Cosmic rays include various high energy particles, and they create a shower of secondary radiation upon impact with the Moon or a spacecraft's shielding.
What does HEP stand for?
HEP stands for High Energy Particle
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 154 other meanings of HEP in our Acronym Attic
- Head End Processor (ATM)
- Head-End Power
- Health, Education and Enforcement Partnership (Canada)
- Heterogeneous Element Processor
- Heterogeneous Multiprocessor
- Hic Est Positus/Posita (Latin: Here He/She Was Laid, epigraphy)
- Hierosolyma Est Perdita (Latin: Jerusalem Is Lost; pogrom attacker cry)
- High Efficiency Particulate (air filters)
- High Egg Passage (vaccine production)
- High Encryption Pack (Microsoft)
- High Energy Physics
- High School Equivalency Program
- High-Explosive Plastic
- Higher Education Perspectives (journal; Canada)
- Higher Education Program (various organizations)
- Hispanic Employment Program
- Home Equity Prepayment
- Home Exercise Plan (health care)
- Home Exercise Program (physical therapy)
- Hospital Education Program (University of Virginia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
After D:Ream disbanded in 1997, Cox was awarded his PhD in high energy particle physics.
Various topics such as atomic, molecular and plasma physics, applied physics, condensed matter and statistical physics, nuclear physics and high energy particle physics, physics education and philosophy, as well as mathematical physics, astrophysics and cosmology will be discussed during the congress, sources noted.
He was an internationally recognized Japanese scientist who contributed significantly to the field of high energy particle irradiation effects in metals.
The sun tends to be very energetic and active every 11 years and kicks out high energy particles which are channelled to earth along magnetic fields," he said.
Specific topics include narrow plasmas streams as a candidate to populate the inner magnetosphere, quick response of the near-earth magnetotail to changes in the interplanetary magnetic field, energetic electron response to magnetic storms, experimental data on the dynamics of the earth's radiation belt, injection of energetic ions during substorms, substorm associated spikes in high energy particle precipitation, and ring current behavior as revealed by energetic proton precipitation.