Cosmic-ray propagation with DRAGON2: II. Nuclear interactions with the interstellar gas

Volume: 2018, Issue: 07, Pages: 006 - 006
Published: Jul 2, 2018
Abstract
Understanding the isotopic composition of cosmic rays (CRs) observed near Earth represents a milestone towards the identification of their origin. Local fluxes contain all the known stable and long-lived isotopes, reflecting the complex history of primaries and secondaries as they traverse the interstellar medium. For that reason, a numerical code which aims at describing the CR transport in the Galaxy must unavoidably rely on accurate modelling...
Paper Details
Title
Cosmic-ray propagation with DRAGON2: II. Nuclear interactions with the interstellar gas
Published Date
Jul 2, 2018
Volume
2018
Issue
07
Pages
006 - 006
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