Best parameter sets of the fit of the parent particle distribution of Eq. (1) in the leptonic (subscript e for electrons) and hadronic (subscript p for protons) scenarios using solely the γ-ray data.
|[102 TeV−1 cm−2]||7.8 ± 0.6(±3.1)|
|Leptonic||pe||2.33 ± 0.03(±0.33)|
|Ecut, e||[TeV]||27 ± 1(±12)|
|We||[1047 erg]||4.1 ± 0.3(±1.7)|
|[104 TeV−1 cm−2]||7.8 ± 0.3(±2.0)|
|Hadronic||pp||1.83 ± 0.02(±0.11)|
|Ecut, p||[TeV]||55 ± 6(±13)|
|[1049 erg]||7.1 ± 0.3(±1.9)|
Notes. N0, e,p represents the differential particle number at 1 TeV, pe,p the spectral index, Ecut, e,p the cutoff energy, d the distance to the SNR (using 750 pc), n the density of the ambient medium (in cm−3), and We ,p the total energy in accelerated particles above 100 GeV for electrons in the leptonic model and above 1 GeV for protons in the hadronic model. The quoted errors represent 1σ statistical (systematic in parentheses) uncertainties.
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