From high energy gamma sources to cosmic rays, one century after their discovery. Summary of the SciNeGHE2012 workshop
The CTA aims at the Inert Doublet Model
We show that the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) can realistically challenge the Inert Doublet Model, one of the simplest and best known models of dark matter. Specifically, the CTA may exclude its…
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Dark matter and fundamental physics with the Cherenkov Telescope Array
High energy γ-ray emission from compact galactic sources in the context of observations with the next generation Cherenkov Telescope Arrays
Observation of Pulsed γ-Rays Above 25 GeV from the Crab Pulsar with MAGIC
By developing a new electronic trigger, the threshold of the MAGIC telescope is lowered, revealing a relatively high cutoff energy in the phase-averaged spectrum, which indicates that the emission occurs far out in the magnetosphere, hence excluding the polar-cap scenario as a possible explanation of the measurement.