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X-Ray Observations of the Supernova Remnant G21.5–0.9
We present the analysis of archival X-ray observations of the supernova remnant (SNR) G21.5-0.9. Based on its morphology and spectral properties, G21.5-0.9 has been classified as a Crab-like SNR. For
Variability of the High Magnetic Field X-Ray Pulsar PSR J1846?0258 Associated with the Supernova Remnant Kes 75 as Revealed by the Chandra X-Ray Observatory
We present results from the archival Chandra observations of the 0.3 s X-ray pulsar PSR J1846?0258 associated with the supernova remnant (SNR) Kes 75. The pulsar has the highest spin-down luminosity
A census of high-energy observations of Galactic supernova remnants
We present the first public database of high-energy observations of all known Galactic supernova remnants (SNRs). In Section 1 we introduce the rationale for this work motivated primarily by studying
Discriminating the Progenitor Type of Supernova Remnants with Iron K-Shell Emission
Supernova remnants (SNRs) retain crucial information about both their parent explosion and circumstellar material left behind by their progenitor. However, the complexity of the interaction between
CAVITY OF MOLECULAR GAS ASSOCIATED WITH SUPERNOVA REMNANT 3C 397
3C 397 is a radio and X-ray bright Galactic supernova remnant (SNR) with an unusual rectangular morphology. Our CO observation obtained with the Purple Mountain Observatory at Delingha, Qinghai
Chandra Detection of a Pulsar Wind Nebula Associated with Supernova Remnant 3C 396
We present a 100 ks observation of the Galactic supernova remnant 3C 396 (G39.2-0.3) with the Chandra X-Ray Observatory that we compare with a 20 cm map of the remnant from the Very Large Array. In
DISCOVERY OF AN ENERGETIC PULSAR ASSOCIATED WITH SNR G76.9+1.0
We report the discovery of PSR J2022+3842, a 24 ms radio and X-ray pulsar in the supernova remnant G76.9+1.0, in observations with the Chandra X-ray telescope, the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Radio
Chandra Detection of the High Magnetic Field Radio Pulsar J1119–6127in the Supernova Remnant G292.2–0.5
We report the Chandra Advanced CCD Imaging Spectrometer detection of the X-ray counterpart of the high magnetic field, ~1600 yr old, 407 ms radio pulsar J1119-6127 associated with the supernova
Science with the Cherenkov Telescope Array
The Cherenkov Telescope Array, CTA, will be the major global observatory for very high energy gamma-ray astronomy over the next decade and beyond. The scientific potential of CTA is extremely broad:
The Plerionic Supernova Remnant G21.5-0.9 Powered by PSR J1833-1034: New Spectroscopic and Imaging Results Revealed with the Chandra X-ray Observatory
(Abridged) In 1999, Chandra revealed a 150"-radius X-ray halo surrounding the 40"-radius PWN G21.5-0.9. A 2005 imaging study showed that the halo is limb-brightened, and suggested this feature is a
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