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In the context of Total Ionizing Dose, I wonder if it is possible in GRAS to simulate a Cobalt 60 source, so I can better understand the amount of needed shielding for a given component in space.
Is it just by declaring the Ion Cobalt 60 and decay physics lists? Then I would wish to have the incident 1.17 MeV and 1.33 MeV gamma-rays.
I know I can just shoot the gamma-rays, but I wonder if nuclear decay with the products is possible in GRAS.
Thanks a lot in advance.