XMM-Newton image of sky around HESS J1616-508
XMM-Newton MOS image of the region surrounding the bright TeV source HESS J1616-508, indicated with the 16'-diameter green circle, in the energy range 0.5-10 keV. The object has no corresponding counterpart visible at these X-ray energies.
The pulsar PSR J1617-5055, labelled as A, is recognised by Landi R. et al.  as the most likely power source for the TeV emission.
The large source at the bottom of the image is the supernova remnant RCW 103, with the compact variable X-ray source 1E 161348-5055.1 (labelled as B) at its centre.
The small source close to the HESS J1616-508 TeV source, labelled as S, is the star HD 146184. Coordinates are in Right Ascension and declination.