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Journal of Astrophysics & Aerospace Technology

Author(s): Yousaf M Butt

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A source of astoundingly energetic γ-rays associated with a star cluster might provide a clue to a century-old question: where do the cosmic rays that constantly bombard Earth come from? Massive stars have extreme lifestyles. They are born in clusters of up to several thousand members, blow fierce charged-particle winds during their short lives, and die — more or less together — in powerful supernova explosions.

This article was published in Astrophysics and referenced in Journal of Astrophysics & Aerospace Technology

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