Dependence of the gamma-ray emission from SN 1006 on the astronomical parameters

@article{Ksenofontov2005DependenceOT,
  title={Dependence of the gamma-ray emission from SN 1006 on the astronomical parameters},
  author={Leonid T. Ksenofontov and Evgeny G. Berezhko and H. J. V{\"o}lk},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2005},
  volume={443},
  pages={973-980}
}
We use nonlinear kinetic theory to study the remnant dynamics and the particle acceleration as well as the properties of the nonthermal emission from the supernova remnant SN 1006. The known range of astronomical parameters is examined to determine whether it encompasses the existing synchrotron emission data. Given the present-day spatial extent and expansion rate of the object, it is shown that the hadronic gamma-ray flux is very sensitive to the ambient gas density $N_{\mathrm H}$ and that… 
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