Progress in multi-waveband observations of supernova remnants

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The development of observational techniques has enriched our knowledge of supernova remnants. In this paper, we review the main progresses in the last decade, including new discoveries of supernova remnants and the associated (rare type of) pulsars, nucleosynthesis, the interaction between supernova remnants and molecular clouds, dust in the supernova remnants, shock physics, and cosmic ray accelerations.

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Yang, X., Lu, F., & Tian, W. (2008). Progress in multi-waveband observations of supernova remnants. Progress in Natural Science, 18(9), 1057–1062. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pnsc.2008.03.016

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