Modeling the non-flaring VHE emission from M87 as detected by the HAWC gamma ray observatory


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Discussion timeslot (ZOOM-Meeting): 13. July 2021 - 18:00
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'M87 is a giant radio galaxy located in the Virgo Cluster, known to be a very high energy (VHE) gamma-ray source. As radio galaxies are considered the misaligned low-redshift counterparts of blazars, they are excellent laboratories for testing AGN emission models. M87 has been detected and monitored by Fermi-LAT and several atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes. Recently, the HAWC Collaboration has reported weak evidence of long-term TeV gamma-ray emission from this source. However, HAWC data has the potential to constrain the average VHE emission of sources of complex behavior, like M87, for which the physical origin of the VHE gamma-ray emission is still uncertain. We fitted a lepto-hadronic scenario to the broadband spectral energy distribution of M87 to model its non-flaring VHE emission using HAWC data'

Authors: Fernando Ureña Mena | Alberto Carramiñana | Anna Lia Longinotti | Daniel Rosa González | for the HAWC Collaboration
Collaboration: HAWC

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Presenter: Fernando Ureña Mena

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