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

By Henrike Fleischhack and others
TeV Halos, extended regions of TeV gamma-ray emission around middle-aged pulsars, have recently been established as a new source class in gamma-ray astronomy. These halos have been attributed to relativistic electrons and positrons that have left the acceleration region close to the pulsar and are diffusing in the surrounding medium.... Show more
March 18, 2019
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Pulsars in a Bubble? Following Electron Diffusion in the Galaxy with TeV Gamma Rays
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