Publications

     

    1. The world should establish an early warning system for new viral infectious diseases by space-weather monitoring   2020 
    2. Microorganisms in the Clouds of Venus   2020  Advances in Astrophysics
    3. The world should establish an early warning system for new viral infectious diseases by space weather monitoring   2020  MedComm
    4. Did the Human Genetic Lineage Start with Comet Impacts at the End of the Eocene?   2020  Advances in Astrophysics
    5. Intelligent messages in bacterial DNA – a sequel to SETI?   2020 
    6. Microorganisms in the Clouds of Venus   2020  Advances in Astrophysics
    7. The Search for Bacteria and Viruses in the Stratosphere   2020  Advances in Astrophysics
    8. Did COVID-19 arrive from a cometary fragment that hit China last year?   2020  LIFE & DISEASE FROM SPACE
    9. Buddhism, Spirituality, Science and the interconnectedness of all things   2020 
    10. Space Education and Strategic Applications   2020 
    11. Intercontinental Spread of COVID-19 on Global Wind Systems   2020  Virology: Current Research
    12. Predicting the Future Trajectory of COVID-19  2020   Virology: Current Research
    13. On the Fragility of Empires and Paradigms  2020   Virology: Current Research
    14. Growing Evidence against Global Infection-Driven by Person-to-Person Transfer of COVID-19  2020   Virology: Current Research
    15. Kordylewski Dust Clouds: Could They Be Cosmic “Superbrains”?   2019  Advances in Astrophysics
    16. Comments on the Origin and Spread of the 2019 Coronavirus  2020   Virology: Current Research
    17. Space weather and pandemic warnings?  2019   Current Science
    18. A Robotic Camera for Monitoring Meteors Entering the Earth’s Atmosphere near the Equator 2019  Advances in Astrophysics
    19. Cosmic biology in perspective  2019   Astrophysics and Space Science
    20. Lamarck and Panspermia - On the Efficient Spread of Living Systems Throughout the Cosmos 2019  Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    21. Ouamuamua (A/2017U1), Panspermia, and Intelligent Life in the Universe 2019   Advances in Astrophysics
    22. Red Rain Cells of Kerala as a Possible Carrier of the Diffuse Interstellar Bands and the UV Extinction Bump 2019  Advances in Astrophysics
    23. Are We Approaching a New Influenza Pandemic ?  2018  Virology
    24. Cause of Cambrian Explosion - Terrestrial or Cosmic? 2018  Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology Vol 137
    25. Comets, Enceladus and panspermia  2018   Astrophysics and Space Science
    26. Confirmation of Microbial Ingress from Space  2018  Advances in Astrophysics
    27. On the difficulty of the transport of electrically charged submicron dust, including bacteria, from the Earth’s surface to the high ionosphere 2018   Advances in Astrophysics
    28. Oumuamua (A/2017U1) – A Confirmation of Links between Galactic Planetary Systems 2018  Advances in Astrophysics
    29. Reply to Editorial and Commentaries on Steele, Al-Mufti, Augustyn, Chandrajith, Coghlan, Coulson “Cause of Cambrian Explosion-Terrestrial or Cosmic? 2018  Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology Vol 136
    30. Size and Albedo of the Object of Interstellar Origin A/2017U1 2018  Advances in Astrophysics
    31. Weakened geomagnetic field, Cosmic rays & the Resurgence of Yellow Fever 2018  International Journal of Cell Science & Molecular Biology
    32. Weakened magnetic field, cosmic rays and Zika virus outbreak  2018   Current Science
    33. Moon Formation: Water and Life on the Moon  2017   Advances in Astrophysics
    34. SARS, MERS and the sunspot cycle  2017   Current Science
    35. Sunspot Cycle Minima and Pandemics: The Case for Vigilance?  2017   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    36. Was the Zika virus Outbreak in 2015 Triggered by Cosmic Events ?  2017   Virology
    37. Comments on the Discovery of a Ninth Planet  2016   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    38. Dangers of Adhering to an Obsolete Paradigm: Could Zika Virus Lead to a Reversal of Human Evolution? 2016   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    39. Evidence for Extant Life on Mars and Gilbert Levin 2016   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    40. Sunspot Activity , Influenza and Ebola Outbreak Connection  2016   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    41. Analogy, Metaphysics, Mythical Symbols, and Religion   2015   The Big Bang and God An Astro-Theology
    42. Astrobiology in the Developing World 2015  Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    43. Astrobiology on the Dwarf Planet Ceres 2015  Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    44. Biological Entities Isolated from Two Stratosphere Launches-Continued Evidence for a Space Origin 2015   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    45. Bold New Frontiers of Astrobiology 2015  Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    46. Comment on Liquid Water and Life on Mars. 2015   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    47. Convergence to Cometary Panspermia : Time for Disclosure ? 2015  Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    48. Evidence to Clinch the Theory of Extraterrestrial Life 2015   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    49. EVIDENCE
OF
ALIEN
LIFE
DOWNGRADED
OR
DENIED 2015   Journal of Cosmology vol 25
    50. Interdisciplinary Convergences: From Stardust to Generalized Deity 2015  The Big Bang and God An Astro-Theology
    51. Masses Staining Positive for DNA-Isolated from the Stratosphere at a Height of 41 km 2015   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    52. Microbiological investigation of two chondrite meteorites: Murchison and Polonnaruwa  2015  SPIE 9606, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XVII, 96060M 
    53. Microbiology and Cometary Panspermia in Context.  2015  The Big Bang and God An Astro-Theology
    54. Microbiomes : A Possible Space Component ?   2015   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    55. Ocean in Enceladus enhances the case for Panspermia  2015   Proceedings Volume 9606, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XVII
    56. Pluto’s Surprises: Mountain Tectonics, Methane and Evidence of Biology 2015   Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach
    57. Rosetta images of comet 67P/churyumov-gerasimenko: Inferences from its terrain and structure. &2015  Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    58. Rosetta studies of comet 67P/churyumov-gerasimenko: Prospects for establishing cometary biology  2015  ; Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    59. The Transition from Earth-centred Biology to Cosmic Life   2015  Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    60. The universe: A cryogenic habitat for microbial life.  2015  Vindication of Cosmic Biology
    61. Trends in Astrobiology – Comets , Pluto and beyond 2015 Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    62. A Presumptive Fossilized Bacterial Biofilm Occurring in a Commercially Sourced Mars Meteorite.   2014  Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach
    63. Convergence to panspermia.   2014   Hypothesis
    64. Life as a Cosmic Phenomenon : 2 . The Panspermia Trajectory of Homo sapiens   2014   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    65. Life as a Cosmic Phenomenon : The Socio-Economic Control of a Scientific Paradigm.   2014  ; Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    66. On the dynamics of volatile meteorites   2014   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    67. Recovery of Cometary Microorganisms from the Stratosphere.   2014   Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach
    68. ROSETTA ’ s Prospects for Discovering Evidence of Cometary Biology   2014   Journal of Astrobiology & Outreach
    69. The Forgotten Remit of Astrobiology. 2014   Journal of Astrobiology and Outreach
    70. A Journey with Fred Hoyle (Second Edition) 2013   The Journal of Astronomical Data, Vol. 19, 3
    71. AUTHENTICITY OF THE LIFE-BEARING POLONNARUWA METEORITE 2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 21
    72. Biological entities isolated from the stratosphere (22-27km): case for their space origin.   2013   Proceedings Volume 8865, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XVI; 88650L
    73. comparative study of Trentepohlia and Red Rain cells   2013   International Journal of Recent Scientific Research
    74. Discovery of Uranium in Outer Coat of Sri Lankan Red Rain Cells   2013  Journal of Cosmology vol 22
    75. DNA sequencing and predictions of the cosmic theory of life 2013   Astrophysics and Space Science
    76. Fossil Diatoms in a New Carbonaceous Meteorite   2013   Journal of Cosmology, Vol,21, No,37
    77. INCIDENCE OF LOW DENSITY METEOROIDS OF THE POLONNARUWA-TYPE 2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 22
    78. ISOLATION OF A DIATOM FRUSTULE FRAGMENT FROM THE LOWER STRATOSPHERE (22-27Km)-EVIDENCE FOR A COSMIC ORIGIN   2013  Journal of Cosmology vol 22
    79. ISOLATION OF BIOLOGICAL ENTITIES FROM THE STRATOSPHERE (22-27Km) 2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 22
    80. LIVING DIATOMS IN THE POLONNARUWA METEORITE – POSSIBLE LINK TO RED AND YELLOW RAIN   2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 21
    81. Microorganisms in the Coloured Rain of Sri Lanka   2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 21
    82. Non-terrestrial origin of life: a transformative research paradigm shift   2013   Theory of Biosciences Vol 132
    83. ON THE COMETARY ORIGIN OF THE POLONNARUWA METEORITE   2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 21
    84. Panspermia: evidence from astronomy: from astronomy to meteorites   2013   Modern Physics Letters AVol. 28, No. 14, 1330009
    85. RED RAIN CELLS RECOVERED FROM INTERIOR OF THE POLONNARUWA METEORITE   2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 22
    86. The Polonnaruwa Meteorite ; Oxygen Isotope, Crystalline and Biological Composition.   2013   Journal of Cosmology Vol 22.
    87. TYPICAL METEORITIC WORM-LIKE FORMS SEEN IN THE POLONNARUWA METEORITE 2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 22
    88. Why don't clumps of cirrus dust gravitationally collapse?   2013   Journal of Cosmology vol 21
    89. DNA sequencing and predictions of the cosmic theory of life  2012   Astrophysics and Space Science
    90. Non-terrestrial origin of life: a transformative research paradigm shift  2012 
    91. A Note on Venus Transit and Microbial Injection to Earth  2012   Journal of Cosmology vol 17
    92. Comets as parent bodies of CI1 carbonaceous meteorites and possible habitats of ice-microbes   2012  Proceedings Volume 8521, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XV
    93. Discovery of Biological Structures in the Tissint Mars Meteorite   2012   Journal of Cosmology vol 17
    94. Formation of stars from dark matter clumps of primordial planets   2012  Journal of Cosmology vol 17
    95. Life-bearing primordial planets in the solar vicinity 2012   Astrophysics and Space Science
    96. Possible biological structures in the Tissint Mars Meteorite. 2012   Proceedings Volume 8521, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XV;
    97. WHY DON’T CLUMPS OF CIRRUS DUST GRAVITATIONALLY COLLAPSE?   2012   Journal of Cosmology vol 17
    98. A Model of the 2-4μm Spectrum of Comet Halley   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    99. An Integrated 2.5-12.5 micrometer Emission Spectrum of Naturally-Occurring Aromatic Molecules   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    100. Bacterial morphologies supporting cometary Panspermia: a reappraisal  2011   International journal of astrobiology
    101. Comets, Ice Ages, and Ecological Catastrophes 2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    102. Cometss - a Vehicle for Panspermia   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    103. Convergence to God? 2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    104. Creationism, Neo-Darwinism And Panspermia   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    105. Extraterrestrial Life and Censorship   2011   Journal of Cosmology Vol 15
    106. Formaldehyde polymers in interstellar space 2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    107. From Astrochemistry to Astrobiology 2011  Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    108. Genetics Indicates Extra-terrestrial Origins for Life: The First Gene Did Life Begin Following the Big Bang?   2011  Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    109. Identification of the λ2,200A interstellar absorption feature   2011  Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    110. Interstellar Grains: 50 Years On   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    111. Microstructural investigation of the Carancas meteorite 2011  International journal of astrobiology
    112. Primordial Planets Explain Interstellar Dust, the Formation of Life, and Falsify Dark Energy 2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    113. RADIATION PRESSURE ON BACTERIAL CLUMPS IN THE SOLAR VICINITY AND THEIR SURVIVAL BETWEEN INTERSTELLAR TRANSITS   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    114. The Biological Big Bang: The First Oceans of Primordial Planets at 2-8 Myr Explains Hoyle-Wickramasinghe Cometary Panspermia and a Primordial LUCA   2011   Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    115. The origin of life from primordial planets   2011   International journal of astrobiology
    116. Viva Panspermia   2011  Journal of Cosmology vol 16
    117. Bacterial morphologies in carbonaceous meteorites and comet dust 2010   Proceedings Volume 7819, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIII;
    118. Comets and Contagion: Evolution and Diseases From Space 2010   Journal of Cosmology vol 7
    119. Evidence for biodegradation products in the interstellar medium  2010   International journal of astrobiology
    120. Evolution of primordial planets in relation to the cosmological origin of life 2010   Proceedings Volume 7819, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIII
    121. First Life in the Oceans of Primordial-Planets:The Biological Big Bang  2010   Journal of Cosmology vol 11
    122. Growth and replication of red rain cells at 121 o C and their red fluorescence  2010   7819 Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIII
    123. Mechanisms for Panspermia 2010   Journal of Cosmology vol 7
    124. Microstructure and elemental composition of the Tagish Lake meteorite and its astrobiological implications 2010   International journal of astrobiology
    125. Primordial planets, comets, and moons foster life in the cosmos  2010   7819 Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIII
    126. Spectroscopic Evidence of Cosmic Life 2010   Journal of Cosmology, Vol 11, 3476-3488
    127. Study of putative microfossils in space dust from the stratosphere  2010   International Journal of Astrobiology
    128. The Astrobiological case for our cosmic ancestry   2010   International journal of astrobiology
    129. The Imperatives of Cosmic Biology   2010   Journal of Cosmology vol 5
    130. Life on Earth: Did it Come From Other Planets? 2009   Journal of Cosmology vol 1.
    131. Liquid Water and Organics in Comets: Implications for Exobiology  2009   International journal of astrobiology
    132. Mars polar cap: a habitat for elementary life  2009   International journal of astrobiology
    133. Slow ion irradiation of sugar: Astrobiological implications  2009   International journal of astrobiology
    134. Apparent magnitudes of high-redshift Type 1a supernovae and intergalactic graphite whiskers  2008   Astrophysics and Space Science
    135. On the transference of microbiota from Venus to Earth 2008   Astrophysics and Space Science
    136. Equilibrium temperatures of porous spheres and their relevance to astrobiology 2007   International journal of astrobiology
    137. The origin of life in comets  2007  International journal of astrobiology
    138. A cosmic prevalence of nanobacteria? 2006   Astrophysics and Space Science
    139. How do microorganisms reach the stratosphere?  2006   International journal of astrobiology
    140. The Spread of Life Throughout the Cosmos  2006   The Future of Life and the Future of our Civilization 
    141. Confirmation of the presence of viable but non-cultureable bacteria in the stratosphere.  2004   International journal of astrobiology
    142. Extreme albedo comets and the impact hazard  2004   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    143. Functions and possible provenance of primordial protein   2004   Journal of Proteome Research
    144. Interstellar transfer of planetary microbiota  2004   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    145. Keeping nanobacterial infections at bay during space travel  2004   Antimicrobial agents
    146. Panspermia 2003: new horizons 2004   Proceedings Volume 5163, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology VII;
    147. The Interpretation of a 2175A Absorption Feature in the Gravitational Lens Galaxy SBS0909 + 532 at z = 0.83  2004   Astrophysics and Space Science
    148. The Universe: a cryogenic habitat for microbial life  2004   Cryobiology
    149. A Balloon Experiment to detect Microorganisms in the Outer Space 2003   Astrophysics and Space Science
    150. Astronomy or biology? 2003  Astrophysics and Space Science
    151. Detection of Microorganisms at High Altitudes 2003   Current Science
    152. Did silicon aid in the establishment of the first bacterium? 2003   International journal of astrobiology
    153. Elevating the status of dust. 2003   Astrophysics and Space Science
    154. Frictional and radiation heating of micron-sized meteoroids in the Earth ’ s upper atmosphere 2003   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    155. Microorganisms cultured from stratospheric air samples obtained at 41 km. 2003   FEMS Microbiology Letters, Volume 218
    156. Panspermia According to Hoyle 2003   Astrophysics and Space Science
    157. Radiation pressure on bacterial grain clumps in the solar vicinity   2003   Astrophysics and Space Science
    158. SARS — a clue to its origins ? 2003   Lancet
    159. The Expanding Horizons of Cosmic Life  2003  Proceedings Volume 4859, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology V
    160. Vicinity And Their Survival Between Interstellar Transits  2003   Astrophysics and Space Science
    161. Evidence of photoluminescence of biomaterial in space 2002   Proceedings Volume 4495, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology IV; 
    162. Progress towards the vindication of panspermia 2002  Astrophysics and Space Science
    163. The Beginning of Astrobiology 2002   International journal of astrobiology
    164. The detection of living cells in stratospheric samples 2002   Proceedings Volume 4495, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology IV
    165. A bacterial ‘fingerprint’ in a leonid meteor train 2001   Astrophysics and Space Science
    166. Cometary impacts and ice-ages  2001   Astrophysics and Space Science
    167. Cross-linked heteroaromatic polymers in interstellar dust  2001   Astrophysics and Space Science
    168. Towards an Understanding of the Nature of Radical Predjudice   1999   Journal of Scientific Exploration
    169. Cosmological panspermia   1998   SPIE Conference on Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiolog
    170. Infrared evidence for panspermia: an update 1998   Astrophysics and Space Science
    171. Microdiamonds and the ultraviolet extinction of starlight  1998   Astrophysics and Space Science
    172. Panspermia in  Perspective  1998  SPIE Conference on Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiolog
    173. Search living cells in Stratospheric samples  1998   SPIE Conference on Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiolog
    174. The astonishing redness of Kuiper-Belt objects 1998   Astrophysics and Space Science
    175. Miller-Urey synthesis in the nuclei of galaxies 1999   Astrophysics and Space Science
    176. Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 collision with Jupiter: A model of G-site dust composition  1997   Astrophysics and Space Science
    177. Small comets in the high atmosphere 1997   Astrophysics and Space Science
    178. Biofluorescence and the extended red emission in astrophysical sources 1996   Astrophysics and Space Science
    179. Contribution to interstellar extinction from an astrophysical microsoot? 1996   Astrophysics and Space Science
    180. Far-infrared contribution to interstellar extinction from graphite whiskers   1996   Astrophysics and Space Science
    181. Fragmented comet: cause of the K/record 1996   Earth, Moon and Planets
    182. Giant comets, evolution and civilization   1996   Astrophysics and Space Science
    183. Very small dust particles (VSDP’s) in Comet C/1996 B2 (Hyakutake) 1996    Astrophysics and Space Science
    184. Dust in high redshift objects   1995  The Observatory
    185. Extinction of Dinosaurs: a possible novel cause 1995   Advances in space Research
    186. Infrared spectra diamond-like residues from Allende Meteor 1995   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    187. Iron whiskers in A supernova SN 1987A   1995   Astrophysics and Space Science
    188. Millimetre and submillimetre Radiation from highredshift objects   1995   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    189. Role of major terrestrial cratering events in dispersing life in the solar system   1995   Earth and Planetary Science Letters
    190. Absorption properties of astronomical iron whiskers: an accurate crogenic model 1994   Astrophysics and Space Science
    191. Iron at the Galactic Centre  1994   Nature
    192. Submicron dust and the collision of comet SL-9 with Jupiter 1994   Astrophysics and Space Science
    193. The cometary hypothesis of K/T mass-extinctions 1994   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    194. Evidence for iron whiskers in SN1987A 1993   Astrophysics and Space Science
    195. Evidence for iron whiskers near the galactic centre 1993   Astrophysics and Space Science
    196. Extraterrestrial microspherules and iron needles in the interstellar medium 1993 Astrophysics and Space Science
    197. Guttler scattering analogues for dust aggregates  1993   Astrophysics and Space Science
    198. Microdiamonds and the 3. 4 micron Feature in protostellar sources 1993  Astrophysics and Space Science
    199. Comet Halley’s remote outburst 1992  The Observatory
    200. Cometary habitats for primitive life 1992  Advances in space Research
    201. Iron whiskers and ripples in the microwave background 1992   Astrophysics and Space Science
    202. The Cosmic Microwave Background 1992   Nature
    203. Triton’s eruptions analogous to Comet Halley’s 1992   Advances in space Research
    204. Back-scattering of sunlight by ice grains in the Mesosphere 1991   Earth, Moon and Planets
    205. Comets as a Source of Interplanetary and Interstellar Grains 1991   Origin and Evolution of Interplanetary Dust
    206. Extinction properties of infinitely long graphite cylinders  1991  Astrophysics and Space Science
    207. Scattering by low-refractive index dielectric spheres and cylinders compared with rigorous calculations for hollow particles 1991  Astrophysics and Space Science
    208. Structural evolution of cometary surfaces   1991   Space Science Reviews
    209. An integrated 2. 5 µm Emission Spectrum of Naturally Occurring Aromatic Molecules 1990   Astrophysics and Space Science
    210. Influenza--evidence against contagion: discussion paper 1990  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
    211. Sunspots and influenza  1990   Nature
    212. The extragalactic Universe: and alternative view 1990   Nature
    213. The microwave background: its smoothness and frequency distribution as an astrophysical product 1990   International Astrophysical Colloquium
    214. Aromatic Hydrocarbons in very small interstellar grains 1989   Astrophysics and Space Science
    215. Biologic versus abiotic models of cometary grains 1989   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    216. Extraterrestrial particles and the greenhouse effect 1989   Earth, Moon and Planets
    217. Linear and circular polarization by hollow organic grains   1989   Astrophysics and Space Science
    218. Mineral and Organic Particles in Astronomy 1989   Astrophysics and Space Science
    219. A diatom model of dust in the Trapezium nebula   1988  Astrophysics and Space Science
    220. Interstellar extinction by organic grain clumps 1988   Astrophysics and Space Science
    221. Metallic particles in astronomy  1988   Astrophysics and Space Science
    222. Mineral Grains in the 10 and 20 um spectral features in the Trapezium nebula 1988   Astrophysics and Space Science
    223. Modelling the 5 - 30 µm spectrum of Comet Halley 1988   Earth, Moon and Planets
    224. Polymeric complexes in comets and in space 1988 Astrophysics and Space Science
    225. The infrared excess from the White Dwarf star : a Brown Dwarf or dust? 1988  Astrophysics and Space Science
    226. The organic nature of cometary grains 1988   Earth, Moon and Planets
    227. Evaporating grains in P/Halley’s coma 1987  Astronomy and Astrophysics
    228. Diatoms on Earth, Comets, Europa and in interstellar space 1986 Earth, Moon and Planets
    229. On the nature of the particles causing the 2200A peak in the extinction of starlight 1986 Astrophysics and Space Science
    230. The case for life as a cosmic phenomenon   1986   Nature
    231. The viability with respect to temperature of micro-organisms incident on the Earth’s atmosphere 1986  Earth, Moon and Planets
    232. An object within a particle of extraterrestrial origin compared with an object of presumed terrestrial origin 1985  Astrophysics and Space Science
    233. Halley’s comet: its size and decay rate 1985 Monthly Notices of the RAS
    234. On the nature of dust grains in the comae of Comets Cernis and Bowell   1985  Earth, Moon and Planets
    235. The case for interstellar micro-organisms  1985  Astrophysics and Space Science
    236. The measurement of the absorption properties of dry micro-organisms and its relationship to astronomy 1985   Astrophysics and Space Science
    237. The ultraviolet absorbance of presumably interstellar bacteria and related matters 1985    Astrophysics and Space Science
    238. The availability of phosphorous in the bacterial model of the interstellar grains 1984   Astrophysics and Space Science
    239. The properties of large particles in the zodiacal cloud and in the interstellar medium and their relation to recent IRAS observations 1984  Astrophysics and Space Science
    240. The radiation of microwaves and infrared by slender graphite needles 1984   Astrophysics and Space Science
    241. The spectroscopic identification of interstellar grains 1984   Astrophysics and Space Science
    242. Bacterial life in space 1983   Nature
    243. Interstellar proteins and the discovery of a new absorption feature at λ=2800A 1983   Astrophysics and Space Science
    244. On the optical properties of bacterial grains, I 1983  Astrophysics and Space Science
    245. Organic grains in the Taurus interstellar clouds  1983   Nature
    246. The extinction of starlight at wavelengths near 2200A 1983   Astrophysics and Space Science
    247. The ultraviolet absorbance spectrum of coliform bacteria and its relationship to astronomy 1983   Astrophysics and Space Science
    248. A model for interstellar extinction 1982   Astrophysics and Space Science
    249. Infrared spectroscopy of micro-organisms near 3. 4 µm in Relation to Geology and Astronomy 1982   Astrophysics and Space Science
    250. Interstellar absorptions at λ= 3.3 µm and 3. 3 µm 1982   Astrophysics and Space Science
    251. Organo-siliceous biomolecules and the infrared spectrum of the Trapezium nebula 1982   Astrophysics and Space Science
    252. The infrared spectrum of interstellar dust 1982  Astrophysics and Space Science
    253. Comets-a Vehicle for Panspermia   1980  Astrophysics and Space Science
    254. Organic grains in space 1980   Astrophysics and Space Science
    255. Organic material and the 2.5-4µm spectra of Galactic sources   1980   Astrophysics and Space Science
    256. The identification of the 3micron spectral feature in galactic infrared sources 1980   Astrophysics and Space Science
    257. Biochemical chromophores and the interstellar extinction at ultraviolet wavelengths   1979   Astrophysics and Space Science
    258. On the nature of interstellar grains  1979  Astrophysics and Space Science
    259. On the nature of the interstellar grains  1979   Astrophysics and Space Science
    260. Calculations of infrared fluxes from galactic sources for a polysaccharide grain model   1978   Astrophysics and Space Science
    261. Identification of interstellar polysaccharides and related hydrocarbons   1978   Nature
    262. Infrared observations of Comet west (1975n). II A Model cometary dust   1978   Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
    263. Identification of the 2200A interstellar absorption feature  1977  Nature
    264. On the computation of optical properties of heterogeneous grains 1977  Astrophysics and Space Science
    265. On the production of positive molecular ions in cometary comas 1977   Astrophysics and Space Science
    266. Organic molecules in interstellar dust: a possible spectral signature at 2200A? 1977   Astrophysics and Space Science
    267. Origin and nature of carbonaceous material in the galaxy 1977   Nature
    268. Polyoxymethylene co-polymers on grains 1977  Astrophysics and Space Science
    269. Polysaccharides and the infrared spectra of galactic sources 1977  Nature
    270. Polysaccharides and the infrared spectrum of OH26.5+06   1977   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    271. Pre-biotic molecules in Martian dust clouds   1977   Nature
    272. Prebiotic polymers and infrared spectra of galactic sources   1977   Nature
    273. Spectroscopic evidence for interstellar grain clumps in meteoritic inclusions   1977   Nature
    274. The composition of dust in the Ring Nebula NGC6888   1977  Astronomy and Astrophysics
    275. Effects of physical adsorption on porous interstellar grains  1976   Nature
    276. Effects of suprathermal grains 1976   Astrophysics and Space Science
    277. Extinction and Polarization Models  1976   Astrophysics and Space Science
    278. Extinction properties of porous spheres  1976   Astrophysics and Space Science
    279. Limits on a Microwave Background without the Big Bang  1976  
    280. On the acceleration of interstellar grains  1976   Astrophysics and Space Science
    281. On the development of infrared radiation from an expanding nova shell  1976  Astrophysics and Space Science
    282. Primitive grain clumps and organic compounds in carbonaceous chondrites  1976   Nature
    283. The optics of spherically stratified graphite grains 1976  Astrophysics and Space Science
    284. The role of Lyman alpha photons in the interstellar medium 1976   Nature
    285. A dust model for the cosmic microwave background 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    286. A proto-planetary contribution to interstellar dust 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    287. Charged dust grains and excitation of rotational levels of interstellar molecular hydrogen  1975   Nature
    288. Composition of cometary dust: the case against silicates 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    289. Formaldehyde polymers in comets 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    290. How to make metal-poor stars, redden associations and grow mantles on grains 1975  Astrophysics and space Science
    291. Hydrocarbon molecules in carbon stars 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    292. Polyoxymethylene polymers as interstellar grains 1975  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    293. The mystery of the cosmic boron abundance 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    294. The plausibility of silicate-core ice mantle grains 1975  Astrophysics and Space Science
    295. Whiskers and cosmic millimetre-wave sources 1975  Nature
    296. Electric charge and acceleration of suprathermal grains 1974   Astrophysics and Space Science
    297. Formaldehyde polymers in interstellar space 1974   Nature
    298. Mean free path limitation of conduction electrons and extinction efficiencies of graphite grains 1974  Astrophysics and Space Science
    299. On the formation of metal-poor stars 1974   Astrophysics and Space Science
    300. The 2200A extinction feature and the shape distribution of graphite grains  1974   Astrophysics and Space Science
    301. Ejection of Grains from Cool Stars 1973  International Astronomical Union
    302. Extinction and scattering by small planetisimal particles 1973  Astrophysics and Space Science
    303. The expulsion of dust from galaxies 1973  Astrophysical Letters
    304. Dust models for infrared galaxies  1972  Les spectres des astres dans l'infrarouge et les microondes
    305. On the injection of grains into interstellar clouds  1972  +Monthly Notices of the RAS
    306. Radiation-driven efflux and circulation of dust in spiral galaxies 1972  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    307. A model for cosmic infrared sources  1971  Nature
    308. Dust in the Orion nebula 1971   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    309. Enstatite grains and the 2200A interstellar extinction feature 1971  Nature
    310. Interstellar dust-graphite, iron and silicates 1971  Nature
    311. Interstellar dust-reply to Duley’s criticisms 1971   Nature
    312. Irradiated quartz particles as interstellar grains 1971   Nature
    313. Optical properties of graphite-iron-silicate grain mixtures  1971   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    314. Polarization within the 4430A absorption band 1971   Nature
    315. Dust in supernova explosions 1970   Nature
    316. Extinction curves for graphite-silicate grain mixtures 1970   International Astronomical Union
    317. Galactic component of the diffuse X-ray background 1970   Nature
    318. Galactic soft X-rays and the alignment of interstellar grains  1970   Nature
    319. Graphite-silicate grain mixtures and the diffuse galactic light  1970   Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
    320. Infrared spectrum of the galactic centre  1970   Nature
    321. Polarization-wavelength profile of the interstellar 4430 A absorption band  1970   Nature
    322. Radio waves from grains in HII regions 1970  Nature
    323. Retention of dust grains near galactic nuclei  1970  Nature
    324. Small dust grains and the heating of HI clouds 1970  Nature
    325. The shape of the interstellar 4430A absorption band 1970   Astrophysics and Space Science
    326. A spectral feature of grains at 10 microns? 1969   Observatory
    327. Alignment of interstellar grains by cosmic rays  1969   Nature
    328. Infrared radiation from dust in Seyfert galaxies  1969   Nature
    329. Interstellar dust and diamonds  1969  Nature
    330. Interstellar grains 1969  Nature
    331. Interstellar polarization by graphite-silicate grain mixtures  1969  Nature
    332. Molecular and solid hydrogen in dense interstellar clouds 1969  Astrophysical Journal
    333. Solid hydrogen coated graphite particles in the interstellar medium I 1969   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    334. Star formation in clouds of solid hydrogen grains 1969  Observatory
    335. Strengths of the fundamental bands of ice and solid hydrogen in composite grains 1969   Observatory
    336. Wavelength dependence of polarization XVIII. Interstellar Polarization and Composite Interstellar Particles   1969  Astrophysical Journal
    337. Accretion of solid hydrogen mantles by grains in OB associations 1968  Nature
    338. Chemical exchange reactions and H2 formation in dark interstellar clouds  1968  Nature
    339. Chemical sputtering of ice grains and mantles in HII regions 1968   Observatory
    340. Comments on the possibility of interstellar quartz grains  1968  Astrophysical Journal
    341. Condensation of dust in galactic explosions 1968   Nature
    342. Condensation of the planets 1968  Nature
    343. Extinction curves for graphite particles coated with solid hydrogen  1968   Nature
    344. Graphite particle model for NML cygnus 1968   Nature
    345. Interpretation of the cosmic microwave background 1968   Nature
    346. Interpretation of the diffuse galactic light 1968  Nature
    347. Interstellar dust 1968  Annual review of Astronomy and Astrophysics
    348. Interstellar extinction by quartz grains 1968   Nature
    349. On interstellar abundance anomalies 1968  Observatory
    350. On the formation of graphite grains in cool stars 1968   Astrophysical Journal
    351. On the formation of graphite particles in the atmospheres of Mira variables 1968  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    352. On the temperature of interstellar grains 1968  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    353. Solid hydrogen and the microwave background 1968  Nature
    354. Stimulation of intersellar OH by phonons 1968   Nature
    355. A survey of recent interstellar reddening observations 1967   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    356. Evidence for lattice bands in interstellar grains 1967  Nature
    357. Impurities in interstellar grains 1967  Nature
    358. Microwave background in a steady-state universe 1967  Nature
    359. Unified model for interstellar extinction and polarization  1967  Nature
    360. Comments on the intrinsic polarization of Mira variables 1966   Astrophysical Journal
    361. Light scattering by graphite core-ice mantle grains 1966  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    362. On the frequency distribution of ice grains sizes 1966   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    363. On the optics of small graphite spheres, I 1966  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    364. On the optics of small graphite spheres, II 1966   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    365. Wavelength dependence of the position angle of interstellar polarization  1966  Nature
    366. Graphite Grains and Graphite Core-Ice Mantle Grains  1965  
    367. Interstellar extinction by graphite grains  1965  Nature
    368. On the growth and destruction of ice mantles on interstellar graphite grains 1965  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    369. A note on the vapour pressure of a crystal 1963   Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
    370. On graphite particles as interstellar grains II  1963   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    371. On the deficiency in the ultraviolet fluxes from early type stars  1963  Monthly Notices of the RAS
    372. A note on interstellar polarization by graphite flakes 1962   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    373. A note on the origin of the Sun’s polar field  1962   Monthly Notices of the RAS
    374. On graphite particles as interstellar grains  1962  Monthly Notices of the RAS