Available at sourceforge.
Available at sourceforge.
54_77Xvarh7S model used in some Fermi-LAT papers
GALPROP Explanatory Supplement for explanation of parameters
Determining EGRET's Efficiency Scaling Factors: internal report by D.L. Bertsch (2000), provided by Seth Digel (NEW)
Published galprop models as FITS files (see papers for descriptions):
fits_44_500180.tar ---- from---- Diffuse Galactic continuum gamma rays. A model compatible with EGRET data and cosmic-ray measurements :: Strong, A.W., Moskalenko, I.V., Reimer, O. ApJ, 613, 962
fits_44_500190.tar ---- from---- Diffuse Galactic continuum gamma rays. A model compatible with EGRET data and cosmic-ray measurements :: Strong, A.W., Moskalenko, I.V., Reimer, O. (2004) ApJ, 613, 962
fits_45_600202.tar ---- from---- The distribution of cosmic-ray sources in the Galaxy, gamma-rays and the gradient in the CO-to-H2 relation:: Strong, A.W., Moskalenko, I.V. Reimer, O., Digel, S., Diehl, R. (2004) A&A Letters, 422, L47 ,
fits_47_600203a.tar ---- from---- Gamma-ray continuum emission from the inner Galactic region as observed with INTEGRAL/SPI :: Strong, A.W., Diehl, R., Halloin, H., Schoenfelder, V., Bouchet, L., Mandrou, P., Lebrun, F., Terrier, R. (2005) A&A 444, 495
53_6102029RG SPI model ---- from ---- Inverse Compton Origin of the hard X-ray and soft gamma-ray emission from the Galactic ridge :: T.A. Porter, I.V. Moskalenko, A.W. Strong, E. Orlando, L. Bouchet (2008) Astrophysical Journal
Other galprop runs as FITS files
53_6102229RG MILAGRO model, posted 14 Feb 2008
test sample for VO
Other galdef files:
new: 54_77Xvarh7S used in some Fermi papers
new: galdef_49_6002029RE: optimized model---- from---- Discovery of TeV Gamma-Ray Emission from the Cygnus Region of the Galaxy:: (2007) Abdo et al. Astrophys.J. 658 (2007) L33-L36
new: galdef_49_5001809RE: conventional model---- from---- Discovery of TeV Gamma-Ray Emission from the Cygnus Region of the Galaxy:: (2007) Abdo et al. Astrophys.J. 658 (2007) L33-L36
Other (very old data)
This program is called galprop . Originally work was concentrated on a diffusive model in 3D (R,z,p) with full momentum dependence. Nuclei and electrons are computed for different halo sizes, using a numerical solution of the diffusion equation. The observed distribution of gas in the Galaxy is used, and the interstellar radiation field has been recomputed using recent information from e.g. IRAS, COBE. Observational data constraining the model are B/C ratio, 10Be/Be, the directly measured electron spectrum, diffuse Galactic gamma rays, and non-thermal radio.
From 1997-2000 the code was written in fortran90 and was extended to include
Now available (July 2003) : C++ [Version 42.2], full 3D
Please contact the authors via email to obtain it.
and read the galprop C++ Version Explanatory Supplement and usage details
The propagation method is fully described in Propagation of cosmic-ray nucleons in the Galaxy:: Strong A.W., Moskalenko I.V, (1998) ApJ 509 , 212
Extensive results for gamma rays can be found in Diffuse continuum gamma rays from the Galaxy:: Strong A.W., Moskalenko I.V., Reimer, O. (2000) ApJ 537, 763
For antiprotons and gamma rays see Diffuse Galactic gamma ray,s cosmic-ray nucleons and antiprotons:: Strong A.W., Moskalenko I.V, Reimer O. (1998) A&A Lett 338 , L75-L78 ....... SISSA:astro-ph/9808084
Work on electrons and positrons is in Production and propagation of cosmic-ray positrons and electrons:: Moskalenko I.V, Strong A.W. (1998) ApJ 493, 694
and more recent results in various papers here
galprop fortran90 f90 SOFTWARE Version 20 (last version!) .......(Since we like to keep track of who uses this code please send a mail to AWS to get access rights)
galprop f90 Version User Manual
AWS home page
Last update 15 Feb 2006