1-3 December 2020
Europe/Rome timezone

New gamma-ray observations in the GeV and TeV domain have revealed a new class of gamma-ray emission regions: the gamma-ray halos. Gamma-ray halos are characterised by regions in which electrons and positrons escape from the Pulsar Wind Nebula and produce a region that is bright in gamma rays. In this Workshop, we aim to discuss the latest results from GeV and TeV instruments, their implications in the current propagation theories and the prospects for future observations.

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