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Van Allen

[van al-uh n] /væn ˈæl ən/
James Alfred, 1914–2006, U.S. physicist and space scientist. Unabridged
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Van Allen

/væn ˈælən/
James Alfred. 1914–2006, US physicist, noted for his use of satellites to investigate cosmic radiation in the upper atmosphere
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name of radiation belts around the Earth (and certain other planets), 1939, from U.S. physicist James A. Van Allen (1914-2006), who reported them in 1958.

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