TeV Gamma-Ray Astrophysics [E-Book] : Theory and Observations Presented at the Heidelberg Workshop, October 3–7, 1994 / edited by Heinrich J. Völk, Felix A. Aharonian.
Aharonian, Felix A., (editor)
Völk, Heinrich J., (editor)
Dordrecht : Springer, 1996
XV, 450 p. online resource.
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Table of Contents:
  • The Atmospheric Cherenkov Technique in Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
  • Differences between Gamma-Ray and Hadronic Showers
  • Present Status of Very High Energy Gamma Ray Observations
  • Gamma-Ray Bursts and Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
  • Overview of TeV Gamma-Ray Observations
  • The Atmospheric ?erenkov Technique in the Search for PBH
  • Gamma-Hadron Separation at High Energies in View of Recent Cross Section Measurements
  • Future Instrumental Capabilities in the Energy Range of Nuclear Transitions
  • AGATE: A High Energy Gamma-Ray Telescope Using Drift Chambers
  • Gamma-Ray Astronomy: Extension beyond the GeV Domain by Ground-Based Observations
  • The Art and Power of ?erenkov Imaging
  • Stereoscopic Measurements of the ?erenkov Radiation Produced by TeV Gamma-Rays
  • Wide Angle Air ?erenkov Detectors
  • Low Threshold Particle Arrays
  • Water Cherenkov Detectors: MILAGRO
  • High Energy Neutrino Telescopes
  • Pulsars as Gamma Rays Sources: Nebular Shocks and Magnetosphere Gaps
  • Inverse-Compton Gamma Rays From Plerions
  • Shell Type Supernova Remnants
  • The Nonthermal Energy Content and Gamma Ray Emission of Starburst Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies
  • Gamma-Rays from Active Galactic Nuclei: Emission Processes and Particle Acceleration
  • The Hadronic Model of Active Galactic Nuclei
  • TeV Gamma-Rays from Proton Blazars
  • High Energy Neutrinos from Quasars
  • Possible Episodic Gamma-Ray Sources: Moving Fragile Target Crosses Relativistic Particle Beam
  • Topological Defects and Highest Energy Cosmic and Gamma Rays
  • Intergalactic Magnetic Fields, and Some Connections with Cosmic Rays
  • Absorption of High Energy Gamma-Rays by Low Energy Intergalactic Photons
  • Probing the Era of Galaxy Formation via TeV Gamma Ray Absorption by the Near Infrared Extragalactic Background
  • Recent Results from COMPTEL
  • The Cosmic Microwave Background.