The likely cause of the EGRET GeV anomaly and its implications

Record Type

  • Journal Articles

Full Title

  • The likely cause of the EGRET GeV anomaly and its implications

Author(s)

  • Stecker F, Hunter S, Kniffen D

Publication Title

Publication Title (abbreviated)

  • ASTROPART PHYSICS

Publication Date

  • 2008 Feb

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.astropartphys.2007.11.002

ISSN

  • 0927-6505

Volume

  • 29

Issue

  • 1

Page Count

  • 5

First Page

  • 25

Last Page

  • 29

Keyword(s)

Citation

  • Stecker F, Hunter S, Kniffen D. The likely cause of the EGRET GeV anomaly and its implications. ASTROPART PHYSICS. 2008;29 (1):25-29.

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