Very Hight Energy Observationa of Shell-Type Supernova Remnants with SHALON Mirror Cherenkov Telescopes

@article{Sinitsyna2016VeryHE,
  title={Very Hight Energy Observationa of Shell-Type Supernova Remnants with SHALON Mirror Cherenkov Telescopes},
  author={Vera G. Sinitsyna and Vera Y. Sinitsyna},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2016}
}
The investigation of VHE gamma-ray sources by any methods, including mirror Cherenkov telescopes, touches on the problem of the cosmic ray origin and, accordingly, the role of the Galaxy in their generation. The SHALON observations have yielded the results on Galactic shell-type supernova remnants (SNR) on different evolution stages. Among them are: SNRs Tycho's SNR, Cas A, IC 443, $\gamma$Cygni SNR and classical nova GK Per (Nova 1901). For each of SNRs the observation results are presented… 
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Shell-type SNRs as sources of cosmic rays

Investigations of VHE gamma-ray sources by any methods, including mirror Cherenkov telescopes, touch on the problem of the cosmic ray origin and, accordingly, the role of the Galaxy in their

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