Fermi LAT weekly report N. 171
Covered period: 2011 September 12-18
LAT Mission week: 171.57 - 172.57
- S5 0716+71 and 4C +01.28 (also known as OL 93, PKS 1055+01) were bright, with a daily flux level around 1E-6 on Sept.12. In particular S5 0716+714 was detected all week.
- MG1 J050533+0415 (also known as RX J0505.5+0416) showed a flare with daily flux around 1E-6 on Sept.17 (ATel#3573 was issued recently, last August).
- TXS 0506+056 (also known as ZS 0506+056) detected above 2E-6 in a 6h interval of Sept.12.
- The other blazars detected at least in a day of the week, with daily flux
below 1E-6, were:
Mkn 421, Mkn 501, 3C 279, OJ 287, PKS 2155-304, PKS 1510-09, 4C +38.41, NGC 1275, PKS 1830-211, PMN J2250-2806, PKS 2326-502, PKS 0208-512, B3 1343+451, MG1 J024614+1823 (also known as GB6 J0246+1823), PKS 2345-16, B2 1520+31, and PKS 0402-362.
- PKS 1510-08, PKS 1830-211, PKS 2326-502 were the brightest blazars based on the weekly-integrated timescale.
Fluxes are in the unit of photons/cm^2/s above 100 MeV.
Note. All the flux reported above are by 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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