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Trobada: Some possible Sources of IceCube TeV-PeV neutrinos events
(Universidad Naciónal Autónoma de México)
Seminar Room, 1.1.1 (IFIC)
Seminar Room, 1.1.1
The IceCube Collaboration has observed 37 neutrino events in the energy range 30 TeV - 2 PeV and the sources of these neutrinos are unknown. Here we have shown that positions of 12 high energy blazars and the position of the FR-I galaxy Centaurus A, coincide within the error circles of ten IceCube events, the later being in the error circle of the highest energy event so far observed by IceCube. Two of the above blazars are simultaneously within the error circles of the Telescope Array hotspot and one IceCube event. We found that the blazar H2356-309 is within the error circles of three IceCube events. We propose that photohadronic interaction of the Fermi accelerated high energy protons with the synchrotron/SSC background photons in the nuclear region of these high energy blazars and AGN are probably responsible for some of the observed IceCube events.