Optical and Gamma-Ray Variability of the vRL NLSy1 Galaxy, 1H 0323+342
Abstract1H 0323+342 was one of the first vRLNLSy1 galaxies detected at gamma-rays with the Fermi-LAT and is one of the brightest of this class observed at optical wavelengths. We report the results of monitoring the optical flux, polarization and the gamma-ray flux of 1H 0323+342 during the past ~5 years. In some cases, the optical flux has been monitored on timescales as short as ~minutes simultaneously with two telescopes, demonstrating, for the first time, the reality of microvariability events with durations as short as ~15 min for this object. View Full-Text
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Miller, H.R.; Turner, C.S.; Maune, J.D.; Eggen, J.R. Optical and Gamma-Ray Variability of the vRL NLSy1 Galaxy, 1H 0323+342. Galaxies 2017, 5, 7.
Miller HR, Turner CS, Maune JD, Eggen JR. Optical and Gamma-Ray Variability of the vRL NLSy1 Galaxy, 1H 0323+342. Galaxies. 2017; 5(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Miller, Hugh R.; Turner, Clay. S.; Maune, Jeremy D.; Eggen, Joseph R. 2017. "Optical and Gamma-Ray Variability of the vRL NLSy1 Galaxy, 1H 0323+342." Galaxies 5, no. 1: 7.
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