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Call number: SR 90.1026(74)
Location: Building A17
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Pages: 24 S.
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Energy spectrum and evidence for Extragalactic Origin of diffuse Gamma-Radiation in the MeV-Range (1974)
Garching bei München
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Diffuse cosmic and Atmospheric MeV gamma radiation from balloon observations (1977)
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Call number: SR 90.1026(133)
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Die diffuse kosmische Gamma-Strahlung (1974)
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Naturwissenschaften 61 (1974), S. 250-256 
ISSN: 1432-1904
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
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Galaktische Gamma-Astronomie (1982)
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Naturwissenschaften 69 (1982), S. 212-219 
ISSN: 1432-1904
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Notes: Abstract During the last decade the exploration of the sky in the light of gamma rays has begun by means of satellite- and balloon-borne instruments. Like in other ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum the Milky Way clearly stands out against the rest of the sphere. Part of the galactic γ-ray emission is due to discrete sources, part is diffuse in origin and is produced in interstellar space. Some of the discrete γ-ray sources are radio pulsars, the nature of the other sources is still unknown. The intensity distribution of the diffuse galactic γ-ray component is consistent with a decrease of the cosmic-ray intensity towards the outer part of the galaxy. The identification of the cosmic-ray sources will be one of the main objectives of the next generation of γ-ray telescopes.
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Wie aussichtsreich ist die Suche nach Gamma-Pulsaren? (1985)
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Naturwissenschaften 72 (1985), S. 133-138 
ISSN: 1432-1904
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Gamma ray astronomy and search for antimatter in the universe (1989)
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Hyperfine interactions 44 (1989), S. 85-96 
ISSN: 1572-9540
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Notes: Abstract Gamma ray astronomy provides a powerful tool for searching antimatter in the universe; it probably provides the only means to determine, if the universe has baryon symmetry. Presently existing gamma-ray observations can be interpreted without postulating the existence of antimatter. However, the measurements are not precise enough to definitely exclude the possibility of its existence. The search for antimatter belongs to one of the main scientific objectives of the Gamma Ray Observatory GRO of NASA, which will be launched in 1990 by the Space Shuttle.
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Influence of multiple compton scattering on the spectrum of soft diffuse gamma rays at balloon altitudes (1974)
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Astrophysics and space science 30 (1974), S. L17 
ISSN: 1572-946X
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Notes: Abstract A Monte Carlo program has been developed in order to examine the influence of multiple Compton scattering in the atmosphere on the spectrum of cosmic diffuse gamma rays. It is shown that the corrections to the made to the measurements of the double-Compton gamma telescope at 2·5 gr cm−2 rest atmosphere by Schönfelder and Lichti (1974) are lower than 4% in the energy range between 1.5 and 10 MeV.
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Notes: Abstract COMPTEL on board CGRO has observed a very strong (S[> 0.3 MeV] = 2.03 × 10−4 erg cm−2), complex, and long lasting (162 s) gamma-ray burst on February 17, 1994 (GRB 940217). Temporal fluctuations occur on timescales as short as 100 ms. Hard-to-soft spectral evolution has been observed during the burst emission and also within individual peaks. The photon spectra obtained within the 6 peaks can be modelled by single power law spectra and by broken power laws with break energies at around 1 MeV. The best-fit power law slopes vary between 1.1 and 3.5 throughout the event. The burst is located at [α 2000,δ 2000] = [29.5°, 3.8°] with a 3σ error radius of 0.9°. COMPTEL does not detect any significant “post-burst” emission (as reported by EGRET) at low energies (< 30 MeV), and our upper limits are marginally consistent with the EGRET detections. Using high energy spectral and temporal information, distance limits to GRB 940217 have been derived.
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