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A Heliopause Spectrum for Electrons

@article{Potgieter2013AHS,
  title={A Heliopause Spectrum for Electrons},
  author={Marius S. Potgieter and Rendani R. Nndanganeni and Etienne E. Vos and Mirko Boezio},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2013}
}
We present a heliopause spectrum for galactic electrons over an energy range from 1 MeV to 50 GeV at 122 AU from the Sun. This spectrum can be considered the lowest possible local interstellar spectrum (LIS). This is obtained by using a comprehensive numerical model for solar modulation in comparison with Voyager 1 observations during 2010 and PAMELA data at Earth. Below ∼1 GeV, this LIS exhibits a power law with E −(1.55±0.05) , where E is the kinetic energy of these electrons. Reproducing the… 

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