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Shell-type SNRs as sources of cosmic rays
EPJ Web of Conferences
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 generation. SHALON observations have yielded results on Galactic supernova remnants (SNR) of different ages. Among them are: the shell-type SNRs Tycho's SNR (1572y), Cas A (1680y), IC 443 (age ∼ (3 ÷ 30) × 10 3 y), Cygni SNR (age ∼ (5 ÷ 7) × 10 3 y), G166.0 + 4.3 (age ∼ 24 × 10 3 y) and the classical novadoi:10.1051/epjconf/201614519003 fatcat:ugg5oyh3wndwjhtthaszsaykte