Abstract

A discussion of the spectral distribution and intensity of the radiation fluxes from various sources contributing to the radiation environment of interplanetary space is presented. The radiation from both the quiet and disturbed sun is described in some detail and current estimates of radiation from other sources are given.

© 1962 Optical Society of America

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