Multi-wavelength observations of flaring blazars with ATOM and Fermi-LAT
December 12, 2017
The Automatic Telescope for Optical Monitoring is a 75cm optical telescope located at the H.E.S.S. site in Namibia. Since 2005, it monitors around 250 gamma-ray emitting AGN and has observed numerous blazar flares in several colour bands with multiple measurements during any given night.
We present recent flaring events of two FSRQ – 3C 279 and CTA 102 – together with corresponding multi-wavelength data including Fermi-LAT, and examine possible correlations between energy bands.
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