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Advances in Space Research, ISSN 0273-1177, 2019
The Galaxy contains a small but quite significant population of highly energetic denizens: supernova remnants with fast shocks, pulsars with powerful winds,... 
Gamma rays | Supernova remnants | Pulsar wind nebula | Acceleration | Gamma-ray binary | Cosmic rays
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Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings, ISSN 2405-6014, 09/2019, Volume 306-308, pp. 20 - 27
Our universe carries a small but important population of highly energetic denizens: supernova remnants with fast shocks, pulsars with powerful winds,... 
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Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings, ISSN 2405-6014, 10/2016, Volume 279-281, pp. 71 - 78
VERITAS is a ground-based array of four 12-meter telescopes near Tucson, Arizona and is one of the world's most sensitive detectors of very high energy (VHE, )... 
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 09/2018, Volume 479, Issue 3, pp. 3415 - 3421
The supernova remnant hypothesis for the origin of Galactic cosmic rays has passed several tests, but the firm identification of a supernova remnant PeVatron,... 
ISM: supernova remnants | Cosmic rays | ISM | AMPLIFICATION | cosmic rays | DIFFUSIVE SHOCK ACCELERATION | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | 3-DIMENSIONAL DISTRIBUTION | MILKY-WAY-GALAXY | MAGNETIC-FIELD | SPECTRUM | COSMIC-RAYS | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2017, Volume 471, Issue 1, pp. 201 - 209
Supernova remnants are often presented as the most probable sources of Galactic cosmic rays. This idea is supported by the accumulation of evidence that... 
ISM: supernova remnants | Cosmic rays | Gamma-rays: ISM | gamma-rays: ISM | ELECTRONS | STREAMING INSTABILITY | 3-DIMENSIONAL DISTRIBUTION | MILKY-WAY-GALAXY | AMPLIFICATION | cosmic rays | DIFFUSIVE SHOCK ACCELERATION | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | MAGNETIC-FIELD | EMISSION | COSMIC-RAYS | PROPAGATION | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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by Aartsen, M.G and Ackermann, M and Adams, J and Aguilar, J.A and Ahlers, M and Ahrens, M and Al Samarai, I and Altmann, D and Andeen, K and Anderson, T and Ansseau, I and Anton, G and Argüelles, C and Auffenberg, J and Axani, S and Bagherpour, H and Bai, X and Barron, J.P and Barwick, S.W and Baum, V and Bay, R and Beatty, J.J and Becker Tjus, J and Becker, K.-H and Benzvi, S and Berley, D and Bernardini, E and Besson, D.Z and Binder, G and Bindig, D and Blaufuss, E and Blot, S and Bohm, C and Börner, M and Bos, F and Böser, S and Botner, O and Bourbeau, E and Bourbeau, J and Bradascio, F and Braun, J and Brenzke, M and Bretz, H.-P and Bron, S and Brostean-Kaiser, J and Burgman, A and Busse, R.S and Carver, T and Cheung, E and Chirkin, D and Christov, A and Clark, K and Classen, L and Coenders, S and Collin, G.H and Conrad, J.M and Coppin, P and Correa, P and Cowen, D.F and Cross, R and Dave, P and Day, M and de André, J.P.A.M and De Clercq, C and Delaunay, J.J and Dembinski, H and De Ridder, S and Desiati, P and de Vries, K.D and de Wasseige, G and de With, M and Deyoung, T and Díaz-Vélez, J.C and Di Lorenzo, V and Dujmovic, H and Dumm, J.P and Dunkman, M and Dvorak, E and Eberhardt, B and Ehrhardt, T and Eichmann, B and Eller, P and Evenson, P.A and Fahey, S and Fazely, A.R and Felde, J and Filimonov, K and Finley, C and Flis, S and Franckowiak, A and Friedman, E and Fritz, A and Gaisser, T.K and Gallagher, J and Gerhardt, L and Ghorbani, K and Glauch, T and Glüsenkamp, T and Goldschmidt, A and Gonzalez, J.G and ... and VERITAS and HESS and Kapteyn and ASAS-SN and IceCube Collaboration and MAGIC Collaboration and Liverpool Telescope and HAWC and Fermi-LAT Collaboration and AGILE and Swift NuSTAR and INTEGRAL and Kanata, Kiso Subaru Observing Te and VLA 17B-403 Team and Subaru and Kanata and Kiso and Fermi-LAT and H.E.S.S and VLA/17B-403 teams and MAGIC and Swift/NuSTAR and The IceCube Collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Skolan för teknikvetenskap (SCI) and KTH and Fysik
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 07/2018, Volume 361, Issue 6398, p. eaat1378
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by Acharya, B.S and Actis, M and Aghajani, T and Agnetta, G and Aguilar, J and Aharonian, F and Ajello, M and Akhperjanian, A and Alcubierre, M and Aleksić, J and Alfaro, R and Aliu, E and Allafort, A.J and Allan, D and Allekotte, I and Amato, E and Anderson, J and Angüner, E.O and Antonelli, L.A and Antoranz, P and Aravantinos, A and Arlen, T and Armstrong, T and Arnaldi, H and Arrabito, L and Asano, K and Ashton, T and Asorey, H.G and Awane, Y and Baba, H and Babic, A and Baby, N and Bähr, J and Bais, A and Baixeras, C and Bajtlik, S and Balbo, M and Balis, D and Balkowski, C and Bamba, A and Bandiera, R and Barber, A and Barbier, C and Barceló, M and Barnacka, A and Barnstedt, J and Barres de Almeida, U and Barrio, J.A and Basili, A and Basso, S and Bastieri, D and Bauer, C and Baushev, A and Becerra, J and Becherini, Y and Bechtol, K.C and Becker Tjus, J and Beckmann, V and Bednarek, W and Behera, B and Belluso, M and Benbow, W and Berdugo, J and Berger, K and Bernard, F and Bernardino, T and Bernlöhr, K and Bhat, N and Bhattacharyya, S and Bigongiari, C and Biland, A and Billotta, S and Bird, T and Birsin, E and Bissaldi, E and Biteau, J and Bitossi, M and Blake, S and Blanch Bigas, O and Blasi, P and Bobkov, A and Boccone, V and Boettcher, M and Bogacz, L and Bogart, J and Bogdan, M and Boisson, C and Boix Gargallo, J and Bolmont, J and Bonanno, G and Bonardi, A and Bonev, T and Bonifacio, P and Bonnoli, G and Bordas, P and Borgland, A and Borkowski, J and Bose, R and Botner, O and Bottani, A and ... and CTA Consortium and Partikel- och astropartikelfysik and Skolan för teknikvetenskap (SCI) and KTH and Fysik
Astroparticle Physics, ISSN 0927-6505, 03/2013, Volume 43, Issue SI, pp. 3 - 18
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Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings, ISSN 2405-6014, 09/2019, Volume 306-308, pp. 69 - 73
With the observation of the first electromagnetic counterpart of Gravitational Wave (GW) transient GW170817, the potential of multimessenger astronomy has been... 
Cherenkov Telescope Array | gravitational waves | Cherenkov telescopes
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Astroparticle Physics, ISSN 0927-6505, 07/2017, Volume 93, pp. 1 - 7
The standard method for estimating the statistical significance of a gamma-ray source detection is that introduced by Li & Ma (1983), Eq. (17). In observing... 
Statistical methods | Gamma-ray bursts | Transient sources | Gamma-ray astronomy | ASTRONOMY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | LIKELIHOOD RATIO | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Gamma rays | Monte Carlo method | Astronomy
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The Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 04/2011, Volume 730, Issue 2, p. L20
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