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East Asian Meeting on Astronomy
October 14(Mon)-18(Fri), 2013
NCU, Taiwan

Oral Presentation

Multi-wavebands study of Supernova remnants

Author(s): WenWu Tian, XiaoHong Cui, LingZhi Wang, Dan Wu, Hongquan Su, Hui Zhu (NAOC)

Presenter: Xiaohong Cui (National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC))

Supernova Remnants (SNRs) are the most popular origin of Galactic Cosmic rays (CRs). The multi-waveband observations of SNRs and the SNR-molecular cloud system helps understand the acceleration and propagation of CRs. More than 100 TeV cosmic ray sources have so far been detected by Imaging Air Cherenkov Telescope. The following identification in low energy bands to the sources plays a key role to understand them. And next generation telescopes in radio and high-energy bands like SKA and LASSHO will be powerful in this project.
The multi-wavelength studies from radio, X-ray to gamma-ray bands including the identification of high-energy sources, distance and high-energy emissions of known SNRs will be presented.

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