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DATE

1996-01

AUTHORS

F. A. Aharonian, A. M. Atoyan

ABSTRACT

A model for production of episodic γ-ray event at interaction of a moving gas target with, a beam of relativistic particles is proposed. The typical duration of γ-ray emission is limited by the flight time of the target across the beam as well as by the time of destruction and/or expulsion of the target by luminous beam. The time-dependent radiation spectra of the expanding and moving gas cloud irradiated by the beam are calculated for the galactic binary systems Her X-1 and AE Aquarii which are reported as episodic γ-ray emitters at very high energies. Some predictions and observational tests for the model are discussed. More... »

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357-373

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00195045

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