Bright gamma-ray sources observed by DArk Matter Particle Explorer
August 18, 2017
August 03, 2018
DArk Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) is a high energy cosmic ray and gamma-ray telescope sensitive in energies from ∼1 GeV to ∼10 TeV. After beyond one year’s on-orbit operation, tens of sources including pulsars (PSR), active galaxy nuclei (AGN), supernova remnants (SNR) etc. have been identified in the DAMPE gamma-ray sky. Here we present the preliminary analysis results of DAMPE observation of some selected bright sources, including their fluxes, test statistic values, spectra and light curves.
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