Gamma-Ray Astronomy: The Newest and Most Difficult Form of Astronomy, Yielding New Discoveries from the UNH-operated Compton Gamma-ray Astronomy


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James Ryan

James Ryan, Ph.D., U. of California, Riverside, is a professor of physics and earth, oceans, and space at the University of New Hampshire. His research interests include terrestrial, solar, and astrophysical cosmic and gamma rays.

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