The gamma-ray and neutrino sky: A consistent picture of Fermi-LAT, Milagro, and IceCube results

@article{Gaggero2015TheGA,
  title={The gamma-ray and neutrino sky: A consistent picture of Fermi-LAT, Milagro, and IceCube results},
  author={Daniele Gaggero and Dario Grasso and Antonio Marinelli and Alfredo Urbano and Mauro Valli},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2015}
}
We compute the gamma-ray and neutrino diffuse emission of the Galaxy on the basis of a recently proposed phenomenological model characterized by radially dependent cosmic-ray (CR) transport properties. We show how this model, designed to reproduce both Fermi-LAT gamma-ray data and local CR observables, naturally reproduces the anomalous TeV diffuse emission observed by Milagro in the inner Galactic plane. Above 100 TeV our picture predicts a neutrino flux that is about five (two) times larger… Expand

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