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The Astrophysics of Galactic Cosmic Rays

Proceedings of two ISSI Workshops, 18–22 October 1999 and 15–19 May 2000, Bern, Switzerland

Proceedings from two ISSI workshops, 18-22 October 1999 and 15-19 May 2000, Bern, Switzerland

Diehl, R., Parizot, E., Kallenbach, R., von Steiger, R. (Eds.)

Reprinted from Space Science Reviews journal, Vol. 99/1-4

2001, IX, 383 p.

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R. DIEHL, R. KALLENBACH, E. PARIZOT and R. VON STEIGER / The Astrophysics of Galactic Cosmic Rays 3 I: KEY OBSERVATIONS ON GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS M. E. WIEDENBECK, N. E. YANASAK, A. c. CUMMINGS, AJ. DAVIS, I. S. GEORGE, R. A. LESKE, R. A. MEWALDT, E. C. STONE, P. L. HINK, M. H. ISRAEL, M. LIJOWSKI, E. R. CHRISTIAN and TT VON ROSENVINGE / The Origin of Primary Cosmic Rays: Constraints from ACE Elemental and Isotopic Composition Observations 15 R. A. MEWALDT, N. E. YANASAK, M. E. WIEDENBECK, AJ. DAVIS, w. R. BINNS, E. R. CHRISTIAN, A. C. CUMMINGS, P. L. HINK, R. A. LESKE, S. M. NIEBUR, E. C. STONE and TT VON ROSENVINGE / Radioactive Clocks and Cosmic-Ray Transport in the Galaxy 27 J. J. CONNELL / Cosmic-Ray Composition as Observed by Ulysses 41 R. RAMATY, R. E. LINGENFELTER and B. KOZLOVSKY / Spallogenic Light Elements and Cosmic-Ray Origin 51 E. PARIZOT / Galactic Cosmic Rays and the Light Elements 61 G. MEYNET, M. ARNOULD, G. PAULUS and A. MAEDER / Wolf-Rayet Star Nucleosynthesis and the Isotopic Composition of the Galactic Cosmic Rays 73 S. P. SWORDY / The Energy Spectra and Anisotropies of Cosmic Rays 85 G. TARLE and M. SCHUBNELL / Antiparticles 95 D. MULLER / Cosmic Rays Beyond the Knee 105 II: LESSONS FROM THE HELIOSPHERE G. M. MASON / Heliospheric Lessons for Galactic Cosmic-Ray Acceleration 119 R. A.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Galaxy - Supernova - astronomy - astrophysics - cosmic ray - earth - galaxies - heliosphere - star - stellar - turbulence

Related subjects » Astronomy, Observations and Techniques - Astrophysics and Astroparticles

Table of contents 

Preface. The Astrophysics of Galactic Cosmic Rays; R. Diehl, et al. The Origin of Primary Cosmic Rays: Constraints from ACE Elemental and Isotopic Composition Observations; M.E. Wiedenbeck, et al. Radioactive Clocks and Cosmic-Ray Transport in the Galaxy; R.A. Mewaldt, et al. Cosmic-Ray Composition as Observed by Ulysses; J.J. Connell. Spallogenic Light Elements and Cosmic-Ray Origin; R. Ramaty, et al. Galactic Cosmic Ray and the Light Elements; E. Parizot. Star Nucleosynthesis and the Isotopic Composition of the Galactic Cosmic Rays; G. Meynet, et al. The Energy Spectra and Anisotropies of Cosmic Rays; S.P. Swordy. Antiparticles; T. Tarlé, M. Schubnell. Cosmic Rays Beyond the Knee; D. Müller. Heliospheric Lessons for Galactic Cosmic-Ray Acceleration; G.M. Mason. Electron Acceleration in the Heliosphere; R.A. Treumann, T. Terasawa. Fast Dust in the Heliosphere; E. Grün, M. Landgraf. Signatures of Energetic Protons and Electrons in the Galaxy; A.W. Strong. Synchrotron Radiation from Galactic Sources: What We Can Learn About Particle Acceleration; S.P. Reynolds. Gamma Rays from Molecular Clouds; R.A. Aharonian. Gamma-Ray Lines from CR Source Regions; R. Diehl. Optical and UV Diagnostics of Supernova Remnant Shocks; J.C. Raymong. X-Ray Emission from SNRS Undergoing Efficient Shock Acceleration; A. Decourchelle, D.C. Ellison. Large-Scale Structure of Gas and the Magnetic Field in the Galaxy; H. Hanasz, H. Lesch. Galactic and Extragalactic Magnetic Fields; R. Beck. Multi-Scale Plasma Turbulence in the Diffuse Interstellar Medium; S.R. Spangler. The Importance of Anisotropic Interstellar Turbulence and Molecular-Cloud Magnetic Mirrors for Galactic Cosmic-Ray Propagation; B.D.G. Chandran. Propagation, Confinement Models, and Large-ScaleDynamical Effects of Galactic Cosmic Rays; V.S. Ptuskin. Nonlinear Kinetic Theory of Cosmic-Ray Acceleration in Supernova Remnants; E. Berezhko. Nonlinear Shock Acceleration and Cosmic-Ray Production in Young Supernova Remnants; D.C. Ellison. Particle Acceleration and Nonthermal Phenomena in Superbubbles; A.M. Bykoc. Test of Galactic Cosmic-Ray Source Models; L.O.C. Drury, et al. Key Measurements in the Future; J.J. Connel, et al. List of Acronyms. Author Index. List of Participants.

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