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Identification of objects in the optical range in areas of hard radiation near red dwarf stars

  title={Identification of objects in the optical range in areas of hard radiation near red dwarf stars},
  author={Aleksey Shlyapnikov},
вблизи красных карликовых звѐзд А.А. Шляпников Федеральное государственное бюджетное учреждение науки «Крымская астрофизическая обсерватория РАН» Аннотация Проведен анализ областей локализации источников ТэВ гамма-излучения в рентгеновском и оптическом диапазонах спектра. Указаны расстояния от положения максимумов в распределении высокоэнергетических потоков, до вероятных кандидатов на идентификацию с красными карликами. Также рассмотрены возможные отождествления более слабых ТэВ источников и других объектов поля. 


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