Reflection of a blackbody from a constant density ionized accretion disk.These table models provide the reflection spectrum from a constant density disk illuminated by a blackbody, as in the case of an accreting neutron star system. They were computed using the same version of the Ross reflection code as the AGN constant density ionized disk models.
Full details of the calculations can be found in Ballantyne (2004).
The author (david.ballantyne -at- physics.gatech.edu) is more than happy to collaborate with observers to produce grids if the ones below are not appropriate for a certain observation/dataset.
Model parameters are:
Examples of usage:
In addition there are 2 table models that contain only reflection spectra and are likely for more specific purposes:
Keith Arnaud, Lab. for High Energy Astrophysics, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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