IceCube and HAWC constraints on very-high-energy emission from the Fermi bubbles

@article{Fang2017IceCubeAH,
  title={IceCube and HAWC constraints on very-high-energy emission from the Fermi bubbles},
  author={K. Fang and M. Su and T. Linden and K. Murase},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={123007}
}
  • K. Fang, M. Su, +1 author K. Murase
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
  • The nature of the $\gamma$-ray emission from the \emph{Fermi} bubbles is unknown. Both hadronic and leptonic models have been formulated to explain the peculiar $\gamma$-ray signal observed by the Fermi-LAT between 0.1-500~GeV. If this emission continues above $\sim$30~TeV, hadronic models of the \emph{Fermi} bubbles would provide a significant contribution to the high-energy neutrino flux detected by the IceCube observatory. Even in models where leptonic $\gamma$-rays produce the \emph{Fermi… CONTINUE READING

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