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STOCHASTIC ACCELERATION OF COSMIC RAYS IN ANISOTROPIC PLASMA TURBULENCE. Yurij Fedorov 1 , and Milan Stehlik 2 1 Main Astronomical Observatory NASU, Kiev, Ukraine 2 Institute of Experimental Physics SAS, Ko š ice, Slovakia. The diffusion coefficient in momentum space. Conclusions.

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stochastic acceleration of cosmic rays in anisotropic plasma turbulence

STOCHASTIC ACCELERATION OF COSMIC RAYS IN ANISOTROPIC PLASMA TURBULENCE

Yurij Fedorov1, and Milan Stehlik2

1Main Astronomical Observatory NASU, Kiev, Ukraine

2Institute of Experimental Physics SAS, Košice, Slovakia

conclusions
Conclusions
  • Particle acceleration by large scale EF can be efficient for a medium of sufficiently high magnetic helicity
  • The results can be useful for description of particle acceleration in astrophysical objects ( solar flares, supernova remnants, galactic nuclei, … )