June 22, 2020 to July 2, 2020
US/Central timezone

Neutrinos from the gamma-ray source eHWC J1825-134

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Dr Viviana Niro (Laboratoire APC)


The eHWC J1825-134 gamma-ray source is located in the southern sky and has been recently detected by the HAWC observatory. Amongst the HAWC sources, it is the most luminous in the multi-TeV domain. We show the prospects to detect this source at the forthcoming KM3NeT detector and comment on the possibilities of detection with other neutrino telescopes.


Neutrino telescopes can detect the eHWC J1825-134 gamma-ray source within ten years.

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Dr Viviana Niro (Laboratoire APC)


Andrii Neronov (Laboratoire APC and University of Geneva) Dmitri Semikoz (Laboratoire APC) Luigi Fusco (Laboratoire APC) Stefano Gabici (Laboratoire APC)

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