Catalog of Solar Particle Events 1955–1969: Prepared under by H. W. Dodson, E. R. Hedeman, R. W. Kreplin, M. J. Martres,

By H. W. Dodson, E. R. Hedeman, R. W. Kreplin, M. J. Martres, V. N. Obridko, M. A. Shea, D. F. Smart, H. Tanaka (auth.), Z. à vestka, P. Simon (eds.)

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16 Pr (37) (8) lOh Ll2 ~llh [ 09 h 35 m (l8)lOh05 m (26) PCA Source: • flare 0843 120 09 h 33 m 09 h45 m/lOhLlI Wll 62->96 h c McM 5615 3 3d 03 hLl3 3dOO h Pr> 25 MeV PCA 16 h (2) Source: "'-sc 2d 2313 68 1960 Apr. 3, Apr. 4 1960 April 5 [fix + [min EXPL 7 VHF+ RIOM PCA Pr>30MeV PCA [min PION 5 PCA Pr>25 MeV Source: • flare < 0215 NI2 events in Appendix A ~04h 120 04 h <06 h 15 m [ 07 h Oom(2)08 h 50 m 07 h (8)-lOh

6 S14 W44 (1,3,16, 18,19,30) (2,12, ree. 95) (43,97) McM 4634 I-min Source: • flare <0259 (3,19) weak McM 4578 0I hOOm(18}-03 h [min 1958 (1,3,10, 16,23,30) MeM 4578 '13 h 45 m (3) PCA N16 48-n h 14h June 6 Source: 0 flare 0436 X (1) 0 23 h(1 )-Sd08 h 15 m(23) PCA I-min 44 68 h 40-60h ~23h June 4 Source: • flare <2147 43 18 h (1,3,10, 39) (2) (12,23,30, ree. 95 (1,3,16, 19,23,30) (48) MeM 4686 August 21 X20 192h (inel. 5-3 dB (3,30) (2,12, ree. 95) (3,6,30) (48) MeM4708 August 26 RIOM + VHF 1958 15 h 30m (2) <23 d 04h 3

1960 Sept. 25 1960 September 26 event in Appendix A (1)(2) 0 07 h RIOM+[-min PCA 07 h ( 15)-09h -2dB Rocket Pr> 14MeV flight 27 d 14h44m -7Pr Source: • flare 0525 S22 W64 1+ McM 5858 Note in Appendix A that (35) gives the PCA onset as early as 25 d 21 h. (3,15, 18, 39) (55) PART 1 46 85 1960 I-fix f-min x (I) 0 ? October 3-4 3d l6 h 4 d I2 h {l5)-16 h PCA PCA (35) (3, IS) Source: 0 gradual GMS begins 4 d 14h; this event is sequential with Events SO+SI and July 14 (Appendix A) 86 1960 Oct. 11 1960 October 29 I-fix + f-min event in Appendix A -12 h X (l) 0 n-192 h 12h(35) PCA weak (3,35) Source: e flare 1026 N22 E27 3 McM 5909 increase in GMS intensity at -12 h o 87 1960 -ISh November 10 X (I) 0 ISh >24h PCA f-fix (35) (This event is unconfirmed and should be listed in Appendix A.

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