Welcome to EOM’s documentation!

Eleonora’s Ozone Model is a 1D photochemical model that solves for the production and loss of ozone in an atmosphere. The goal of this model is to determine if it is possible to create an ozone layer in exoplanetary atmospheres. In order to accomplish this, EOM relies on photodissociation cross sections and irradiance values that are supplied by the user. Currently, EOM uses a small set of chemical equations that are necessary to produce an ozone layer at Earth under current atmospheric (T and P) conditions.

If this is the first time using the model, start with Getting Started and then be sure to review the Inputs prior to running the model for the first time.

Indices and tables


  • Time dependent irradiances
  • Realistic orbit option
  • Alternative temperature and pressure profiles