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Correlation of highly variable blazars with TeV IceCube track events

@article{Moharana2020CorrelationOH,
  title={Correlation of highly variable blazars with TeV IceCube track events},
  author={Reetanjali Moharana and Pratik Majumdar and Partha Pratim Basumallick and Debanjan Bose and Raj Prince and N. Gupta},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2020}
}
The first ever identification of a cosmic ray accelerator as the consequence of spacial and temporal correlation of IceCube event 170922A with flaring of a blazar TXS 0506+056 motivated us to look for other flaring blazars in Fermi-LAT 3FGL catalog, which could be correlated with IceCube high energy track events. We have studied the Fermi-LAT light curves of blazars correlated with neutrino track events. Among the eight sources identified within 2$\sigma$ angular uncertainty of the IceCube… 
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