FERMI LARGE AREA TELESCOPE DETECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL LENS DELAYED gamma-RAY FLARES FROM BLAZAR B0218+357

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
FERMI LARGE AREA TELESCOPE DETECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL LENS DELAYED gamma-RAY FLARES FROM BLAZAR B0218+357
Author(s)
Cheung C, Larsson S, Scargle J, Amin M, Blandford R, Bulmash D, Chiang J, Ciprini S, Corbet R, Falco E, Marshall P, Wood D, Ajello M, Bastieri D, Chekhtman A, D'Ammando F, Giroletti M, Grove J, Lott B, Ojha R, Orienti M, Perkins J, Razzano M, Smith A, Thompson D, Wood K
Publication Title
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROPHYS J LETT
Publication Date
2014 Feb 20
DOI
10.1088/2041-8205/782/2/L14
ISSN
2041-8205
Volume
782
Issue
2
Page Count
7
Article Number
L14
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, galaxies: active, gamma rays: galaxies, gravitational lensing: strong, quasars: individual (B0218+357), ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI, ALL-SKY SURVEY, TIME-DELAY, HUBBLE CONSTANT, EINSTEIN RING, RADIO-SOURCES, VARIABILITY, SYSTEM, CALIBRATION, REDSHIFT
Citation
Cheung C, Larsson S, Scargle J, Amin M, Blandford R, Bulmash D, Chiang J, Ciprini S, Corbet R, Falco E, et al. FERMI LARGE AREA TELESCOPE DETECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL LENS DELAYED gamma-RAY FLARES FROM BLAZAR B0218+357. ASTROPHYS J LETT. 2014;782 (2):7.
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