Report on the gamma-ray source 2CG 135+01
We present the current status of research on the prominent
unidentified gamma-ray source 2CG 135+01 near the Galactic plane.
Discovered by COS-B, and observed several times by EGRET with
a variable gamma-ray flux, 2CG 135+01 might be associated with
the massive 'radio star' LSI 61 303.
We present the results of simultaneous gamma-ray and radio
observations of these sources, and discuss their implications
also in light of a recently established new gamma-ray source
near 2CG 135+1.
The 2CG 135+01/LSI 61 303 system might be a neutron star-massive
star binary, producing gamma-ray and radio emission by a
termination shock of a pulsar wind interacting with gaseous
outflow from the companion star.
File translated from TEX by TTH, version 2.32.
On 16 Jul 1999, 09:19.