This Catalog originated as a common enterprise of solar physicists and space scientists under the auspices of the Second Working ...
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This Catalog originated as a common enterprise of solar physicists and space scientists under the auspices of the Second Working Group of the Inter-Union Commission of Solar Terrestrial Physics (IUCSTP). It is a pleasure to acknowledge the support we received from the IUCSTP president, Dr H. Friedman, and the IUCSTPSecretary, Dr E. R. Dyer during the several years we have spent on this project. The aim of our work has been to assemble all observations of particle events from the first PCA observation in 1955 through two solar cycle maxima up to the end of 1969, in order to preserve these data from the first epoch of the space era in a concise form for use in the future. Because the techniques of observation have very much improved in the present solar cycle, there is a tendency to consider the observations before 1964 as incomplete and out-of-date; one must not forget, however, that the 19th solar cycle greatly differed from cycle No. 20 in the level of its activity, and also may have been the last cycle of strong activity for many decades to come. Therefore, the particle event observations before 1964 'should be compiled in a consistent manner for comparison with later observations, and we believe that the Catalog achieves this. The rapid development of the exploration techniques necessarily results in a significant amount of inhomogeneity in the Catalog, as increasingly smaller events were detected. Inhalt 1.- Appendix A.- 2.- 3.- Appendix B.- 27-day Index.- Appendix 1 to the Introduction - Electron Contamination.- Appendix 2 to the Introduction - Criteria for the Association of Solar Phenomena with the Particle Events.- Appendix 3 to the Introduction - Sensitivity Levels of the Various Detectors.- 1 Catalog of Solar Particle Events, 1955-1969.- Appendix A - List of Unconfirmed and Low-Energy Proton Events and of Pure Electron Events, Omitted in Part 1.- 2 List of Flares which have been Identified as Sources of Particle Events.- References to Parts 1 and 2 and Appendix A.- 3 Maps of Selected Active Regions which were Sources of Particle Events.- Appendix B - List of Active Regions which were Sources of Particle Events.- References to Part 3 and Appendix B.- 27-day Index of Solar Particle Events, 1955-1969.
Catalog of Solar Particle Events 1955-1969
Prepared under the Auspices of Working Group 2 of the Inter-Union Commission on Solar-Terrestrial Physics