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2018A&A...612A..11H 495     A     X C       10 25 5 Extended VHE γ-ray emission towards SGR1806-20, LBV 1806-20, and stellar cluster Cl* 1806-20. HESS COLLABORATION, ABDALLA H., ABRAMOWSKI A., et al.
2017ApJS..231....8E 18       D               1 37 12 Magnetar broadband X-ray spectra correlated with magnetic fields: Suzaku archive of SGRs and AXPs Combined with NuSTAR, Swift, and RXTE. ENOTO T., SHIBATA S., KITAGUCHI T., et al.
2017MNRAS.465..383R 134           X         3 35 7 On the diversity of compact objects within supernova remnants - II. Energy-loss mechanisms. ROGERS A. and SAFI-HARB S.
2016ApJ...827...41Y 305           X         7 18 5 Studying the SGR 1806-20/Cl* 1806-20 region using the Fermi large area telescope. YEUNG P.K.H., KONG A.K.H., TAM P.H.T., et al.
2013ApJ...775..124F 16       D               1 98 6 Population synthesis of young isolated neutron stars: the effect of fallback disk accretion and magnetic field evolution. FU L. and LI X.-D.
2012ApJ...761...76T 83           X         2 15 31 Proper motions and origins of Sgr 1806-20 and Sgr 1900+14. TENDULKAR S.P., CAMERON P.B. and KULKARNI S.R.
2010ApJ...719.1104R viz 214       D S   X C       4 79 28 A new sample of very massive star forming complexes in the Spitzer GLIMPSE survey. RAHMAN M. and MURRAY N.
2008ApJ...676.1189M 546   K     O X         14 26 6 Neutral hydrogen absorption toward XTE J1810-197: the distance to a radio-emitting magnetar. MINTER A.H., CAMILO F., RANSOM S.M., et al.
2008MNRAS.386L..23B 63     A     X         2 20 63 A downward revision to the distance of the 1806-20 cluster and associated magnetar from Gemini Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. BIBBY J.L., CROWTHER P.A., FURNESS J.P., et al.
2007ARep...51...38P 49 0 Thermal radio emission and absorption in HII regions in the vicinity of remnants of type II supernovae. PYNZAR' A.V. and SHISHOV V.I.
2007PASJ...59..653N 40           X         1 12 29 A comprehensive study of short bursts from SGR1806-20 and SGR1900+14 detected by HETE-2. NAKAGAWA Y.E., YOSHIDA A., HURLEY K., et al.
2005A&A...435..239C         O           49 88 On the population of galactic Luminous Blue Variables. CLARK J.S., LARIONOV V.M. and ARKHAROV A.
2004A&A...419..191C 1 23 75 The connection between W31, SGR 1806-20, and LBV 1806-20: Distance, extinction, and structure. CORBEL S. and EIKENBERRY S.S.
2004ApJ...616..346A 23 22 Influence of an internal magnetar on supernova remnant expansion. ALLEN M.P. and HORVATH J.E.
2004ApJ...616..506E 38 42 Infrared observations of the candidate LBV 1806-20 and nearby cluster stars. EIKENBERRY S.S., MATTHEWS K., LAVINE J.L., et al.
2003ApJ...584L..17I 12 3 74 New evidence of proton-cyclotron resonance in a magnetar strength field from Sgr 1806-20. IBRAHIM A.I., SWANK J.H. and PARKE W.
2003SerAJ.167...93G 124 15 Observational data on galactic supernova remnants: I. The supernova remnants within l = 0 deg.-90 deg. GUSEINOV O.H., ANKAY A. and TAGIEVA S.O.
2002A&A...395..803A 171 42 A search for TeV gamma-ray emission from SNRs, pulsars and unidentified GeV sources in the Galactic plane in the longitude range between -2° and 85°. AHARONIAN F.A., AKHPERJANIAN A.G., BEILICKE M., et al.
2002APh....16..277C 11 9 A strongly magnetized strange star model for soft gamma-ray repeaters. CHENG K.S. and DAI Z.G.
2002ApJ...564..935K 1 10 33 Precise Chandra localization of the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. KAPLAN D.L., FOX D.W., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
2002ApJ...566..378K 26 27 Deep radio, optical, and infrared observations of Sgr 1900+14. KAPLAN D.L., KULKARNI S.R., FRAIL D.A., et al.
2002ApJ...574..332T 14 13 364 Electrodynamics of magnetars: implications for the persistent X-ray emission and spin-down of the soft gamma repeaters and anomalous X-ray pulsars. THOMPSON C., LYUTIKOV M. and KULKARNI S.R.
2002ApJ...574L..51I 5 6 71 Discovery of cyclotron resonance features in the soft gamma repeater SGR 1806-20. IBRAHIM A.I., SAFI-HARB S., SWANK J.H., et al.
2002ApJ...575..327K 18 15 Interaction between ionized and molecular gas in the active star-forming region W31. KIM K.-T. and KOO B.-C.
2002ApJ...579..716Z 7 11 Quiescent high-energy gamma-ray emission from soft gamma-ray repeaters. ZHANG L. and CHENG K.S.
2002MmSAI..73..300Z 23 3 Magnetars. ZIOLKOWSKI J.
2002MmSAI..73..318B 10 5 Magnetic fields of neutron stars: very low and very high. BISNOVATYI-KOGAN G.
2002MmSAI..73..346K 22 1 Gamma-ray bursts, update. KUNDT W.
2002MmSAI..73..496K 8 2 Chandra observations of soft gamma-ray repeaters. KAPLAN D.L.
2002MmSAI..73..560I 17 0 SGR/SNR association and 44Ti. IYUDIN A.F., MIRABEL F. and PAUL J.
2002MmSAI..73..590H 7 0 Concluding remarks. HURLEY K.
2001AcASn..42..339L 11 0 Progress on the research of soft gamma-ray repeaters. LI Z.-Y. and WANG Z.-R.
2001ApJ...547..929B 2 20 112 Photon splitting and pair creation in highly magnetized pulsars. BARING M.G. and HARDING A.K.
2001ApJ...549..979K 56 104 Radio continuum and recombination line study of ultracompact H II regions with extended envelopes. KIM K.-T. and KOO B.-C.
2001ApJ...550..397M 1 50 101 Nature versus nurture: the origin of soft gamma-ray repeaters and anomalous X-ray pulsars. MARSDEN D., LINGENFELTER R.E., ROTHSCHILD R.E., et al.
2001ApJ...554..322C 3 20 152 Effects of strong magnetic fields on neutron star structure. CARDALL C.Y., PRAKASH M. and LATTIMER J.M.
2001ApJ...563L.133E 1 8 23 Possible infrared counterparts to the soft gamma-ray repeater Sgr 1806-20. EIKENBERRY S.S., GARSKE M.A., HU D., et al.
2001ApJS..134...77S viz 166 194 Faint X-ray sources resolved in the ASCA galactic plane survey and their contribution to the galactic ridge X-ray emission. SUGIZAKI M., MITSUDA K., KANEDA H., et al.
2001ApJS..137..227A 1 10 32 KONUS catalog of soft gamma repeater activity: 1978 to 2000. APTEKAR R.L., FREDERIKS D.D., GOLENETSKII S.V., et al.
2000A&A...361..240M 2 4 27 BeppoSAX observations of SGR 1806-20. MEREGHETTI S., CREMONESI D., FEROCI M., et al.
2000ApJ...545L.127Z 2 4 34 Nature and nurture: a model for soft gamma-ray repeaters. ZHANG B., XU R.X. and QIAO G.J.
1999A&A...350..891F 1 16 48 ISO observations of the environment of the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. FUCHS Y., MIRABEL F., CHATY S., et al.
1999AN....320..257M 7 3 Soft gamma-ray repeaters and superstrong magnetic fields. MURAKAMI T.
1999AN....320..260H 4 5 Theory of magnetars. HARDING A.K.
1999ApJ...510L.107H 2 9 64 Reactivation and precise interplanetary network localization of the soft gamma repeater SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., KOUVELIOTOU C., WOODS P., et al.
1999ApJ...510L.111H 5 11 176 ASCA discovery of an X-ray pulsar in the error box of SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., LI P., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
1999ApJ...510L.119M 2 5 40 Accurate position of SGR 1900+14 by bursts and changes in pulse period and folded pulse profile with ASCA. MURAKAMI T., KUBO S., SHIBAZAKI N., et al.
1999ApJ...512L.113P 2 3 18 SGR 1806-20 is a set of independent relaxation systems. PALMER D.M.
1999ApJ...519L.143H 1 8 34 Precise interplanetary network localization of a new soft gamma repeater, Sgr 1627-41. HURLEY K., KOUVELIOTOU C., WOODS P., et al.
1999ApJ...519L.147S 1 8 29 Rossi X-ray timing explorer all-sky monitor localization of Sgr 1627-41. SMITH D.A., BRADT H.V. and LEVINE A.M.
1999ApJ...523L..37H 2 7 47 Where is Sgr 1806-20 ? HURLEY K., KOUVELIOTOU C., CLINE T., et al.
1999ApJ...523L..69T 1 10 53 Spin-down of the 65 millisecond X-ray pulsar in the supernova remnant G11.2-0.3. TORII K., TSUNEMI H., DOTANI T., et al.
1999ApJ...526L..29C 1 15 48 The distance to the soft gamma repeater Sgr 1627-41. CORBEL S., CHAPUIS C., DAME T.M., et al.
1999AstL...25..628M 9 14 Activity of the soft gamma repeater SGR 1900+14 in 1998 from Konus-Wind observations: 1. Short recurrent bursts. MAZETS E.P., CLINE T.L., APTEKAR R.L., et al.
1999Natur.398..127F 4 7 98 An outburst of relativistic particles from the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1900+14. FRAIL D.A., KULKARNI S.R. and BLOOM J.S.
1999PSci..265...84H 7 1 Les magnetoiles. HURLEY K.
1999PhT....52b..40B 10 5 New views of neutron stars. BILDSTEN L. and STROHMAYER T.
1998A&A...330.1067C 5 3 IR observations of SGR 1806-20 during the November 1996 active period. CASTRO-TIRADO A.J., GOROSABEL J. and HAMMERSLEY P.
1998A&A...336..397D 2 6 36 Do soft gamma repeaters emit gravitational waves? DE FREITAS PACHECO J.A.
1998ApJ...505..732H 1 26 130 ASCA X-ray spectroscopy of Large Magellanic Cloud supernova remnants and the metal abundances of the Large Magellanic Cloud. HUGHES J.P., HAYASHI I. and KOYAMA K.
1998ApJ...507L..55B 3 13 124 Radio-quiet pulsars with ultrastrong magnetic fields. BARING M.G. and HARDING A.K.
1998MmSAI..69..791H 52 9 A cradle census: evidence for young neutron stars in supernova remnants. HELFAND D.J.
1998MmSAI..69..819M 28 6 Anomalous pulsars and other radio quiet neutron stars in supernova remnants. MEREGHETTI S.
1998MmSAI..69..933R 11 4 High frequency observations of plerions and combined-type supernova remnants. REICH W., FURST E. and KOTHES R.
1998Natur.393..215K 7 14 Neutron stars: a star powered by magnetism. KULKARNI S.R. and THOMPSON C.
1998Natur.393..235K 44 5 672 An X-ray pulsar with a superstrong magnetic field in the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. KOUVELIOTOU C., DIETERS S., STROHMAYER T., et al.
1998PhRvL..80...18C 2 9 56 Are soft gamma-ray repeaters strange stars ? CHENG K.S. and DAI Z.G.
1997A&A...317L..87U 6 6 On the persistent X-ray emission from the soft γ-ray repeaters. USOV V.V.
1997A&A...319..923S 6 4 JCMT observations of Soft Gamma-Ray Repeaters. SMITH I.A., SCHULTZ A.S.B., HURLEY K., et al.
1997ApJ...478..624C 38   K                 16 63 The distance of the soft gamma repeater SGR 1806-20. CORBEL S., WALLYN P., DAME T.M., et al.
1997ApJ...480L.129F 38   K                 9 29 The changing stucture of the radio nebula around the soft gamma-ray repeater Sgr 1806-20. FRAIL D.A., VASISHT G. and KULKARNI S.R.
1997ApJ...490..823L 16 2 ROSAT X-ray observation of the second error box for Sgr 1900+14. LI P., HURLEY K., VRBA F., et al.
1996A&A...307L...1S 6 3 BIMA observations of the Soft Gamma-Ray Repeaters. SMITH I.A., CHERNIN L.M. and HURLEY K.
1996A&A...314..146V 9 10 Infrared observations of soft gamma repeaters. VAN PARADIJS J., WATERS L.B.F.M., GROOT P.J., et al.
1996AJ....111.1651F 90 192 A survey for OH (1720 MHz) maser emission toward supernova remnants. FRAIL D.A., GOSS W.M., REYNOSO E.M., et al.
1996ApJ...460..964F 1 7 37 The 1979 March 5 gamma-ray transient: was it a classic gamma-ray burst? FENIMORE E.E., KLEBESADEL R.W. and LAROS J.G.
1996ApJ...463L..13H 18 29 A possible X-ray counterpart to SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., LI P., VRBA F., et al.
1996ApJ...464..316F 9 5 An in-depth study of magnetospheric emission in soft gamma-ray repeaters. FATUZZO M. and MELIA F.
1996ApJ...468..225V 12 22 The double infrared source toward the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1900+14. VRBA F.J., LUGINBUHL C.B., HURLEY K.C., et al.
1996ApJ...470..513M 8 17 ROSAT observations of the soft gamma-ray burst error box coincident with the supernova remnant N49. MARSDEN D., ROTHSCHILD R.E., LINGENFELTER R.E., et al.
1996ApJ...473..322T 23 11 778 The soft gamma repeaters as very strongly magnetized neutron stars. II. Quiescent neutrino, x-ray, and alfven wave emission. THOMPSON C. and DUNCAN R.C.
1996BSAO...41...64T 110 4 Multi-frequency observations of supernova remnants with the RATAN-600 radio telescope. TRUSHKIN S.A.
1995A&ARv...6..225H 38 19 Gamma-rays from neutron stars. HARTMANN D.H.
1995AZh....72..796K 46 3 Investigation of the interstellar ionized gas in the Galaxy from observations of absorption of supernova remnants' emission. KOVALENKO A.V., PYNZAR' A.V. and UDAL'TSOV V.A.
1995AZh....72..826I 4 3 A model for the origin of gamma bursts in the magnetospheres of old neutron stars. ISTOMIN Y.N. and MOSYAGIN D.V.
1995Ap&SS.231...57M 7 3 ASCA observations of two SGRs SGR1806-20 and SGR0526-66. MURAKAMI T.
1995Ap&SS.231...77B 1 3 14 Photon splitting in soft gamma repeaters. BARING M.G. and HARDING A.K.
1995Ap&SS.231...89W 8 7 Millimeter and infrared observations of SGR 1806-20. WALLYN P., MAHONEY W.A., CORBEL S., et al.
1995ApJ...438..904M 5 8 Physics of magnetospheric emission in soft gamma-ray repeaters. MELIA F. and FATUZZO M.
1995ApJ...440L..61K 19 33 Optical and infrared observationd of SGR 1806-20. KULKARNI S.R., MATTHEWS K., NEUGEBAUER G., et al.
1995ApJ...440L..65V 37   K                 10 38 Radio monitoring and high-resolution imaging of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. VASISHT G., FRAIL D.A. and KULKARNI S.R.
1995ApJ...444L..33V 1 11 49 A luminous companion to SGR 1806-20. VAN KERKWIJK M.H., KULKARNI S.R., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1995ApJ...451L..57L 2 2 Synchrotron self-absorption model of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. LIANG E.P. and FENIMORE E.
1995BAAS...27Q.819F 3 ~ Magnetospheric emission in soft gamma-ray repeaters. FATUZZO M. and MELIA F.
1995MNRAS.275..255T 59 5 899 The soft gamma repeaters as very stronly magnetized neutron stars. I. Radiative mechanism for outbursts. THOMPSON C. and DUNCAN R.C.
1995PASP..107..606S 33 4 Recent results from the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. SHRADER C.R. and GEHRELS N.
1995S&W....34...95R 4 0 Weiche Gamma-Blitze von Neutronensternen. RADONS G.
1994AJ....107.1120F 1 13 50 Radio imaging of two supernova remnants containing pulsars. FRAIL D.A., KASSIM N.E. and WEILER K.W.
1994AZh....71...92K 105 3 Observations of supernova remnants at Pushchino. Compiled spectra of supernova remnants. KOVALENKO A.V., PYNZAR A.V. and UDAL'TZOV V.A.
1994AZh....71..110K viz 114 9 Observations of supernova remnants at Pushchino. Catalog of flux densities at meter wavelengths. KOVALENKO A.V., PYNZAR' A.V. and UDAL'TSOV V.A.
1994ApJ...423..709H 1 5 17 Upper limits to the soft gamma repeater population from the Lilas experiment aboard the PHOBOS mission. HURLEY K., ATTEIA J.-L., JOURDAIN E., et al.
1994ApJ...431L..31H 2 7 49 Network synthesis localization of two soft gamma repeaters. HURLEY K., SOMMER M., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
1994ApJ...431L..35V 1 14 83 Supernova remnant candidates for the soft gamma-ray repeater 1900+14. VASISHT G., KULKARNI S.R., FRAIL D.A., et al.
1994ApJ...432..742F 4 4 57 The X-ray spectrum of the soft gamma repeater 1806-20. FENIMORE E.E., LAROD J.G. and ULMER A.
1994ApJ...436L..23S 1 9 50 Characteristics of the persistent emission of SGR 1806-20. SONOBE T., MURAKAMI T., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
1994ComAp..17..313W 6 0 Conference report : Highlights of the Second Huntsville Gamma Ray Burst Worshop (20-22 October 1993, Huntsville, Alabama). WANG J.C.L.
1994Natur.368..127M 12 4 145 X-ray identification of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. MURAKAMI T., TANAKA Y., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
1994Natur.368..129K 4 9 110 The radio nebula of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. KULKARNI S.R., FRAIL D.A., KASSIM N.E., et al.
1994Natur.368..432R 4 10 121 Discovery of an X-ray source coincident with the soft gamma-ray repeater 0525-66. ROTHSCHILD R.E., KULKARNI S.R. and LINGENFELTER R.E.
1994PASP..106....1T 79 6 Astrophysics in 1993. TRIMBLE V. and LEONARD P.J.T.
1994Sci...263...47H 3 4 Taking stock of gamma ray bursts. HARTMANN D.H.
1993BAAS...25.1336K 2 0 Detection of reactivation of the SGR 1806-20. KOUVELIOTOU C., FISHMAN G.J., MEEGAN C.A., et al.
1993IAUC.5879....1K 72 T                   2 ~ SNR G10.0-O.3. KULKARNI S., FRAIL D. and KASSIM N.
1993Natur.365...13H 4 1 Twice is not enough. HURLEY K.
1993Natur.365...33K 9 5 146 Identification of a supernova remnant coincident with the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. KULKARNI S.R. and FRAIL D.A.
1993Natur.366..413C 1 4 16 X-rays from a gamma-ray repeater ? COOKE B.A.
1992ApJS...81..715S 165 96 An IRAS survey of galactic supernova remnants. SAKEN J.M., FESEN R.A. and SHULL J.M.
1992SNSNR.R....143Z 179 0 Metallicity of disk stars and a possible scenario of initial enrichment. ZHANG M. and MA E.
1991ApJ...382..204K 108 54 A survey of H I 21 centimeter emission lines toward supernova remnants. KOO B.-C. and HEILES C.
1991PASP..103..209G 177 192 Limitations imposed on statistical studies of Galactic supernova remnants by observational selection effects. GREEN D.A.
1989ApJ...347..915K 49 56 Low-frequency observations of galactic supernova remnants and the distribution of low-density ionized gas in the interstellar medium. KASSIM N.E.
1989ApJS...70..181A 160 104 An infrared survey of galactic supernova remnants. ARENDT R.G.
1989ApJS...71..799K 31 36 Radio spectrum studies of 32 first-quadrant galactic supernova remnants. KASSIM N.E.
1988Ap&SS.148....3G 164 147 A revised reference catalogue of galactic supernova remnants. GREEN D.A.
1986MNRAS.223..487M 13 12 G 7.7 - 3.7 - a supernova remnant with a high degree of radio polarization. MILNE D.K., ROGER R.S., KESTEVEN M.J., et al.
1984MNRAS.209..449G 149 289 Statistical studies of supernova remnants. GREEN D.A.
1983Ap&SS..97..287A 101 22 Sigma (D)-dependence of SNR in a cloudy interstellar medium and regular Z-effect. ALLAKHVERDIYEV A.O., GUSEINOV O.H., KASUMOV F.K., et al.
1979AuJPh..32...83M 129 272 A new catalogue of galactic SNRs corrected for distance from the galactic plane. MILNE D.K.
1978ApJS...38..119V 129 78 A systematic search for galactic Supernova Remnants. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1974A&AS...18..267G 124 78 The structure of the Milky Way. I. A radio continuum survey of the galactic plane at 408 MHz. GREEN A.J.

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