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The Very high path of a proton with 10" eV energy or above has a ra- energies
dius of curvature comparable to or larger than the thickness of the galactic disc.
At such energies, if the particles originate in the disc, more of them should appear
Some of its active regions emit streams of particles with low energy, around 10 to
50 MeV, for several months. This continuous solar production makes it difficult to
distinguish between particles of solar and of galactic origin at low energies.
The mass of the ^Ameson was determined from the energy spectrum of photons
in the upper atmosphere, although because -^"-mesons exist so briefly and are
neutral, they could not be detected directly in nature but were discovered in 1950
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