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Supplementary Material for GALPROP Publications

Fermi–LAT Observations of the Diffuse Gamma-Ray Emission: Implications for Cosmic Rays and the Interstellar Medium Ackermann et al., 2012 (accepted in ApJ) arXiv 1202.4039 miscellaneous materials on a separate page
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, 962-976 ADS, arXiv results: fits_44_500180.tar, fits_44_500190.tar
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 422, L47-L50 ADS, arXiv results: fits_45_600202.tar. Also, fits_47_600203a.tar – same model as fits_45_600202.tar but with a bug in ICS at TeV energies fixed
A conventional reacceleration model with updated cross sections. The model is tuned to reproduce the ACE isotopic abundances (Weidenbeck et al. 2001) and uses a halo size z_h=4 kpc.
  • Strong A.W & Moskalenko I.V. 2001, AdSpR 27, 717;
  • Ptuskin V.S. et al. 2006, ApJ 642, 902.
2001: ADS, arXiv;
2006: ADS, arXiv
Galdef file for GALPROP version 44: galdef_44_599278pub and corresponding output fits-files: nuclei_44_599278pub.gz
A plain diffusion model. The model is tuned to reproduce the ACE isotopic abundances (Weidenbeck et al. 2001) and uses a halo size z_h=4 kpc. Ptuskin V.S. et al. 2006, ApJ 642, 902 ADS, arXiv Galdef file for GALPROP version 44: galdef_44_999726pub and corresponding output fits-files: nuclei_44_999726pub.gz
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