Atmospheric Sensing for Ground-Based Gamma-Ray Telescopes

Abstract

The atmospheric Cherenkov telescope technique is unique in that the atmosphere is an integral part of the detector. A realistic goal for the next generation of telescopes is to make energy assignments and flux determinations to better than 10%. We discuss the requirements for atmospheric monitoring that will be necessary to achieve this and look forward to how these requirements can be implemented.

Michael Aye
Michael Aye
Research Scientist in Planetary Science

My research interests include remote sensing of surfaces, related machine learning studies and open source software.

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