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Title: Search for very high energy gamma-ray emission from pulsar-pulsar wind nebula systems with the MAGIC telescope
Author: Antoranz, P.
Baixeras Divar, Carmen
Balestra, S.
Barrio, J. A.
Becerra González, J.
Bordas Coma, Pol
Bosch i Ramon, Valentí
Bose, D.
Camara, M.
Contreras, J. L.
Delgado Mendez, C.
Fonseca, M. V.
Miranda, J. M.
Moldón Vara, Francisco Javier
Nieto, D.
Oya, I.
Paredes i Poy, Josep Maria
Ribó Gomis, Marc
Robert, A.
Zabalza de Torres, Víctor
Keywords: Astronomia de raigs gamma
Telescopis espacials
Gamma ray astronomy
Space telescopes
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Institute of Physics (IOP)
Abstract: The MAGIC collaboration has searched for high-energy gamma-ray emission of some of the most promising pulsar candidates above an energy threshold of 50 GeV, an energy not reachable up to now by other ground-based instruments. Neither pulsed nor steady gamma-ray emission has been observed at energies of 100 GeV from the classical radio pulsars PSR J0205+6449 and PSR J2229+6114 (and their nebulae 3C58 and Boomerang, respectively) and the millisecond pulsar PSR J0218+4232. Here, we present the flux upper limits for these sources and discuss their implications in the context of current model predictions.
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It is part of: Astrophysical Journal, 2010, vol. 710, num. 1, p. 828-835
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ISSN: 0004-637X
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