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Manel. Martinez. 4. 3. rd. . Winter Meeting. March 2015-Benasque. Outline. 1) Introduction. 2) Basics on VHE Gamma Astronomy physics. 3) VHE gamma observatories. 4) CTA. 5. ) Conclusions. 1) INTRODUCTION.
84 . Hiroshi Nagai. (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan). In collaboration with. Monica . Orienti. , Motoki Kino, Kenta Suzuki, Keiichi Asada, Akihiro . Doi. , Gabriele . Giovannini. , Marcello .
Sergei Popov. (SAI MSU). Plan. General intro. Pulsar models. Population synthesis. Summary of discoveries. EGRET legacy. Just 6 pulsars:. Crab. Geminga. Vela. PSR B1055-52. PSR B1706-44 . PSR B1951+32 .
Yingen Xiong . and . Kari . Pulli. . Download our panorama software : . http://store.ovi.com/content/51491. . Outline. Introduction. What is the problem? Why do we need color correction?. Related work.
Alan Marscher. Institute for Astrophysical Research, Boston University. Research Web Page: www.bu.edu/blazars. Disclaimer. The data and discussion presented here are but a small subset of the huge number of both wonderful and not-so-wonderful multi-waveband studies..
(. GammaSIG. ). (. PhysPAG. ). 231. st. AAS. Meeting (2018). Sylvain Guiriec . –. . email@example.com. Gamma-ray Science Interest Group. (. GammaSIG. ). 2018/01/08. Agenda. PhysPAG. /. GammaSIG. “The e-ASTROGAM mission (exploring the extreme Universe with gamma rays in the MeV-GeV range)”.
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Andrew Levan. University of Warwick. Parameter space. Kouveliotou. et al. 1993. Parameter space. Kulkarni. & . Kasliwal. 2010. Parameter space. LGRBs. SGRBs. SGRs. ?. TDEs?. Galactic sources (SGR, LMXB, HMXB, .
Wavelength the size of an atom. Frequencies above UV. Uses of X-rays. Used in airports to examine luggage for the presence of dangerous weapons or bombs or for illegal transit of goods. . used to detect structural deficits or cracks in metal objects such as bridges and aircraft that are likely to be missed by the human eye.
Nathalie . Japkowicz. , Colin . Bellinger. , . Shiven. Sharma, Rodney Berg, Kurt . Ungar. . University of Ottawa, Northern Illinois University. Radiation Protection Bureau, Health Canada.