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THE FIRST FERMI LAT SUPERNOVA REMNANT CATALOG
To uniformly determine the properties of supernova remnants (SNRs) at high energies, we have developed the first systematic survey at energies from 1 to 100 GeV using data from the Fermi Large Area
DEVELOPMENT of the MODEL of GALACTIC INTERSTELLAR EMISSION for STANDARD POINT-SOURCE ANALYSIS of FERMI LARGE AREA TELESCOPE DATA
Most of the celestial γ rays detected by the Large Area Telescope (LAT) on board the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope originate from the interstellar medium when energetic cosmic rays interact with
The gas density around SN 1006
The density of the ambient medium where the supernova remnant evolves is a relevant parameter for its hydrodynamical evolution, for the mechanism of particle acceleration, and for the emission at TeV
Detection of Gamma Rays from a Starburst Galaxy
Cosmic Acceleration Cosmic rays are thought to be accelerated in the shock waves produced by supernova explosions and can generate gamma rays when they interact with interstellar particles and
Search for photon-linelike signatures from dark matter annihilations with H.E.S.S.
Gamma-ray line signatures can be expected in the very-high-energy (E(γ)>100 GeV) domain due to self-annihilation or decay of dark matter (DM) particles in space. Such a signal would be readily
OVII and OVIII line emission in the diffuse soft X-ray background: heliospheric and galactic contributions
Aims. We study the 0.57 keV (O VII triplet) and 0.65 keV (O VIII) diffuse emission generated by charge transfer collisions between solar wind (SW) oxygen ions and interstellar H and He neutral atoms
Study of TeV shell supernova remnants at gamma-ray energies
The breakthrough developments of Cherenkov telescopes in the last decade have led to angular resolution of 0.1{\deg} and an unprecedented sensitivity. This has allowed the current generation of
A joint spectro-imaging analysis of the XMM-Newton and HESS observations of the supernova remnant RX J1713.7-3946
Context. The supernova remnant (SNR) RX J1713.7-3946 (also known as G347.3-0.5) is part of the class of remnants dominated by synchrotron emission in X-rays. It is also one of the few shell-type SNRs
Constraints on the Galactic Population of TeV Pulsar Wind Nebulae Using $FERMI$ Large Area Telescope Observations
Pulsar wind nebulae (PWNe) have been established as the most populous class of TeV gamma-ray emitters. Since launch, the Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT)identified five high-energy (100MeV
A new nearby pulsar wind nebula overlapping the RX J0852.0−4622 supernova remnant
Context. Energetic pulsars can be embedded in a nebula of relativistic leptons that is powered by the dissipation of the rotational energy of the pulsar. The object PSR J0855−4644 is an energetic and
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