Solar Minimum”. The Astrophysical Journal 765.2 (2013): 91. Web.
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2012

  • Sparvoli, R. “Main Results From The Pamela Space Experiment After Five Years In Flight”. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 692 (2012): 29 - 33. Web.
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  • Ricci, M. “Main Results Of The Pamela Space Experiment After 5 Years In Orbit”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 375.5 (2012): 052011. Web.
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2011

  • Mocchiutti, E. et al. “Pamela And Electrons”. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 630.1 (2011): 28 - 35. Web.
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  • Mocchiutti, E. et al. “Results From Pamela”. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 217.1 (2011): 243 - 248. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Pamela Measurements Of Cosmic-Ray Proton And Helium Spectra”. Science 332.6025 (2011): 69--72. Web.
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  • De Simone, N et al. “Latitudinal And Radial Gradients Of Galactic Cosmic Ray Protons In The Inner Heliosphere - Pamela And Ulysses Observations”. Astrophysics and Space Sciences Transactions 7 (2011): 425-434. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “The Discovery Of Geomagnetically Trapped Cosmic-Ray Antiprotons”. The Astrophysical Journal 737.2 (2011): L29. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Cosmic-Ray Electron Flux Measured By The Pamela Experiment Between 1 And 625 Gev”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 106.20 (2011): 201101. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Observations Of The 2006 December 13 And 14 Solar Particle Events In The 80 Mev Ntextendash1-3 Gev Ntextendash1Range From Space With The Pamela Detector”. The Astrophysical Journal 742.2 (2011): 102. Web.
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  • Marcelli, L. “Identification Of The Light Nuclei Component Of Cosmic Rays With The Pamela Experiment”. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 630.1 (2011): 58--62. Web.
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2010

  • Adriani, O. et al. “A Statistical Procedure For The Identification Of Positrons In The Pamela Experiment”. Astroparticle Physics 34.1 (2010): 1--11. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Pamela Results On The Cosmic-Ray Antiproton Flux From 60 Mev To 180 Gev In Kinetic Energy”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 105.12 (2010): 121101. Web.
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2009

  • Adriani, O. et al. “New Measurement Of The Antiproton-To-Proton Flux Ratio Up To 100 Gev In The Cosmic Radiation”. Phys. Rev. Lett. 102.5 (2009): 051101. Web.
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  • Campana, D. et al. “Capability Of The Pamela Time-Of-Flight To Identify Light Nuclei: Results From A Beam Test Calibration”. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 598.3 (2009): 696--701. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “Measurements Of Quasi-Trapped Electron And Positron Fluxes With Pamela”. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 114.A12 (2009): n. pag. Web.
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  • Boezio, M et al. “Pamela And Indirect Dark Matter Searches”. New Journal of Physics 11.10 (2009): 105023. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “An Anomalous Positron Abundance In Cosmic Rays With Energies 1.5–100 Gev”. Nature 458 (2009): 607--. Web.
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  • Adriani, O. et al. “The Pamela Space Mission”. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 188 (2009): 296 - 298. Web.
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2007

  • Picozza, P. et al. “Pamela – A Payload For Antimatter Matter Exploration And Light-Nuclei Astrophysics”. Astroparticle Physics 27.4 (2007): 296 - 315. Web.
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