Monte Carlo Study of Electron and Positron Cosmic-Ray Propagation with the CALET Spectrum

@article{Asano2021MonteCS,
  title={Monte Carlo Study of Electron and Positron Cosmic-Ray Propagation with the CALET Spectrum},
  author={Katsuaki Asano and Yoichi Asaoka and Yosui Akaike and Norita Kawanaka and Kazunori Kohri and H. M. Motz and Toshio Terasawa},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={926}
}
Focusing on the electron and positron spectrum measured with the Calorimetric Electron Telescope (CALET), which shows characteristic structures, we calculate the flux contributions of cosmic rays that have escaped from randomly appearing supernova remnants. We adopt a Monte Carlo method to take into account the stochastic nature of the appearance of nearby sources. We find that without a complicated energy dependence of the diffusion coefficient, simple power-law diffusion coefficients can… 

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