Seminars IFIC

Webinar: A multi-messenger study of the Fermi Bubbles: very high energy gamma rays and neutrinos

by Cecilia Lunardini (Arizona State University)

retransmitted from Seminar Room, 1.1.1 (IFIC)

retransmitted from Seminar Room, 1.1.1


Paterna (Valencia)
The Fermi Bubbles have been imaged in sub-TeV gamma rays at Fermi-LAT, and, if their origin is hadronic, they might have been seen with low statistics in ?0.1?1 PeV neutrinos at IceCube. I discuss the detectability of these objects at the new High Altitude Water Cherenkov (HAWC) gamma ray detector. HAWC will view the North Bubble for ?2?3 hours a day, and will map its spectrum at 0.1-100 TeV. For the hard primary proton spectrum required to explain five events at IceCube, a high significance detection at HAWC will be achieved in less than 30 days. I will discuss how the combination of results at HAWC and IceCube will substantiate the hadronic model, or constrain its spectral parameters.
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