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We present the results of our identification of 14 X-ray sources detected in the eastern Galactic sky...
We consider scenario of a supernova interaction with a circumstellar shell proposed earlier to account for the second maximum in the light curve of the superluminous supernova (SLSN-I) SN 2019stc. It is shown that this mechanism is able to describe the secondary maximum at a circumstellar...
X-ray morphology of pulsar wind nebulae (PWNe) reflects the structure of underlying plasma outflows. This study aims to reveal the nature of one fine X-ray feature in images of the Vela nebula. The feature is shaped like a narrow bar, oriented across the south-eastern jet of the nebula. It is...
Pulsar wind nebulae (PWNe) show complex multiscale X-ray morphology with a wide variety of structures in form of tori, jets, rings, arcs, and knots. The global torus-jet morphology of PWNe is well described in terms of modern relativistic MHD models. Meanwhile, the nature of some of the finer...
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