PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 444 - 38th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2023) - Cosmic-Ray Physics (Direct, CRD)
The GALPROP cosmic ray and non-thermal photon emissions framework: v57 release
I.V. Moskalenko*, T.A. Porter and G. Johannesson
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Pre-published on: July 25, 2023
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We are reporting about the latest release of state-of-the-art cosmic ray (CR) propagation code called GalProp. Having 25 years of development behind it, the GalProp framework has become a de-facto standard in astrophysics of CRs, diffuse photon emissions (radio- to $\gamma$-rays), and searches for new physics.
GalProp uses information from astronomy, particle, and nuclear physics to predict CRs and their associated emissions self-consistently, providing the modeling framework unifying the many results of individual measurements in physics and astronomy spanning in energy coverage, types of instrumentation, and the nature of detected species. The range of its physical validity covers sub-keV-PeV energies for particles and from $\mu$eV-PeV for photons. The framework and the datasets are public and are extensively used by many experimental collaborations, and by thousands of individual researchers worldwide for interpretation of their data and for making predictions.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.444.0041
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