First multi-wavelength campaign on the gamma-ray- loud active galaxy IC 310

@article{Ahnen2017FirstMC,
  title={First multi-wavelength campaign on the gamma-ray- loud active galaxy IC 310},
  author={M. L. Ahnen and S. Ansoldi and L. Antonelli and C. Arcaro and A. Babi{\'c} and B. Banerjee and P. Bangale and U. Almeida and J. Barrio and J. Gonzalez and W. Bednarek and E. Bernardini and A. Berti and B. Biasuzzi and A. Biland and O. Blanch and S. Bonnefoy and G. Bonnoli and F. Borracci and T. Bretz and R. Carosi and A. Carosi and A. Chatterjee and P. Colin and E. Colombo and J. Contreras and J. Cortina and S. Covino and P. Cumani and P. D. Vela and F. Dazzi and A. Angelis and B. D. Lotto and E. O. Wilhelmi and F. Pierro and M. Doert and A. Dominguez and D. D. Prester and D. Dorner and M. Doro and S. Einecke and D. Glawion and D. Elsaesser and M. Engelkemeier and V. F. Ramazani and A. Fern{\'a}ndez-Barral and D. Fidalgo and M. Fonseca and L. Font and C. Fruck and D. Galindo and R. L'opez and M. Garczarczyk and M. Gaug and P. Giammaria and N. Godinovic and D. G'ora and D. Guberman and D. Hadasch and A. Hahn and T. Hassan and M. Hayashida and J. Herrera and J. Hose and D. Hrupec and G. Hughes and W. Idec and K. Ishio and K. Kodani and Y. Konno and H. Kubo and J. Kushida and D. Lelas and E. Lindfors and S. Lombardi and F. Longo and M. L{\'o}pez and P. Majumdar and M. Makariev and K. Mallot and G. Maneva and M. Manganaro and K. Mannheim and L. Maraschi and M. Mariotti and M. Martinez and D. Mazin and U. Menzel and R. Mirzoyan and A. Moralejo and E. Moretti and D. Nakajima and V. Neustroev and A. Niedzwiecki and M. N. Rosillo and K. Nilsson and K. Nishijima and K. Noda and L. Nogu{\'e}s and M. Nothe and S. Paiano and J. Palacio and D. Paneque and R. Paoletti and J. Paredes and X. Paredes-Fortuny and G. Pedaletti and M. Peresano and L. Perri and M. Persic and J. Poutanen and P. G. P. Moroni and E. Prandini and I. Puljak and J. R. Garcia and I. Reichardt and W. Rhode and M. Rib'o and J. Rico and T. Saito and K. Satalecka and S. Schr{\"o}der and T. Schweizer and S. Shore and A. Sillanpaa and J. Sitarek and I. vSnidari'c and D. Sobczy'nska and A. Stamerra and M. Strzys and T. Suric and L. Takalo and F. Tavecchio and P. Temnikov and T. Terzi'c and D. Tescaro and M. Teshima and D. Torres and N. Torres-Alba and T. Toyama and A. Treves and G. Vanzo and M. Acosta and I. Vovk and J. Ward and M. Will and M. Wu and F. Krauss and R. Schulz and M. Kadler and J. Wilms and E. Ros and U. Bach and T. Beuchert and M. Langejahn and C. Wendel and N. Gehrels and W. Baumgartner and C. Markwardt and C. Muller and V. Grinberg and T. Hovatta and J. M. E. Zurich and Institute for Particle Physics and Z{\'u}rich and Switzerland. and Universita' di Udine and Infn and Sezione di Trieste and Italy. and Udine and I. N. I. F. Astrophysics and Roma and D. D. F. E. Astronomia and Universita' di Padova and Infn sez. di Padova and Padova and Croatian Magic Consortium Rudjer Boskovic Institute and University of Rijeka and U. O. S. -. Fesb and University of Zagreb-FER and University of Osijek and Split and Croatia. and S. I. O. N. Physics and Hbni and Kolkata and India. and Max-Planck-Institut fur Physik and Munchen and Germany. and Grupo de Altas Energias and Universidad Complutense and Madrid and Spain and I. D. A. D. Canarias and L. Laguna and Universidad de La Laguna and D. Astrof'isica and Division of Astrophysics and U. L'od'z and Lodz and Poland and Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron Zeuthen and Zeuthen and Institut de F'isica d'Altes Energies and T. Science and Technology and Bellaterra and D. Fisica and U. Siena and I. Pisa and Siena and Institut fur Theoretische Physik und Astrophysik - Fakultat Wurzburg and Wurzburg and Institut de Ci'encies de l'Espai and Technische Universitat Dortmund and Dortmund and Finnish Magic Consortium and T. Observatory and University of Turku and A. Division and U. O. Oulu and Finland and Piikkio and Universitat Aut'onoma de Barcelona and Barcelona and Japanese Magic Consortium and Kyoto and Japan. and I. F. N. Research and N. Energy and Sof{\'i}a and Bulgaria and U. Pisa and Pisa and Icrea and also at the Department of Physics of Kyoto University and Now at Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas F'isicas and R. D. Janeiro and Brazil. and now at Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center and Greenbelt and Usa and Department of Applied Physics and Department of Physics Astronomy and U. Maryland and C. Park and Humboldt University of Berlin and Institut fur Physik and Berlin and also at University of Trieste and now at Ecole polytechnique f'ed'erale de Lausanne and Lausanne and also at Japanese Magic Consortium and now at Finnish Centre for Astronomy with Eso and Turku and also at INAF-Trieste and D. Physics and Astronomy and U. O. Bologna and Grappa and Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy and U. Amsterdam and The Netherlands. and Astron. and The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy and Dwingeloo and Netherlands. and Dr. Remeis Sternwarte and Ecap and Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg and Bamberg and Max--Planck--Institut fur Radioastronomie and Bonn and D. D. I. Astrof'isica and U. P. Val{\`e}ncia and Burjassot and Valencia and Observatori Astronomic and Paterna and Nasa and G. S. F. Center and Department of AstrophysicsIMAPP and R. Nijmegen and Nijmegen and M. I. O. Technology and Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and S. Research and Cambridge and Aalto University Metsahovi Radio Observatory and Kylmala and Aalto University Department of Radio Science and Engineering and Aalto},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2017},
  volume={603},
  pages={1-15}
}
  • M. L. Ahnen, S. Ansoldi, +295 authors Aalto
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Context. The extragalactic very-high-energy gamma-ray sky is rich in blazars. These are jetted active galactic nuclei that are viewed at a small angle to the line-of-sight. Only a handful of objects viewed at a larger angle are so far known to emit above 100 GeV. Multi-wavelength studies of such objects up to the highest energies provide new insights into the particle and radiation processes of active galactic nuclei. Aims. We aim to report the results from the first multi-wavelength campaign… CONTINUE READING
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