Chinese astronomers detect gamma-ray emission from two star-forming galaxies

Chinese astronomers detect gamma-ray emission from two star-forming galaxies
Astronomers from Nanjing University in China have detected gamma ray emission from two star-forming galaxies designated M33 and Arp 299. The finding, which is detailed in a paper published March 17 on arXiv.org, could be helpful in improving knowledge about the origin of very high-energy emission in galaxies.
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