Exploration of Galactic γ-Ray Supernova Remnants release_7u7qzcq35jb5nd7asyklcpxkbi

by Wenwu Tian, Jianli Zhang

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New generational very-high-energy telescope arrays have been detecting more than 120 TeV γ-ray sources. Multi-wavelength observations on these Gamma-ray sources have proven to be robust in shedding light on their nature. The coming radio telescope arrays like ASKAP and FAST may find more faint (extended) radio sources due to their better sensitivities and resolutions, might identify more previously un-identified γ-ray sources and set many new targets for future deep surveys by very-high-energy ground-based telescopes like LHAASO. We in the paper summarize a list of known Galactic γ-ray Supernova Remnants (SNRs) with or without radio emissions so far, which includes some SNRs deserving top priority for future multi-wavelength observations.
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