Results from the first two years of VERITAS observations

F. Krennrich, M. Bautista, M. Beilicke, W. Benbow, D. Boltuch, S. M. Bradbury, A. Cesarini, L. Ciupik, C. Duke, J. P. Finley, G. Finnegan, L. Fortson, D. Gall, R. Guenette, G. Gyuk, D. Hanna, C. M. Hui, T. B. Humensky, P. Kaaret, N. KarlssonG. Maier, M. McCutcheon, R. A. Ong, D. Pandel, J. S. Perkins, M. Pohl, J. Quinn, K. Ragan, E. Roache, H. J. Rose, M. Schroedter, G. H. Sembroski, A. W. Smith, D. Steele, S. P. Swordy, R. G. Wagner, S. P. Wakely, A. Weinstein, T. Weisgarber, S. Wissel

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The VERITAS observatory is an imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescope array located in southern Arizona and covers an energy range between 100 GeV and 30 TeV. The VERITAS collaboration pursues a rigorous observing program that targets a range of key science objectives in astrophysics and particle physics; the understanding of the origin of cosmic rays, the search for supersymmetric dark matter self-annihilation, illuminating the connection between black holes and relativistic jets and constraints to the cosmological diffuse infrared background. We provide a summary of results from the first two years of observations with the full 4-telecope array reported at RICAP09.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)16-21
Number of pages6
JournalNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
Issue number1
StatePublished - Feb 21 2011

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics
  • Instrumentation


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