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Speaker: Prof. K. S. Cheng
Affiliation: The University of Hong Kong
Datetime: 3:00-4:00PM,June 13th(Wednesday)
Venue: Room 427, Mainbuilding
Abstract: Gamma-ray binary is a binary system consisting of a compact object and a massive star. Currently 7 such systems are found. They share very common features, for examples they are all detected in KeV, GeV and TeV energy range. However these emissions are not all detected in same orbital phases. In this talk we review the observed properties of these systems and explain some of these system emission properties by a unified theoretical model.

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