author={Felix Aharonian and A. G. Akhperjanian and Gisela Anton and Ulisses Barres de Almeida and A. R. Bazer-Bachi and Y Becherini and Bagmeet Behera and Wystan Benbow and Konrad Bernl{\"o}hr and Catherine Boisson and Anne Bochow and V. Borrel and E. Brion and J. Brucker and P. Brun and Rolf B{\"u}hler and Tomasz Bulik and I. B{\"u}sching and Timoth{\'e} Boutelier and Paula M Chadwick and Ald{\'e}e Charbonnier and Ryan C. G. Chaves and A. Cheesebrough and L. M. Chounet and A. C. Clapson and Nicolas Produit and Matthew Dalton and M. K. Daniel and I. D. Davids and Bernard Degrange and Christoph Deil and Hugh J. Dickinson and Arache Djannati-Ata{\"i} and Wilfried F. Domainko and Luke O'c. Drury and Franky Dubois and Guillaume Dubus and Jarosław Dyks and Michal Dyrda and Kathrin Egberts and D. Emmanoulopoulos and P. Espigat and Christian Farnier and Fabrice Feinstein and A. Fiasson and Andreas F{\"o}rster and G. Fontaine and Matthias F{\"u}ssling and Stefano Gabici and Yves A. Gallant and Lucie G{\'e}rard and Berrie Giebels and J. F. Glicenstein and B. Gl{\"u}ck and Philippe Goret and D. G{\"o}hring and Dominik Hauser and Marcus Hauser and S. Heinz and G. Heinzelmann and Gilles Henri and German Hermann and J. A. Hinton and A. Hoffmann and W. Hofmann and M. Holleran and Silke Hoppe and Dieter Horns and A. Jacholkowska and O. C. de Jager and Constanze Jahn and Ira Jung and Krzysztof Katarzyński and Uli Katz and Sarah Kaufmann and E. Kendziorra and Matthias Kerschhaggl and Dmitry Khangulyan and B. Kh{\'e}lifi and D. Keogh and W. Kluźniak and Tanja M. Kneiske and Nu. Komin and K. Kosack and Giovanni Lamanna and I. J. Latham and J.-P. Lenain and T. Lohse and V. Marandon and J. M. Martin and Olivier Martineau-Huynh and Alexandre Marcowith and David Maurin and T. J. L. Mccomb and Maria Clara Medina and Rafal Moderski and Emmanuel Moulin and Melitta Naumann-Godo and Mathieu de Naurois and Dalibor Nedbal and Daniil Nekrassov and Jacek Niemiec and S. J. Nolan and S. Ohm and J-F. Olive and Emma de O{\~n}a Wilhelmi and K. J. Orford and Michał Ostrowski and Mike Panter and Manuel Paz Arribas and Giovanna Pedaletti and Guy Pelletier and P. Petrucci and Santiago Pita and Gerd P{\"u}hlhofer and M. Punch and Andreas Quirrenbach and B. C. Raubenheimer and Martin Raue and Stephen Mark Rayner and M. Renaud and Frank M. Rieger and Joachim Ripken and L. Rob and S. Rosier-Lees and Gavin Rowell and B. Rudak and Cameron B Rulten and J. Ruppel and Vardan Sahakian and A. Santangelo and Reinhard Schlickeiser and F. M. Sch{\"o}ck and R. Schr{\"o}der and U. Schwanke and Stefan Schwarzburg and Stefanie Schwemmer and Andreas Shalchi and Marek Sikora and J. L. Skilton and H'elene Sol and D. Spangler and Łukasz Stawarz and Riaan Steenkamp and Christian M. Stegmann and Giulia Superina and Anna Z. Sz{\'o}stek and P. H. Thomas Tam and J-P. Tavernet and R. Terrier and Omar Tibolla and Martin Tluczykont and C. van Eldik and Georges Vasileiadis and Christo Venter and L. Venter and J. P. Vialle and P. Vincent and Jacco Vink and Matthieu Vivier and H. J. V{\"o}lk and Francesca Volpe and Stephen J. Wagner and M. Ward and A. A. Zdziarski and Andreas Zech},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  pages={L40 - L44}
We report the discovery of faint very high energy (VHE; E > 100 GeV) γ-ray emission from the radio galaxy Centaurus A in observations performed with the High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S.) experiment, an imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescope array consisting of four telescopes located in Namibia. Centaurus A has been observed for more than 120 hr. A signal with a statistical significance of 5.0σ is detected from the region including the radio core and the inner kpc jets. The integral… 

The γ-ray spectrum of the core of Centaurus A as observed with H.E.S.S. and Fermi-LAT

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For the first time an excess of photons above an energy threshold of 730 GeV from the giant radio galaxy M 87 has been measured at a significance level above 4 σ. The data have been taken during the

High-energy particle acceleration at the radio-lobe shock of Centaurus A

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