Preliminary results from nuclear decay experiments performed during the solar eclipse of August 1, 2008. Javorsek II, D., Kerford, J., Stewart, C., Buncher, J., Fischbach, E., Gruenwald, J., Heim, J., Hoft, A., Horan, T., Jenkins, J., Kohler, M., Lee, R., Longman, A., Mattes, J., Mohsinally, T., Morreale, B., Morris, D., Mudry, R., Newport, J., O'Keefe, D., Petrelli, M., Silver, M., Sturrock, P., Terry, B., & Willenberg, H. In AIP Conference Proceedings, volume 1265, 2010.
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Recent developments in efforts to determine the cause of anomalous experimental nuclear decay fluctuations suggest a possible solar influence. Here we report on the preliminary results from several nuclear decay experiments performed at Thule Air Base in Greenland during the Solar Eclipse that took place on 1 August 2008. Because of the high northern latitude and time of year, the Sun never set and thereby provided relatively stabilized conditions for nearly all environmental factors. An exhaustive list of relevant factors were monitored during the eclipse to help rule out possible systematic effects due to external influences. In addition to the normal temperature, pressure, humidity, and cloud cover associated with the outside ambient observations, we included similar measurements within the laboratory along with monitoring of the power supply output, local neutron count rates, and the Earth's local magnetic and electric fields. © 2010 American Institute of Physics.
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 author = {Javorsek II, D. and Kerford, J.L. and Stewart, C.A. and Buncher, J.B. and Fischbach, E. and Gruenwald, J.T. and Heim, J. and Hoft, A.W. and Horan, T.J. and Jenkins, J.H. and Kohler, M. and Lee, R.H. and Longman, A. and Mattes, J.J. and Mohsinally, T. and Morreale, B. and Morris, D.B. and Mudry, R. and Newport, J.R. and O'Keefe, D. and Petrelli, M.A. and Silver, M.A. and Sturrock, P.A. and Terry, B. and Willenberg, H.},
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