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Energy Deposition in Planetary Atmospheres by Charged Particles and Solar Photons

  • Jane L. Fox
  • Marina I. Galand
  • Robert E. Johnson
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Abstract

We discuss here the energy deposition of solar FUV, EUV and X-ray photons, energetic auroral particles, and pickup ions. Photons and the photoelectrons that they produce may interact with thermospheric neutral species producing dissociation, ionization, excitation, and heating. The interaction of X-rays or keV electrons with atmospheric neutrals may produce core-ionized species, which may decay by the production of characteristic X-rays or Auger electrons. Energetic particles may precipitate into the atmosphere, and their collisions with atmospheric particles also produce ionization, excitation, and heating, and auroral emissions. Auroral energetic particles, like photoelectrons, interact with the atmospheric species through discrete collisions that produce ionization, excitation, and heating of the ambient electron population. Auroral particles are, however, not restricted to the sunlit regions. They originate outside the atmosphere and are more energetic than photoelectrons, especially at magnetized planets. The spectroscopic analysis of auroral emissions is discussed here, along with its relevance to precipitating particle diagnostics. Atmospheres can also be modified by the energy deposited by the incident pickup ions with energies of eV’s to MeV’s; these particles may be of solar wind origin, or from a magnetospheric plasma. When the modeling of the energy deposition of the plasma is calculated, the subsequent modeling of the atmospheric processes, such as chemistry, emission, and the fate of hot recoil particles produced is roughly independent of the exciting radiation. However, calculating the spatial distribution of the energy deposition versus depth into the atmosphere produced by an incident plasma is much more complex than is the calculation of the solar excitation profile. Here, the nature of the energy deposition processes by the incident plasma are described as is the fate of the hot recoil particles produced by exothermic chemistry and by knock-on collisions by the incident ions.

Keywords

Energy deposition Photon absorption Chapman functions Heating efficiencies Auger electrons Characteristic X-rays X-ray absorption Doubly charged ions Core-excited ions Auroral electrons Auroral emissions Color ratios Auroral particles Heavy ions Electron transport Pickup ions Range of energetic particles Knock-on Recoil particles Energy loss per ion pair 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jane L. Fox
    • 1
  • Marina I. Galand
    • 2
  • Robert E. Johnson
    • 3
  1. 1.Wright State UniversityDaytonUSA
  2. 2.Imperial CollegeLondonEngland
  3. 3.University of VirginiaCharlottesvilleUSA

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