Publications

in 2022



  1. Nigro, C et al.,
    Open-Source Radiative Modeling Tools for Extragalactic VHE Gamma-ray Sources,
    Galaxies. 10 (4): 85- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  2. Miener, Tjark et al.,
    Constraining branon dark matter from observations of the Segue 1 dwarf spheroidal galaxy with the MAGIC telescopes,
    Journal Of Cosmology And Astroparticle Physics. (5): 5- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  3. Nigro C et al.,
    agnpy: An open-source python package modelling the radiative processes of jetted active galactic nuclei,
    Astronomy & Astrophysics. 660 A18- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  4. Bolmont, J et al.,
    First Combined Study on Lorentz Invariance Violation from Observations of Energy-dependent Time Delays from Multiple-type Gamma-Ray Sources. I. Motivation, Method Description, and Validation through Simulations of HESS, MAGIC, and VERITAS Data Sets,
    Astrophysical Journal Letters. 930 (1): (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  5. Acciari VA et al.,
    Combined searches for dark matter in dwarf spheroidal galaxies observed with the MAGIC telescopes, including new data from Coma Berenices and Draco,
    Physics Of The Dark Universe. 35 100912- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  6. Abe, H et al.,
    Gamma-ray observations of MAXI J1820+070 during the 2018 outburst,
    Monthly Notices Of The Royal Astronomical Society. 517 (4): 4736-4751 (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  7. Fruck, Christian et al.,
    Characterizing the aerosol atmosphere above the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos by analysing seven years of data taken with an GaAsP HPD-readout, absolutely calibrated elastic LIDAR,
    Monthly Notices Of The Royal Astronomical Society. 515 (3): 4520-4550 (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  8. Addazi A et al.,
    Quantum gravity phenomenology at the dawn of the multi-messenger era—A review,
    Progress In Particle And Nuclear Physics. 125 103948- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  9. Acciari VA et al.,
    Proton acceleration in thermonuclear nova explosions revealed by gamma rays,
    Nature Astronomy. 6 (6): 689-+ (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  10. Acciari VA et al.,
    Multiwavelength study of the gravitationally lensed blazar QSO B0218+357 between 2016 and 2020,
    Monthly Notices Of The Royal Astronomical Society. 510 (2): 2344-2362 (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  11. Acciari, VA et al.,
    Investigating the Blazar TXS 0506+056 through Sharp Multiwavelength Eyes During 2017-2019,
    Astrophysical Journal Letters. 927 (2): (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  12. Adams, CB et al.,
    Multiwavelength Observations of the Blazar VER J0521+211 during an Elevated TeV Gamma-Ray State,
    Astrophysical Journal Letters. 932 (2): (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  13. Tejedor LA et al.,
    A Trigger Interface Board for the Large and Medium Sized telescopes of the Cherenkov Telescope Array,
    Nuclear Instruments & Methods In Physics Research Section A-Accelerators Spectrometers Detectors And Associated Equipment. 1027 (2022) [DOI]
  14. Hutten, M et al.,
    TeV Dark Matter Searches in the Extragalactic Gamma-ray Sky,
    Galaxies. 10 (5): 92- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  15. Acciari, VA et al.,
    Long-term multi-wavelength study of 1ES 0647+250,
    Astronomy & Astrophysics. 670 A49- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  16. Acciari, VA et al.,
    A lower bound on intergalactic magnetic fields from time variability of 1ES 0229+200 from MAGIC and Fermi/LAT observations,
    Astronomy & Astrophysics. 670 A145- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  17. Abe, H et al.,
    Multi-messenger characterization of Mrk 501 during historically low X-ray and $\gamma$-ray activity,
    (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  18. Abe, H et al.,
    Multimessenger Characterization of Markarian 501 during Historically Low X-Ray and γ-Ray Activity,
    Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series. 266 37- (2022)
  19. Abe, S et al.,
    Multi-wavelength study of the galactic PeVatron candidate LHAASO J2108+5157,
    Astronomy & Astrophysics. 673 A75- (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]
  20. Adriani, Oscar et al.,
    Design of an Antimatter Large Acceptance Detector In Orbit (ALADInO),
    Instruments. 6 (2): 19- (2022) [DOI]
  21. Acciari, VA. et al.,
    Author Correction: Proton acceleration in thermonuclear nova explosions revealed by gamma rays,
    Nature Astronomy. (2022) [DOI] [ARXIV]