Celestial Gamma-Rays — Observational Aspects
The most important characteristic parameters of celestial γ-rays, such as spectrum, angular distribution and variations in time are briefly reviewed. The various ways of observations of γ-rays are listed. The experimental results obtained so far are summarised.
KeywordsDiscrete Source Observational Aspect Phoswich Detector Cerenkov Light Wire Chamber
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