# Broadband Modeling of Low-luminosity Active Galactic Nuclei Detected in Gamma Rays

@article{Tomar2021BroadbandMO,
title={Broadband Modeling of Low-luminosity Active Galactic Nuclei Detected in Gamma Rays},
author={Gunjan Tomar and Nayantara Gupta and Raj Prince},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2021},
volume={919}
}
• Published 17 July 2021
• Physics
• The Astrophysical Journal
Low-luminosity active galactic nuclei are more abundant and closer to us than the luminous ones but harder to explore as they are faint. We have selected the four sources, NGC 315, NGC 4261, NGC 1275, and NGC 4486, which have been detected in γ-rays by Fermi-LAT. We have compiled their long-term radio, optical, X-ray data from different telescopes, and analyzed XMM-Newton data for NGC 4486 and XMM-Newton and Swift data for NGC 315. We have analyzed the Fermi-LAT data collected over the period…
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