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Pulsars in a Bubble? Following Electron Diffusion in the Galaxy with TeV Gamma Rays

Published onMay 31, 2019
Pulsars in a Bubble? Following Electron Diffusion in the Galaxy with TeV Gamma Rays
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Abstract

TeV Halos, extended regions of gamma-ray emission around pulsars, are a new class of gamma-ray sources. They can be used to study pulsar properties and e+/e- diffusion on scales of ~10 pc, as well as to find misaligned pulsars. We outline the contributions of future gamma-ray instruments to the study of TeV Halos and the expected physics outcomes.

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