Suzaku Observation of the Unidentified Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Source HESS J1702-420

@article{Fujinaga2011SuzakuOO,
  title={Suzaku Observation of the Unidentified Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Source HESS J1702-420},
  author={Takahisa Fujinaga and Aya Bamba and Tadayasu Dotani and Masanobu Ozaki and Gerd Puehlhofer and S. J. Wagner and O. Reimer and Stefan Funk and J. A. Hinton},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan},
  year={2011},
  volume={63}
}
A deep X-ray observation of the unidentified very high energy (VHE) gamma-ray source HESS J1702-420, for the first time, was carried out by Suzaku. No bright sources were detected in the XIS field of view (FOV) except for two faint point-like sources. The two sources, however, are considered not to be related to HESS J1702-420, because their fluxes in the 2-10 keV band (~ 10^-14 erg s^-1 cm^-2) are ~ 3 orders of magnitude smaller than the VHE gamma-ray flux in the 1-10 TeV band (F_{TeV} = 3.1 x… 

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