Covered period: 2010.May.3 - 2010.May.9
LAT Mission week: 100.57 - 101.57
- 4C+21.35 still active, detected all week with an average daily flux of 2.1x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1, rising towards the end of the week peaking on the 8th May at a flux of (3.2+/-0.4)x10^-6 p cm-2 s-1.
- 3C454.3 was very bright, detected every day this week, peaking on the 7th May at a flux of (8.9+/-0.8)x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1.
- PKS 0537-441 continued its activity from last week with an average daily flux of 0.7x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1. It was detected every day this week.
- PKS 0301-243 continued its activity from last week and was detected up until 6th May with an average daily flux = 0.5x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1.
- PKS 0426-380 detected for four days this week, 6th-9th May, an average daily flux of ~0.5x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1.
- PKS 1424-41 detected for five days this week, 5th-9th May, with an average daily flux of ~1.3x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1.
- CRABS J1033+6051 was detected in the middle of the week, 4th-7th May, with an average daily flux of ~0.5x10^-6 ph cm-2 s-1.
Fluxes are in the unit of photons/cm2/s above 100 MeV. All errors are statistical only.
Note. All the fluxes reported above are from the ASP analysis and should be considered preliminary and should not be used for publication, however they are indicative of the flux range and the current status of a source. Source association is done on the basis of source location, considering spatial coincidence only, and it is not indicative of an identification.
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