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Proceedings of The 34th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2015)
Gamma-ray emission from supernova remnants (SNRs) can provide a unique window to observe the cosmic-ray acceleration believed to take place in these objects. Tycho is an especially good target for investigating hadronic cosmic-ray acceleration and interactions because it is a young type Ia SNR that is well studied in other wavelengths, and it is located in a relatively clean environment. Several different theoretical models have been advanced to explain the broadband spectral energy emission ofdoi:10.22323/1.236.0769 fatcat:heqtblan2zbfno7w7kokdu465i