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Mazziotta and Loparco analyzed Fermi LAT lunar observations to show how the view has improved during the mission.
The group named the mysterious structure the 'Fermi bubbles,' after the telescope that originally observed it.
"By 2015, the number of different sources mapped by Fermi's LAT had expanded to about 3,000 - 10 times the number known before the mission," said Goddard's Elizabeth Ferrara, who led the constellation project.
The Fermi-LAT Collaboration is publishing a new study that picks out gamma-ray pulsar candidates from 7 1/2 years of Fermi observations.
Before construction of the Fermi 1 nuclear reactor began, the promised advantage of such a reactor was that in the process of producing steam and electricity, it would produce more fuel than it consumed.
Fermi, Eine statistische Methode zur Bestimmung einiger Eigenschaften des Atoms und ihre Anwendung auf die Theorie des periodischen Systems der Elemente, Z.
The Fermi telescope has not only found such (https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/fermi-data-tantalize-with-new-clues-to-dark-matter) an excess near the centre of the Milky Way but also near that of the (http://www.ibtimes.com/dark-matter-andromeda-galaxy-fermi-telescope-detects-gamma-ray-excess-center-m31-2495709) Andromeda, or M31, galaxy - a spiral galaxy located about 2.5 million light-years from Earth.
The Pope of Physics: Enrico Fermi and the Birth of the Atomic Age
They have an energy gap in one spin direction at the Fermi level, whereas the other spin is strongly metallic, which results in complete spin polarization of the conduction electrons.
The discovery of the quantum statistics that incorporate Pauli's exclusion principle [1], made independently by Fermi [2] and Dirac [3], allowed the qualitative understanding of several physical phenomena--in a wide range of values of the particle density, from astrophysical scales to subnuclear ones--in terms of the ideal Fermi gas (IFG).
Near the WTI-STI transition, there emerges a novel Weyl semimetal phase, in which the Fermi arcs generically appear at both cleavage surfaces, whereas the Fermi circle only appears at one selected surface.