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    • Are anomalous cosmic rays the main contribution to the low-energy galactic cosmic ray spectrum? 

      Scherer, K.; Ferreira, S.E.S.; Büsching, I.; Potgieter, M.S.; Fichtner, H. (IOP Publishing, 2008)
      While the high-energy part of the Galactic cosmic ray spectrum is well observed, its nature at energies below about 1 GeV nucleon-1 is still not known well. Recent in situ measurements made with the Voyager 1 spacecraft in ...
    • The H.E.S.S. Galactic plane survey 

      Abdalla, H.; Barnard, M.; Böttcher, M.; Garrigoux, T.; Ivascenko, A.; Krüger, P.P.; Pekeur, N.W.; Seyffert, A.S.; Spanier, F.; Sushch, I.; Van der Walt, D.J.; Van Rensburg, C.; Venter, C.; Wadiasingh, Z.; Zacharias, M.; H.E.S.S. Collaboration (EDP Sciences, 2018)
      We present the results of the most comprehensive survey of the Galactic plane in very high-energy (VHE) γ-rays, including a public release of Galactic sky maps, a catalog of VHE sources, and the discovery of 16 new sources ...
    • HESS very-high-energy gamma-ray sources without identified counterparts 

      Büsching, I.; De Jager, O.C.; Holleran, M.; Raubenheimer, B.C.; Venter, C.; H.E.S.S. Collaboration (EDP sciences, 2008)
      Context.The detection of gamma rays in the very-high-energy (VHE) energy range (100 GeV–100 TeV) provides a direct view of the parent population of ultra-relativistic particles found in astrophysical sources. For this ...