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Stellar and solar Inverse Compton emission computation with StellarICs

Sep 14, 2016, 2:00 PM
500/1-201 - Mezzanine (CERN)

500/1-201 - Mezzanine


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Poster Contributions Gamma-ray astrophysics Poster Session (coffee at 15:00) & CERN Visit


Dr Elena Orlando (HEPL/KIPAC, Stanford University)


We present the software StellarICs in development since 2013, year of the first release.


StellarICs is software to compute gamma-ray emission from inverse-Compton scattering by cosmic-ray leptons in the heliosphere and in the photospheres of stars. It includes a formulation of modulation in the heliosphere, but can be used for any user-defined modulation model. Profiles and spectra are output to FITS files in a variety of forms for convenient use. Also included are general-purpose inverse-Compton routines with other features like energy loss rates and emissivity for any user-defined target photon and lepton spectra. The software is publicly available and it is under continuing development.

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Dr Elena Orlando (HEPL/KIPAC, Stanford University)

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