Variation of cosmic ray injection across supernova shocks

@inproceedings{HJVoelk2003VariationOC,
  title={Variation of cosmic ray injection across supernova shocks},
  author={H.J.Voelk and E.G.Berezhko and L.T.Ksenofontov Max-Planck-Institut fuer Kernphysik and Heidelberg and Germany Joint Institute for Nuclear Research and Aeronomy and Yakutsk and Russia Flerov Laboratory for Nuclear Research and University of Tokyo and Kashiwa and Japan.},
  year={2003}
}
The injection rate of suprathermal protons into the diffusive shock acceleration process should vary strongly over the surface of supernova remnant shocks. These variations and the absolute value of the injection rate are investigated. In the simplest case, like for SN 1006, the shock can be approximated as being spherical in a uniform large-scale magnetic field. The injection rate depends strongly on the shock obliquity and diminishes as the angle between the ambient field and the shock normal… Expand
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