- Conference date: 9–13 July 2012
- Location: Heidelberg, Germany
Supernova remnants (SNRs) are believed to be the sources of hadronic Cosmic-Rays (CRs). During its five years of life, the AGILE γ-ray satellite observed several SNRs, collecting a great amount of data together with the Fermi satellite. Two middle-aged SNRs, W28 and W44, are very interesting sources in this context. We started a theoretical and experimental comparison between these important sources in order to clarify the processes that could affect CR acceleration and propagation.
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