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Title: Search for pulsed Te V gamma- rays from Crab pulsar with the TACTIC Imaging gamma-ray Telescope
Authors: Rannot, R. C
Yadav, K. K
Dhar, V. K
Tickoo, A. K
Bhatt, N
Bhattacharyya, S
Chandra, P
Goyal, H. C
Kaul, C. L
Kaul, R. K
Kothari, M
Kotwal, S
Koul, R
Sahayanathan, S
Sapru, M. L
Sharma, M
Venugopal, K
Bhat, C. L
Keywords: TeV Gamma Rays;The Crab Nebula
Issue Date: Sep-2002
Publisher: Astronomical Society of India
Citation: BASI, Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 699 - 700
Abstract: The TACTIC Imaging Element has observed Crab Nebula/pulsar for a total. of about 40 hours during Jan.- Mar. 2001. Preliminary results do not show any evidence of the 33 ms pulsations from the pulsar direction at an energy threshold of 1 TeV. The 99.9% confidence level upper limit for pulsed emission has been derived to be ~ 22% of the steady flux from the Crab Nebula.
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