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Earliest Background

92-cm Spin Flip

Deuterium in the Sun

Ultraviolet Deuterium

Deuterated Molecules

Theoretical Nucleosynthesis

Deuterium in the Orion Nebula

Deuterium and QSOs (Quasi-Stellar Objects)

KNAC(Keck Northeastern Astronomy COnsortium) papers


Earliest Background


Stanley, G. J.; Price, R. 1956, "An Investigation of Monochromatic Radio Emission of Deuterium from the Galaxy," Letter to the Editor, Nature 177, 4522 (1956)

Getmanzev, G.C.; Stankevitch, K. S.; Troitzky, V. S.; 1957, "Detection of the spectral line of deuterium from the centre of the galaxy on the wave-length of 91.6 cm," Radio astronomy, Proceedings from 4th IAU Symposium. International Astronomi cal Union. Symposium no. 4, Edited by Hendrik Christoffel Van de Hulst. Cambridge University Press, p.90

Adgie, R. L.; 1959, "An attempt to detect the 327-Mc/s line of galactic deuterium," Paris Symposium on Radio Astronomy, IAU Symposium no. 9 and URSI Symposium no. 1, held 30 July - 6 August, 1958. Edited by Ronald N. Bracewell. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA, 1959., p.352

Weinreb, S.; 1962, "A New Upper Limit to the Galactic Deuterium-to-Hydrogen Ratio,"Letter to the Editor, Nature, Vol. 195, pp. 367.