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Milagro is a TeV-band gamma ray telescope located in the New Mexico mountains. It is designed to monitor the entire overhead sky with 100% duty cycle, to search for high energy astronomical transients and unknown sources of very high energy gamma rays.

Publications

2003 · 2004 · 2005 · All
R. Atkins, et al. (Milagro Collaboration), "Constraints on very high energy gamma-ray emission from gamma-ray bursts," Astrophys. J. 630, 996 (2005)
R. Atkins, et al. (Milagro Collaboration), "Evidence for TeV gamma-ray emission from the Galactic plane," Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 251103 (2005)
R. Atkins, et al. (Milagro Collaboration), "TeV gamma-ray survey of the Northern Hemisphere sky using the Milagro observatory," Astrophys. J. 608, 680 – 685 (2004)
R. Atkins, et al. (Milagro Collaboration), "Limits on the very high energy emission from gamma ray bursts with the Milagro observatory," Astrophys. J. Lett. 604, L25 – L28 (2004)
R. Atkins, et al. (Milagro Collaboration), "Search for very high energy gamma rays from WIMP annihilations near the Sun with the Milagro detector," Phys. Rev. D 70, 083516 (2004)
M. F. Morales, D. A. Williams and T. DeYoung, "An advanced analysis technique for transient searches in wide-field gamma-ray observatories," Astropart. Phys. 20, 485 – 497 (2004)
R. Atkins, et al. (Milagro Collaboration), "Observation of the Crab Nebula by the Milagro Gamma Ray Observatory using a new background rejection technique," Astrophys. J. 585, 803 – 811 (2003)
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T. DeYoung : Milagro Wide-Field Gamma Ray Observatory