Browsing by Subject "H.E.S.S."
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The effect of general relativistic frame dragging on millisecond pulsar visibility for the H.E.S.S. telescope (North-West University, 2004)It has been noted by several authors that General Relativistic frame dragging in rotating neutron stars is a first order effect which has to be included in a self-consistent model of pulsar magnetospheric structure and ...
Search for Lorentz invariance breaking with a likelihood fit of the PKS 2155-304 flare data taken on MJD 53944 (Elsevier Science, 2011)Several models of Quantum Gravity predict Lorentz Symmetry breaking at energy scales approaching the Planck scale (∼1019 GeV). With present photon data from the observations of distant astrophysical sources, it is possible ...