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Title: PACT results on very high energy g-ray emission from CRAB pulsar
Authors: Sripathi Acharya, B
Vishwanath, P. R
Bhat, P. N
Chitnis, V. R
Majumdar, P
Rahman, M. A
Singh, B. B
Keywords: PACT Results;Very High Energy g-Ray Emission;CRAB Pulsar;Radio Main Pulse Phase
Issue Date: Jul-2003
Publisher: International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
Citation: Kajita, Y. Asaoka, A. Kawachi, Y. Matsubara and M. Sasaki., eds., Proceedings of the 28th International Cosmic Ray Conference. July 31 - August 7, Trukuba, Japan, 2003. pp. 2501 - 2504
Abstract: The data taken on the Crab pulsar by the recently commissioned array of ˇ Cerenkov telescopes at Pachmarhi using the wave front sampling technique have been analyzed. The phasograms show significant excess of events at the Radio Main Pulse phase. This excess corresp onds to a 5.7σ signal and is confined to a narrow angular region around the source. It is present in most runs indicating constancy of emission. The energy estimate of the events indicate that the signal is due to higher energy events. This excess could corresp ond to the possible second component of Outer Gap models.
ISBN: 4-946443-80-0
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