Recent Results

VERITAS has been in full operation since 2007. The entries below describe some of our recent scientific results (with newest results at the top).  Each section has been written by a VERITAS scientist (usually the corresponding author for the published work) and links are provided to a detailed publication describing the result.  For more information feel free to contact the scientist directly via the link provided.

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# Article Title Date
76 Cas A - A shell-type supernova remnant detected at TeV energies Feb-2010
77 IC443 - Observation of extended VHE emission from the SNR IC443 Feb-2010
78 1ES1218+304 - A flaring blazar with an unusually hard spectrum Dec-2009
79 PKS 1424+240 - First detection of a new BL Lac object at an unknown redshift Nov-2009
80 G106.3 - Discovery of a new VHE-emitting supernova remnant Nov-2009
81 M82 - TeV gamma-ray emission from a new class of source: starburst galaxies Nov-2009
82 NGC1275 - Upper limits on VHE emission from a radio galaxy Oct-2009
83 W Comae - Multiwavelength observations of a bright TeV flare Sep-2009
84 M87 - Gamma-rays from the edge of a supermassive black hole Jul-2009
85 1ES 2344+514 Jul-2009
86 Markarian 421 - simultaneous multiwavelength observations of an outburst Jun-2009
87 HESS J0632+057 - A possible TeV binary system? Apr-2009
88 LS I +61 303 - Multiwavelength studies of a binary star system Mar-2009
89 1ES1218+304: Discovery of a new VHE Blazar Dec-2008
90 3C66A - Observations of a VHE gamma-ray flare Dec-2008
91 1ES0806+524 - Discovery of a new VHE Blazar Nov-2008
92 Mrk421 - The June 2008 flare from optical to TeV energies Nov-2008
93 W Comae Jul-2008
94 LS I +61 303 Jan-2008
95 Dark Matter with the Whipple 10m Telescope Dec-2007
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