His primary areas of investigation include Astrophysics, Astronomy, Gamma ray, Observatory and Egret. His Astrophysics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Photon. His Astronomy study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Gamma-ray astronomy.
His study on Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope is often connected to Coincident as part of broader study in Gamma ray. Gottfried Kanbach has included themes like Compact star, NASA Deep Space Network and Active galactic nucleus in his Observatory study. His Egret study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Methods statistical, Statistics, Spectral index, Galactic plane and Blazar.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Astronomy, Gamma ray, Egret and Pulsar. Observatory, Gamma-ray astronomy, Telescope, Gamma-ray burst and Light curve are the primary areas of interest in his Astrophysics study. His study in Astronomy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Blazar and Photon.
Gottfried Kanbach combines subjects such as Spectral line, Quasar, Solar flare and Sky with his study of Gamma ray. His studies deal with areas such as Galactic plane and Spectral index as well as Egret. The concepts of his Pulsar study are interwoven with issues in Supernova remnant and Neutron star.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Astronomy, Pulsar, Observatory and Gamma ray. His research investigates the link between Astrophysics and topics such as Spectral line that cross with problems in Photon. Many of his studies on Astronomy apply to Egret as well.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Nebula and Spectral index in addition to Pulsar. His work in Observatory addresses issues such as X-ray astronomy, which are connected to fields such as Cosmic Vision. His work focuses on many connections between Gamma ray and other disciplines, such as Supernova, that overlap with his field of interest in Stars.
Gottfried Kanbach focuses on Astrophysics, Astronomy, Pulsar, Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and Observatory. His Astrophysics study combines topics in areas such as Spectral line and Photon. His work on Gamma ray expands to the thematically related Astronomy.
His studies in Gamma ray integrate themes in fields like Polarization and Supernova. His research integrates issues of Supernova remnant and Spectral index in his study of Pulsar. His Observatory study incorporates themes from Spectral resolution, Universe and X-ray astronomy.
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The Third Egret Catalog of High-Energy Gamma-Ray Sources
R. C. Hartman;D. L. Bertsch;S. D. Bloom;S. D. Bloom;A. W. Chen.
The Likelihood Analysis of EGRET Data
J. R. Mattox;D. L. Bertsch;J. Chiang;B. L. Dingus.
The Astrophysical Journal (1996)
EGRET Observations of the Diffuse Gamma-Ray Emission from the Galactic Plane
S. D. Hunter;D. L. Bertsch;J. R. Catelli;J. R. Catelli;T. M. Dame.
The Astrophysical Journal (1997)
EGRET Observations of the Extragalactic Gamma-Ray Emission
P. Sreekumar;P. Sreekumar;D. L. Bertsch;B. L. Dingus;J. A. Esposito;J. A. Esposito.
The Astrophysical Journal (1998)
Detection of a γ-ray burst of very long duration and very high energy
K. Hurley;B. L. Dingus;B. L. Dingus;R. Mukherjee;R. Mukherjee;P. Sreekumar;P. Sreekumar.
The Second EGRET Catalog of High-Energy Gamma-Ray Sources
D. J. Thompson;D. L. Bertsch;B. L. Dingus;J. A. Esposito.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (1995)
The First Fermi Large Area Telescope Catalog of Gamma-ray Pulsars
A. A. Abdo;A. A. Abdo;Markus Ackermann;Marco Ajello;W. B. Atwood.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2010)
High-Energy Gamma-Ray Emission from Active Galaxies: EGRET Observations and Their Implications
C. von Montigny;D. L. Bertsch;J. Chiang;B. L. Dingus.
The Astrophysical Journal (1995)
Calibration of the Energetic Gamma-Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET) for the Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory
D. J. Thompson;D. L. Bertsch;C. E. Fichtel;R. C. Hartman.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (1993)
A 154-day periodicity in the occurrence of hard solar flares?
E. Rieger;G. H. Share;D. J. Forrest;G. Kanbach.
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