Dr. Dirk Pandel


The pulsar PSR J1907+0602, a GeV source detected by Fermi, is located near the extended TeV gamma-ray source MGRO J1908+06, and work is being done to determine any relationship between these two astronomical entities. Gamma ray observations have been made for both of these very bright sources since the launch of the Fermi LAT, and further research into the nature of the pulsar itself has been done. Recent data collected from the Extended Very Large Array (EVLA) and X-Ray data from the XMM-Newton has allowed for new studies to be conducted.

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