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English: The flux of cosmic ray particles as a function of their energy. The flux for the lowest energies (yellow zone) are mainly attributed to solar cosmic rays, intermediate energies (blue) to galactic cosmic rays, and highest energies (purple) to extragalactic cosmic rays
Français : Le flux de particules du rayonnement cosmique (incident au sommet de l'atmosphère terrestre, par unité de surface, par unité de temps et par unité d'angle solide et par intervalle d'énergie des particules incidentes de 1 gigaélectron-volt (1 GeV)) représenté en fonction de leur énergie.
Le flux des énergies les plus basses (zone jaune) sont principalement imputables aux rayons cosmiques solaires, les énergies intermédiaires (en bleu) aux rayons cosmiques galactiques, et les plus hautes énergies (violet) aux rayons cosmiques extragalactiques
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Source own work, after Swordy.[1]
Author Sven Lafebre

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  1. S. Swordy, The energy spectra and anisotropies of cosmic rays, 2001, Space Science Reviews 99, pp85–94.

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