F. Salamida* and I. Tamborra
March 09, 2017
June 20, 2017
The past few years have witnessed exciting discoveries in particle astrophysics. Astrophysical neutrinos, with the highest energy ever observed, have been detected by the IceCube telescope, launching the high-energy neutrino astronomy era. LIGO has spotted, for the first time, gravitational waves from compact star merging. Our knowledge of the gamma-ray sky has dramatically improved thanks to the Fermi telescope. By combining information coming from such a pletora of data, we are now starting to learn about of thermal and non-thermal astrophysical sources and their properties. We here present a concise summary of the status of the art in the field as reported in the ``Multimessenger astrophysics'' parallel session of Neutrino Oscillation Workshop 2016.
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