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Fig. 2.


Left: γ-Ray phasogram of the Vela pulsar obtained using 40.3 h of H.E.S.S. II-CT5 data with the Cuts I analysis configuration (top panel) and 96 months of Fermi-LAT data above 10 and 20 GeV (bottom panel). The dashed line on the CT5 phasogram shows the level of the background estimated in the [0.7–1.0] phase range. Right: Gaussian-smoothed excess map (σ  =  0.15°) for the CT5 data in the P2 phase range, where the on and off maps are made after selection of events in on- and off-phase intervals defined as [0.5–0.6] and [0.7–1.0], respectively. The black triangle indicates the position of the pulsar.

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