XMM – Newton and ESO observations of the two Unidentified γ – ray Sources 3 EG J 0616 − 3310 and 3 EG J 1249 − 8330 ⋆


The limited angular resolution of γ–ray telescopes prevents a direct identification of the majority of sources detected so far. This is particularly true for the low latitude, probably galactic, ones only 10 % of which has been identified. Most counterparts of the identified low–latitude γ–ray sources are Isolated Neutron Stars (INS), both radio–loud and… (More)

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