Victor Stamatescu

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Context. We present the discovery of very high energy (VHE, E > 100 GeV) γ-ray emission from the BL Lac object 1ES 1215+303 by the MAGIC telescopes and simultaneous multi-wavelength data in a broad energy range from radio to γ-rays. Aims. We study the VHE γ-ray emission from 1ES 1215+303 and its relation to the emissions in other wavelengths. Methods.(More)
In 2004, we searched for very high energy (VHE) gamma-ray emission from the Galactic Plane using the CANGAROO-III stereoscopic observation system. Two different longitude regions (= −19 • .5 and = +13 • .0) on the Galactic Plane were observed during July and August 2004. We analyzed events that triggered three telescopes aiming to measure the diffuse(More)
We report on the detection of very-high energy (VHE, E > 100 GeV) γ-ray emission from NGC 1275, the central radio galaxy of the Perseus cluster of galaxies. The source has been detected by the MAGIC telescopes with a statistical significance of 6.6 σ above 100 GeV in 46 hr of stereo observations carried out between August 2010 and February 2011. The(More)
We present the detection of nearby BL Lacertae object PKS 2155-304 with the CANGAROO-III imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescope system. This observation was triggered by the H.E.S.S. report in July 2006 that the outburst at TeV gamma-ray energy range occured on this object. Observations have been performed between 2006 July 28 and August 2. A signal from(More)
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A critical issue for adaptive visual tracking is that of model drift, which occurs when the state space of the object of interest is polluted by observations that should have been attributed to background clutter. One approach to mitigating model drift in adaptive feature-learning visual tracking systems is to introduce prior information about the object of(More)
Supermassive black holes with masses of millions to billions of solar masses are commonly found in the centers of galaxies. Astronomers seek to image jet formation using radio interferometry but still suffer from insufficient angular resolution. An alternative method to resolve small structures is to measure the time variability of their emission. Here we(More)
Context. Magnetars are an extreme, highly magnetized class of isolated neutron stars whose large X-ray luminosity is believed to be driven by their high magnetic field. Aims. Study for the first time the possible very high energy γ-ray emission above 100 GeV from magnetars, observing the sources 4U 0142+61 and 1E 2259+586. Methods. We observed the two(More)
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