The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 586, Issue 2, pp. 1232-1237.


Abstract: A search was conducted for TeV γ-rays emitted from the direction of the ultra-high-energy cosmic ray detected by the Fly's Eye experiment with energy E~3×1020 eV. No enhancement was found at a level of 10-10γ cm-2 s-1 for E〉350 GeV. A steady source of ultra-high-energy cosmic ray protons or photons would be expected to produce a γ-ray flux above this level. An upper limit was also set for the flux of TeV γ-rays from 3C 147, the most prominent active galactic nucleus in the error box.