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2010ApJ...710..828A - Astrophys. J., 710, 828-835 (2010/February-2)

Search for very high energy gamma-ray emission from pulsar-pulsar wind nebula systems with the MAGIC telescope.

ANDERHUB H., ANTONELLI L.A., ANTORANZ P., BACKES M., BAIXERAS C., BALESTRA S., BARRIO J.A., BASTIERI D., BECERRA GONZALEZ J., BECKER J.K., BEDNAREK W., BERGER A.K., BERNARDINI E., BILAND A., BOCK R.K., BONNOLI G., BORDAS P., TRIDON D.B., BOSCH-RAMON V., BOSE D., BRAUN I., BRETZ T., BRITZGER D., CAMARA M., CARMONA E., CAROSI A., COLIN P., COMMICHAU S., CONTRERAS J.L., CORTINA J., COSTADO M.T., COVINO S., DAZZI F., DE ANGELIS A., DE CEA DEL POZO E., DE LOS REYES R., DE LOTTO B., DE MARIA M., DE SABATA F., DELGADO MENDEZ C., DOMINGUEZ A., DOMINIS PRESTER D., DORNER D., DORO M., ELSAESSER D., ERRANDO M., FERENC D., FERNANDEZ E., FIRPO R., FONSECA M.V., FONT L., GALANTE N., GARCIA LOPEZ R.J., GARCZARCZYK M., GAUG M., GODINOVIC N., GOEBEL F., HADASCH D., HERRERO A., HILDEBRAND D., HOHNE-MONCH D., HOSE J., HRUPEC D., HSU C.C., JOGLER T., KLEPSER S., KRANICH D., LA BARBERA A., LAILLE A., LEONARDO E., LINDFORS E., LOMBARDI S., LONGO F., LOPEZ M., LORENZ E., MAJUMDAR P., MANEVA G., MANKUZHIYIL N., MANNHEIM K., MARASCHI L., MARIOTTI M., MARTINEZ M., MAZIN D., MEUCCI M., MIRANDA J.M., MIRZOYAN R., MIYAMOTO H., MOLDON J., MOLES M., MORALEJO A., NIETO D., NILSSON K., NINKOVIC J., ORITO R., OYA I., PAOLETTI R., PAREDES J.M., PASANEN M., PASCOLI D., PAUSS F., PEGNA R.G., PEREZ-TORRES M.A., PERSIC M., PERUZZO L., PRADA F., PRANDINI E., PUCHADES N., PULJAK I., REICHARDT I., RHODE W., RIBO M., RICO J., RISSI M., ROBERT A., RUGAMER S., SAGGION A., SAITO T.Y., SALVATI M., SANCHEZ-CONDE M., SATALECKA K., SCALZOTTO V., SCAPIN V., SCHWEIZER T., SHAYDUK M., SHORE S.N., SIERPOWSKA-BARTOSIK A., SILLANPAA A., SITAREK J., SOBCZYNSKA D., SPANIER F., SPIRO S., STAMERRA A., STARK L.S., SURIC T., TAKALO L., TAVECCHIO F., TEMNIKOV P., TESCARO D., TESHIMA M., TORRES D.F., TURINI N., VANKOV H., WAGNER R.M., ZABALZA V., ZANDANEL F., ZANIN R., ZAPATERO J. and COGNARD I.

Abstract (from CDS):

The MAGIC collaboration has searched for high-energy gamma-ray emission of some of the most promising pulsar candidates above an energy threshold of 50 GeV, an energy not reachable up to now by other ground-based instruments. Neither pulsed nor steady gamma-ray emission has been observed at energies of 100 GeV from the classical radio pulsars PSR J0205+6449 and PSR J2229+6114 (and their nebulae 3C58 and Boomerang, respectively) and the millisecond pulsar PSR J0218+4232. Here, we present the flux upper limits for these sources and discuss their implications in the context of current model predictions.

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Journal keyword(s): gamma rays: stars - methods: observational - pulsars: individual (PSR J0205+6449, PSR J2229+6114, PSR J0218+4232) - telescopes

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