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Fermi unidentified sources

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The Fermi LAT collaboration has released a new skymap with more than 3 months of statistics. In the press release from NASA they point out a couple of unidentified sources as some of the most interesting ones in their point source catalog. One of them, 0FGL J1813.5-1248, is said not be have been seen by previous missions but after a quick search in Simbad, an existent gamma source is really close to the coordinates, take a look here

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Written by Marcos

March 26, 2009 at 9:04 pm

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NEUTEL09

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A great workshop on Neutrino Telescope is taking place at Venice, I was hoping to go but I didn’t have time (nor funding!) so I’m comforting myself with the excellent follow-up of the conference that Tomasso Dorigo is doing. Check out his blog and the webpage of the workshop.

Written by Marcos

March 12, 2009 at 6:21 pm

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Welcome!

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OK, so this is my first post. I’ll try to keep this blog updated with information on the field of astroparticle physics and other (not so) related topics, and if you think that this field won’t change you, don’t forget about this:

Enjoy!

Written by Marcos

January 21, 2009 at 1:43 pm

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