Gamma-ray astronomy with ground-based experiments.
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III - Astrofisica
Aula GSSI Rettorato - Auditorium - Martedì 24 h 09:00 - 12:00
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In the last decades gamma-ray astronomy from ground has been proven to be a powerful tool to study cosmic ray physics. Photons from galactic or extragalactic sources are not deviated by magnetic fields and their direction brings the original information of the production sites. This information is fundamental for the search of cosmic ray sources and the investigation of acceleration sites phenomena. Observation of gammas from ground is also playing a key role in multi-messenger astronomy for checking high energy counterparts of neutrino or gravitational waves triggered events. In this contribution the status of the detection techniques from ground and a view on future experiments will be given.