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We present results from the first 12 months of operation of Radio Galaxy Zoo, which upon completion will enable visual inspection of over 170 000 radio sources to determine the host galaxy of the radio emission and the radio morphology. Radio Galaxy ...
Acharya, B.S.;Aramo, C.;Babic, A.;Barrio, J.A.;Baushev, A.;Becker Tjus, J.;Berge, D.;Bohacova, M.;Bonardi, A.;Brown, A.;Bugaev, V.;Bulik, T.;Burton, M.;Busetto, G.;Caraveo, P.;Carosi, R.;Carr, J.;Chadwick, P.;Chudoba, J.;Conforti, V.;Connaughton, V.;Contreras, J.L.;Cotter, G.;Dazzi, F.;De Franco, A.;de la Calle, I.;de los Reyes Lopez, R.;De Lotto, B.;De Palma, F.;Di Girolamo, T.;Di Giulio, C.;Di Pierro, F.;Dournaux, J.-L.;Dwarkadas, V.;Ebr, J.;Egberts, K.;Fesquet, M.;Fleischhack, H.;Font, L.;Fontaine, G.;Förster, A.;Fuessling, M.;Garcia, B.;Garcia López, R.;Garczarczyk, M.;Gargano, F.;Garrido, D.;Gaug, M.;Giglietto, N.;Giordano, F.;Giuliani, A.;Godinovic, N.;Gonzalez, M.M.;Grabarczyk, T.;Hassan, T.;Hörandel, J.;Hrabovsky, M.;Hrupec, D.;Humensky, T.B.;Huovelin, J.;Jamrozy, M.;Janecek, P.;Kaaret, P.E.;Katz, U.;Kaufmann, S.;Khélifi, B.;Kluźniak, W.;Kocot, J.;Komin, N.;Kubo, H.;Kushida, J.;Lamanna, G.;Lee, W.H.;Lenain, J.-P.;Lohse, T.;Lombardi, S.;López-Coto, R.;López-Oramas, A.;Lucarelli, F.;Maccarone, M.C.;Maier, G.;Majumdar, P.;Malaguti, G.;Mandat, D.;Mazziotta, M.N.;Meagher, K.;Mirabal, N.;Morselli, A.;Moulin, E.;Niemiec, J.;Nievas, M.;Nishijima, K.;Nosek, D.;Nunio, F.;Ohishi, M.;Ohm, S.;Ong, R.A.;Orito, R.;Otte, N.;Palatka, M.;Pareschi, G.;Pech, M.;Persic, M.;Pohl, M.;Prouza, M.;Quirrenbach, A.;Rainó, S.;Rodriguez Fernandez, G.;Romano, P.;Rovero, A.C.;Rudak, B.;Schovanek, P.;Shayduk, M.;Siejkowski, H.;Sillanpää, A.;Stefanik, S.;Stolarczyk, T.;Szanecki, M.;Szepieniec, T.;Tejedor, L.A.;Telezhinsky, I.;Teshima, M.;Tibaldo, L.;Tibolla, O.;Tovmassian, G.;Travnicek, P.;Trzeciak, M.;Vallania, P.;van Eldik, C.;Vercellone, S.;Vigorito, C.;Wagner, S.J.;Wakely, S.P.;Weinstein, A.;Wierzcholska, A.;Wilhelm, A.;Wojcik, P.;Yoshikoshi, T.
Supernova remnants (SNRs) are among the most important targets for γ-ray observatories. Being prominent non-thermal sources, they are very likely responsible for the acceleration of the bulk of Galactic cosmic rays (CRs). To firmly establish the SNR ...
The Compact High Energy Camera (CHEC) is a camera design for the Small-Sized Telescopes (SSTs; 4 m diameter mirror) of the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA). The SSTs are focused on very-high-energy -ray detection via atmospheric Cherenkov light detect...
Aurorae are detected from all the magnetized planets in our Solar System, including Earth(1). They are powered by magnetospheric current systems that lead to the precipitation of energetic electrons into the high-latitude regions of the upper atmosph...
The Gamma-ray Cherenkov Telescope (GCT) is proposed for the Small-Sized Telescope component of the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA). GCT's dual-mirror Schwarzschild-Couder (SC) optical system allows the use of a compact camera with small form-factor p...
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