A model of solar energetic particles for use in calculating let spectra developed from ONR-604 data
A model of solar energetic particles (SEP) has been developed and is applied to solar flares during the 1990/1991 CRRES mission using data measured by the University of Chicago instrument, ONR-604. The model includes the time-dependent behavior, heavy-ion content, energy spectrum and fluence, and can accurately represent the observed SEP events in the energy range between 40 to 500 MeV/nucleon. Results are presented for the March and June, 1991 flare periods. © 1994.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Advances in Space Research
Chen, J., Chenette, D., Guzik, T., Garcia-Munoz, M., Pyle, K., Sang, Y., & Wefel, J. (1994). A model of solar energetic particles for use in calculating let spectra developed from ONR-604 data. Advances in Space Research, 14 (10), 675-680. https://doi.org/10.1016/0273-1177(94)90525-8