By Tonkin S. F.
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Introduction During the 1990's the field of high-energy gamma-ray astrophysics blossomed. ' EGRET greatly advanced our understanding of the high energy gamma-ray sky: Among them were the discoveries that for many blazars, intense gamma-ray flares are seen, that many blazars and some pulsars have peak luminosity at GeV energies, and that the spectrum of GRBs extends to at least GeV energies. However, of this multitude of sources, less than half have been definitively associated with known astrophysical objects.
D E PARIS, E . DEL MONTE, G. DI COCCO, I. DONNARUMMA, M. FEROCI, M. FIORINI, L. FOGGETTA, T. FROSLYAND, M. FRUTTI, F. FUSCHINO, M. GALLI, F. GIANOTTI, A. GIULIANI, C. LABANTI, I. LAPSHOV, F. LAZZAROTTO, F. LIELLO, P. LIPARI, M. MARISALDI, M. MASTROPIETRO, E. MATTAINI, F. MAURI, S. MEREGHETTI, E. MORELLI, A. MORSELLI, L. PACCIANI, A. PELLIZZONI, F. PEROTTI, P. PICOZZA, C. PITTORI, C. PONTONI, G. PORROVECCHIO, M. PREST, G . PUCELLA, M. RAPISARDA, E. ROSSI, A. RUBINI, P. SOFFITTA, A. TRACI, M. TRIFOGLIO, A.
PORROVECCHIO, M. PREST, G . PUCELLA, M. RAPISARDA, E. ROSSI, A. RUBINI, P. SOFFITTA, A. TRACI, M. TRIFOGLIO, A. TROIS, E . VALLAZZA, S. VERCELLONE, A. ZAMBRA, D. ZANELLO The AGILE collaboration, http://agile. iasf-roma. inaf. it T h e AGILE Mission will explore the gamma-ray Universe with a very innovative instrument combining for t h e first time a gamma-ray imager (sensitive in the range 30 MeV - 50 GeV) and a hard X-ray imager (sensitive in the range 15-45 keV). AGILE will be operational at the beginning of 2007 and it will provide crucial d a t a for the study of Active Galactic Nuclei, Gamma-Ray Bursts, unidentified gamma-ray sources, Galactic compact objects, supernova remnants, TeV sources, and fundamental physics by microsecond timing Keywords: Space instrumentation, gamma-rays, X-rays 1.
Amateur Telescope Making Advanced (Book Two) (1952)(en)(650s) by Tonkin S. F.