CGRO


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CGROCompton Gamma-Ray Observatory
CGROCoalition for Gay Rights in Ontario (Canada)
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Before CGRO, many scientists thought these very energetic types of radiation could be generated only near the Sun, or in black holes, large galaxies, or neutron stars.
In February 1975, the Globe and Mail (1975a) reported CGRO had called on the provincial government to provide nonbiased education and to develop "a program on homosexuality in sex education courses from grades 7 to 13.
GLAST's primary instrument is expected to be about 30 times more sensitive to gamma ray sources than the Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) used aboard CGRO.
LAT is the modern-day version of the Energetic Gamma-Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) instrument, which flew more than a decade ago on CGRO.
Quashnock and Lamb started looking more closely at the CGRO data to try make sense of it.