VERY HIGH ENERGY OBSERVATIONS OF PSR B 1951 + 32

@inproceedings{SrinivasanVERYHE,
  title={VERY HIGH ENERGY OBSERVATIONS OF PSR B 1951 + 32},
  author={R Sanjai Srinivasan and Peter J Boyle and James H. Buckley and Alexander Burdett and Javier Bussons Gordo and D. A. Carter-Lewis and Michael F. Cawley and Michael Anthony Catanese and Elisabetta Colombo and David J. Fegan and John Patrick Finley and John A. Gaidos and A. M. Hillas and Richard C. Lamb and Frank Krennrich and Rodney W. Lessard and Conor B. Masterson and Julie Mcenery and Gora Mohanty and Philip G. Moriarty and Jacqueline Quinn and Andrew J.W. Rodgers and Hugh James Rose and Frank W. Samuelson and Glenn Harry Sembroski and Trevor C. Weekes and Jeffrey Alan Zweerink}
}
PSR B1951+32 is a γ-ray pulsar detected by the Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) and identified with the 39.5 ms radio pulsar in the supernova remnant CTB 80. The EGRET data shows no evidence for a spectral turnover. Here we report on the first observations of PSR B1951+32 beyond 30 GeV. The observations were carried out with the 10m γ-ray telescope at the Whipple Observatory on Mt. Hopkins, Arizona. In 8.1 hours of observation we find no evidence for steady or periodic emission… CONTINUE READING

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