OVRO 40m Telescope


OVRO 40 m Group Papers
[30]Po-Chih Hsu et al. 2023. Milliarcsecond core size dependence of the radio variability of blazars, MNRAS, 525: 5105. [doi]
[29]S. Kiehlmann et al. 2023. Towards a Comprehensive Catalog of Bona Fide Compact Symmetric Objects, arXiv e-prints. [doi]
[28]I. Liodakis et al. 2022. The hunt for extraterrestrial high-energy neutrino counterparts, A&A, 666: A36. [doi]
[27]A. L. Peirson et al. 2022. New Tests of Milli-lensing in the Blazar PKS 1413 + 135, ApJ, 927: 24. [doi]
[26]S. O'Neill et al. 2022. The Unanticipated Phenomenology of the Blazar PKS 2131-021: A Unique Supermassive Black Hole Binary Candidate, ApJ, 926: L35. [doi]
[25]Tom Rose et al. 2022. The variability of brightest cluster galaxies at high radio frequencies, MNRAS, 509: 2869. [doi]
[24]T. Hovatta et al. 2021. Association of IceCube neutrinos with radio sources observed at Owens Valley and Metsähovi Radio Observatories, A&A, 650: A83. [doi]
[23]A. C. S. Readhead et al. 2021. The Relativistic Jet Orientation and Host Galaxy of the Peculiar Blazar PKS 1413+135, ApJ, 907: 61. [doi]
[22]David L. Jauncey et al. 2020. Interstellar scintillation, ISS, and intrinsic variability of radio AGN, Advances in Space Research, 65: 756. [doi]
[21]J. Y. Koay et al. 2019. The presence of interstellar scintillation in the 15 GHz interday variability of 1158 OVRO-monitored blazars, MNRAS, 489: 5365. [doi]
[20]M. L. Lister et al. 2019. MOJAVE. XVII. Jet Kinematics and Parent Population Properties of Relativistically Beamed Radio-loud Blazars, ApJ, 874: 43. [doi]
[19]A. B. Pushkarev, M. S. Butuzova, Y. Y. Kovalev, & T. Hovatta 2019. Multifrequency study of the gamma-ray flaring BL Lacertae object PKS 2233-148 in 2009-2012, MNRAS, 482: 2336. [doi]
[18]I. Liodakis, R. W. Romani, A. V. Filippenko, S. Kiehlmann, W. Max-Moerbeck, A. C. S. Readhead, & W. Zheng 2018. Multiwavelength cross-correlations and flaring activity in bright blazars, MNRAS, 480: 5517. [doi]
[17]I. Liodakis, T. Hovatta, D. Huppenkothen, S. Kiehlmann, W. Max-Moerbeck, & A. C. S. Readhead 2018. Constraining the Limiting Brightness Temperature and Doppler Factors for the Largest Sample of Radio-bright Blazars, ApJ, 866: 137. [doi]
[16]F. Jaron, M. Massi, S. Kiehlmann, & T. Hovatta 2018. Simultaneous long-term monitoring of LS I +61°303 by OVRO and Fermi-LAT, MNRAS, 478: 440. [doi]
[15]H. K. Vedantham et al. 2017. The Peculiar Light Curve of J1415+1320: A Case Study in Extreme Scattering Events, ApJ, 845: 90. [doi]
[14]H. K. Vedantham et al. 2017. Symmetric Achromatic Variability in Active Galaxies: A Powerful New Gravitational Lensing Probe?, ApJ, 845: 89. [doi]
[13]A. Lähteenmäki et al. 2017. 37 GHz observations of narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies, A&A, 603: A100. [doi]
[12]I. Liodakis, V. Pavlidou, T. Hovatta, W. Max-Moerbeck, T. J. Pearson, J. L. Richards, & A. C. S. Readhead 2017. Bimodal radio variability in OVRO-40 m-monitored blazars, MNRAS, 467: 4565. [doi]
[11]E. J. Lindfors et al. 2016. Optical and radio variability of the northern VHE gamma-ray emitting BL Lacertae objects, A&A, 593: A98. [doi]
[10]M. Ackermann et al. 2015. Multiwavelength Evidence for Quasi-periodic Modulation in the Gamma-Ray Blazar PG 1553+113, ApJ, 813: L41. [pdf] [doi]
[9]T. Hovatta et al. 2015. A combined radio and GeV gamma-ray view of the 2012 and 2013 flares of Mrk 421, MNRAS, 448: 3121. [pdf]
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[7]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2014. Time correlation between the radio and gamma-ray activity in blazars and the production site of the gamma-ray emission, MNRAS, 445: 428. [doi]
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[5]T. Hovatta et al. 2014. Connection between optical and γ-ray variability in blazars, MNRAS, 439: 690. [pdf] [doi]
[4]O. G. King et al. 2013. A quasi-periodic oscillation in the blazar J1359+4011, MNRAS, 436: L114. [pdf] [doi]
[3]V. Pavlidou et al. 2012. Assessing the Significance of Apparent Correlations between Radio and Gamma-Ray Blazar Fluxes, ApJ, 751: 149. [pdf] [doi]
[2]M. Ackermann et al. 2011. The Radio/Gamma-Ray Connection in Active Galactic Nuclei in the Era of the Fermi Large Area Telescope, ApJ, 741: 30. [doi]
[1]J. L. Richards et al. 2011. Blazars in the Fermi Era: The OVRO 40 m Telescope Monitoring Program, ApJS, 194: 29. [doi]
Papers Using OVRO 40 m Monitoring Data
[223]T. A. Koryukova, A. B. Pushkarev, S. Kiehlmann, & A. C. S. Readhead 2023. Multiple imaging of the quasar 2005 + 403 formed by anisotropic scattering, MNRAS, 526: 5932. [doi]
[222]I. Liodakis et al. 2023. Optical circular polarization of blazar S4 0954+65 during high linear polarized states, arXiv e-prints.
[221]Vinit Dhiman et al. 2023. Multi-band optical variability on diverse timescales of the TeV blazar TXS 0506+56, the first cosmic neutrino source, arXiv e-prints.
[220]Tom Rose et al. 2023. A massive multiphase plume of gas in Abell 2390's brightest cluster galaxy, arXiv e-prints. [doi]
[219]Whee Yeon Cheong et al. 2023. A near magnetic-to-kinetic energy equipartition flare from the relativistic jet in AO 0235+164 during 2013-2019, MNRAS. [doi]
[218]H. Abe et al. 2023. Multi-year characterisation of the broad-band emission from the intermittent extreme BL Lac 1ES\raisebox-0.5ex\textasciitilde2344+514, arXiv e-prints. [doi]
[217]Mingtai Chen & Yunguo Jiang 2023. Multiple-wavelength Correlation and Variation Study for 3C 279 at Various Timescales, PASP, 135: 094101. [doi]
[216]ANTARES Collaboration et al. 2023. Searches for neutrinos in the direction of radio-bright blazars with the ANTARES telescope, arXiv e-prints. [doi]
[215]Hyeon-Woo Jeong et al. 2023. Double SSA spectrum and magnetic field strength of the FSRQ 3C 454.3, MNRAS, 523: 5703. [doi]
[214]Silke Britzen, Michal Zaja\vcek, Gopal-Krishna, Christian Fendt, Emma Kun, Frédéric Jaron, Aimo Sillanpää, & Andreas Eckart 2023. Precession-induced Variability in AGN Jets and OJ 287, ApJ, 951: 106. [doi]
[213]A. Acharyya et al. 2023. VERITAS Discovery of Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Emission from S3 1227+25 and Multiwavelength Observations, ApJ, 950: 152. [doi]
[212]H. Abe et al. 2023. Multimessenger Characterization of Markarian 501 during Historically Low X-Ray and \ensuremathγ-Ray Activity, ApJS, 266: 37. [doi]
[211]Xiaopeng Cheng, Tao An, Ailing Wang, & Sumit Jaiswal 2023. High-Frequency and High-Resolution VLBI Observations of GHz Peaked Spectrum Objects, Galaxies, 11: 42. [doi]
[210]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2023. Long-term multi-wavelength study of 1ES 0647+250, A&A, 670: A49. [doi]
[209]Ailing Wang et al. 2023. Interactions between the Jet and Disk Wind in Nearby Radio-intermediate Quasar III Zw 2, ApJ, 944: 187. [doi]
[208]J. Otero-Santos, P. Peñil, J. A. Acosta-Pulido, J. Becerra González, C. M. Raiteri, M. I. Carnerero, & M. Villata 2023. Multiwavelength periodicity search in a sample of \ensuremathγ-ray bright blazars, MNRAS, 518: 5788. [doi]
[207]Haiyun Zhang, Dahai Yan, & Li Zhang 2023. Gaussian Process Modeling Blazar Multiwavelength Variability: Indirectly Resolving Jet Structure, ApJ, 944: 103. [doi]
[206]Lin Lu, Wei-Lu Zhou, Guang-Yi Luo, & Bin Sun 2023. Research on a 3.7-year Quasi-periodic Oscillation for FSRQ J0351-1153, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 23: 015012. [doi]
[205]G. F. Paraschos et al. 2023. A multi-band study and exploration of the radio wave-\ensuremathγ-ray connection in 3C 84, A&A, 669: A32. [doi]
[204]B. Ghosal et al. 2022. Gamma-ray spectral variability of HBL 1ES 1959+650 during MJD 57400-58000 and its consequence on leptonic blazar emission model, MNRAS, 517: 5473. [doi]
[203]Emma Kun et al. 2022. Multimessenger Picture of J1048+7143, ApJ, 940: 163. [doi]
[202]Shivangi Pandey, Suvendu Rakshit, Jong-Hak Woo, & C. S. Stalin 2022. Spectroscopic reverberation mapping of Quasar PKS 0736 + 017: broad-line region and black-hole mass, MNRAS, 516: 2671. [doi]
[201]G. F. Paraschos et al. 2022. Jet kinematics in the transversely stratified jet of 3C 84. A two-decade overview, A&A, 665: A1. [doi]
[200]S. Mondal, P. Rani, C. S. Stalin, S. K. Chakrabarti, & S. Rakshit 2022. Flux and spectral variability of Mrk 421 during its moderate activity state using NuSTAR: Possible accretion disc contribution?, A&A, 663: A178. [doi]
[199]A. Tolamatti et al. 2022. Long-term multi-wavelength study of temporal and spectral properties of 3C 279, Astroparticle Physics, 139: 102687. [doi]
[198]Rukaiya Khatoon, Raj Prince, Zahir Shah, Sunder Sahayanathan, & Rupjyoti Gogoi 2022. Temporal and spectral study of PKS 0208-512 during the 2019-2020 flare, MNRAS, 513: 611. [doi]
[197]Shruti Priya, Raj Prince, Aditi Agarwal, Debanjan Bose, Aykut Özdönmez, & Ergün Ege 2022. Multiwavelength temporal and spectral analysis of Blazar S5 1803+78, MNRAS, 513: 2239. [doi]
[196]Belén Acosta-Tripailao, Walter Max-Moerbeck, Denisse Pastén, & Pablo S. Moya 2022. Assigning degrees of stochasticity to blazar light curves in the radio band using complex networks, arXiv e-prints. [doi]
[195]Tao An, Ailing Wang, Yingkang Zhang, J. N. H. S. Aditya, Xiaoyu Hong, & Lang Cui 2022. A compact symmetric radio source born at one-tenth the current age of the Universe, MNRAS, 511: 4572. [doi]
[194]Huai-Zhen Li et al. 2022. Multiband Emission Properties of 1ES 1959+650, PASP, 134: 044101. [doi]
[193]Raúl A. Amaya-Almazán, Vahram Chavushyan, & Víctor M. Patiño-Álvarez 2022. Multiwavelength Analysis and the C IV \ensuremath\lambda1549 \rA Emission Line Behavior From 2008 to 2020 of FSRQ B2 1633+382, ApJ, 929: 14. [doi]
[192]Yan-Rong Li, Jian-Min Wang, Yu-Yang Songsheng, Zhi-Xiang Zhang, Pu Du, Chen Hu, & Ming Xiao 2022. Spectroastrometry and Reverberation Mapping: The Mass and Geometric Distance of the Supermassive Black Hole in the Quasar 3C 273, ApJ, 927: 58. [doi]
[191]V. A. Acciari et al. 2022. Investigating the Blazar TXS 0506+056 through Sharp Multiwavelength Eyes During 2017-2019, ApJ, 927: 197. [doi]
[190]A. Tramacere, V. Sliusar, R. Walter, J. Jurysek, & M. Balbo 2022. Radio-\ensuremathγ-ray response in blazars as a signature of adiabatic blob expansion, A&A, 658: A173. [doi]
[189]R. Lico et al. 2022. New jet feature in the parsec-scale jet of the blazar OJ 287 connected to the 2017 teraelectronvolt flaring activity, A&A, 658: L10. [doi]
[188]Pengfei Zhang, Zhongxiang Wang, Mark Gurwell, & Paul J. Wiita 2022. A Double-period Oscillation Signal in Millimeter Emission of the Radio Galaxy NGC 1275, ApJ, 925: 207. [doi]
[187]Sang-Hyun Kim et al. 2022. Magnetic field strengths of the synchrotron self-absorption region in the jet of CTA 102 during radio flares, MNRAS, 510: 815. [doi]
[186]V. A. Acciari et al. 2022. Multiwavelength study of the gravitationally lensed blazar QSO B0218+357 between 2016 and 2020, MNRAS, 510: 2344. [doi]
[185]José L. Gómez et al. 2022. Probing the Innermost Regions of AGN Jets and Their Magnetic Fields with RadioAstron. V. Space and Ground Millimeter-VLBI Imaging of OJ 287, ApJ, 924: 122. [doi]
[184]Y. L. Gong, T. F. Yi, X. Yang, H. Z. Li, X. Chang, J. P. Chen, & Z. H. Chen 2022. Multi-wavelength search for quasi-periodic oscillations in BL Lac 4FGL J0112.1+2245, Ap&SS, 367: 6. [doi]
[183]Dae-Won Kim et al. 2022. Radio and \ensuremathγ-Ray Activity in the Jet of the Blazar S5 0716+714, ApJ, 925: 64. [doi]
[182]Arti Goyal et al. 2021. Multiwavelength variability power spectrum analysis of the blazars 3C 279 and PKS 1510-089 on multiple timescales, arXiv e-prints.
[181]Shifeng Huang, Hongxing Yin, Shaoming Hu, Xu Chen, Yunguo Jiang, Sofya Alexeeva, & Yifan Wang 2021. The X-Ray Outburst of PG 1553+113: A Precession Effect of Two Jets in the Supermassive Black Hole Binary System, ApJ, 922: 222. [doi]
[180]M. L. Lister, D. C. Homan, K. I. Kellermann, Y. Y. Kovalev, A. B. Pushkarev, E. Ros, & T. Savolainen 2021. Monitoring Of Jets in Active Galactic Nuclei with VLBA Experiments. XVIII. Kinematics and Inner Jet Evolution of Bright Radio-loud Active Galaxies, ApJ, 923: 30. [doi]
[179]K. Balasubramaniam et al. 2021. X-Ray Emission of the \ensuremathγ-ray-loud Young Radio Galaxy NGC 3894, ApJ, 922: 84. [doi]
[178]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2021. Investigation of the correlation patterns and the Compton dominance variability of Mrk 421 in 2017, A&A, 655: A89. [doi]
[177]Axel Arbet-Engels et al. 2021. Long-term multi-band photometric monitoring of Mrk 501, A&A, 655: A93. [doi]
[176]Shifeng Huang, Shaoming Hu, Hongxing Yin, Xu Chen, Sofya Alexeeva, Dongyang Gao, & Yunguo Jiang 2021. A Possible Tidal Disruption Event Candidate in the Black Hole Binary System of OJ 287, ApJ, 920: 12. [doi]
[175]Avik Kumar Das, Raj Prince, & Nayantara Gupta 2021. Multi-Wavelength Study of 4C+28.07, ApJ, 920: 117. [doi]
[174]Sravani Vaddi, P. K. Manoharan, & Anish Roshi 2021. Long-term meter wavelength variability study of Blazar J1415+1320 using the Ooty Radio Telescope, arXiv e-prints.
[173]Raj Prince, Aditi Agarwal, Nayantara Gupta, Pratik Majumdar, Bo\.zena Czerny, Sergio A. Cellone, & I. Andruchow 2021. Multiwavelength analysis and modeling of OJ 287 during 2017-2020, A&A, 654: A38. [doi]
[172]Sunil Chandra et al. 2021. X-Ray Observations of 1ES 1959+650 in Its High-activity State in 2016-2017 with AstroSat and Swift, ApJ, 918: 67. [doi]
[171]A. Dmytriiev, H. Sol, & A. Zech 2021. Connecting steady emission and very high energy flaring states in blazars: the case of Mrk 421, MNRAS, 505: 2712. [doi]
[170]Guowei Ren, Nan Ding, Xiong Zhang, Rui Xue, Hao-Jing Zhang, Ding-Rong Xiong, Fu-Ting Li, & Hui Li 2021. Detection of a possible high-confidence radio quasi-periodic oscillation in the BL Lac PKS J2134-0153, arXiv e-prints.
[169]Lisheng Mao & Tingfeng Yi 2021. A Search for Rapid Mid-infrared Variability in Gamma-Ray-emitting Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxies, ApJS, 255: 10. [doi]
[168]S. Kang et al. 2021. Interferometric monitoring of gamma-ray bright AGNs: Measuring the magnetic field strength of 4C +29.45, A&A, 651: A74. [doi]
[167]V. A. Acciari et al. 2021. Multiwavelength variability and correlation studies of Mrk 421 during historically low X-ray and \ensuremathγ-ray activity in 2015-2016, MNRAS, 504: 1427. [doi]
[166]Yi-Fan Wang & Yun-Guo Jiang 2021. Interpreting the variation phenomena of B2 1633+382 via the two-component model, MNRAS, 504: 2509. [doi]
[165]Pengfei Zhang & Zhongxiang Wang 2021. A Radio Quasi-periodic Oscillation of 176 days in the Radio-loud Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxy J0849+5108, ApJ, 914: 1. [doi]
[164]Abhradeep Roy, S. R. Patel, A. Sarkar, A. Chatterjee, & V. R. Chitnis 2021. Multiwavelength study of the quiescent states of six brightest flat-spectrum radio quasars detected by Fermi-LAT, MNRAS, 504: 1103. [doi]
[163]S. Britzen et al. 2021. A ring accelerator? Unusual jet dynamics in the IceCube candidate PKS 1502+106, MNRAS, 503: 3145. [doi]
[162]R. Nesci et al. 2021. Multiwavelength flare observations of the blazar S5 1803+784, MNRAS, 502: 6177. [doi]
[161]Raj Prince, Rukaiya Khatoon, & C. S. Stalin 2021. Broad-band study of OQ 334 during its flaring state, MNRAS, 502: 5245. [doi]
[160]Yvette C. Perrott et al. 2021. 28-40 GHz variability and polarimetry of bright compact sources in the QUIJOTE cosmological fields, MNRAS, 502: 4779. [doi]
[159]Emma Kun, Imre Bartos, Julia Becker Tjus, Peter L. Biermann, Francis Halzen, & György Mez\Ho 2021. Cosmic Neutrinos from Temporarily Gamma-suppressed Blazars, ApJ, 911: L18. [doi]
[158]A. E. Volvach, L. N. Volvach, & M. G. Larionov 2021. Most massive double black hole 3C 454.3 and powerful gravitational wave radiation, A&A, 648: A27. [doi]
[157]Guo-Wei Ren, Hao-Jing Zhang, Xiong Zhang, Nan Ding, Xing Yang, Fu-Ting Li, Pei-Lin Yan, & Xiao-Lin Xu 2021. Detection of a high-confidence quasi-periodic oscillation in radio light curve of the high redshift FSRQ PKS J0805-0111, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 21: 075. [doi]
[156]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2021. VHE gamma-ray detection of FSRQ QSO B1420+326 and modeling of its enhanced broadband state in 2020, A&A, 647: A163. [doi]
[155]G. Fichet de Clairfontaine, Z. Meliani, A. Zech, & O. Hervet 2021. Flux variability from ejecta in structured relativistic jets with large-scale magnetic fields, A&A, 647: A77. [doi]
[154]A. Arbet-Engels et al. 2021. The relentless variability of Mrk 421 from the TeV to the radio, A&A, 647: A88. [doi]
[153]Raúl A. Amaya-Almazán, Vahram Chavushyan, & Victor M. Patiño-Álvarez 2021. Multiwavelength Analysis and the Difference in the Behavior of the Spectral Features during the 2010 and 2014 Flaring Periods of the Blazar 3C 454.3, ApJ, 906: 5. [doi]
[152]M. Massi et al. 2020. Evidence for periodic accretion-ejection in LS I +61\textdegree303, MNRAS, 498: 3592. [doi]
[151]N. Fraija, E. Aguilar-Ruiz, & A. Galván-Gámez 2020. Electron-positron pair plasma in TXS 0506+056 and the 'neutrino flare' in 2014-2015, MNRAS, 497: 5318. [doi]
[150]Yi-Fan Wang & Yun-Guo Jiang 2020. A Comprehensive Study on the Variation Phenomena of AO 0235+164, ApJ, 902: 41. [doi]
[149]B. Ghosal et al. 2020. Multiwavelength study of the radio galaxy NGC 1275 with TACTIC, Fermi and Swift during December, 2016 - February, 2017, \na, 80: 101402. [doi]
[148]Marina S. Butuzova & Alexander B. Pushkarev 2020. Is OJ 287 a Single Supermassive Black Hole?, Universe, 6: 191. [doi]
[147]Suvendu Rakshit 2020. Broad line region and black hole mass of PKS 1510-089 from spectroscopic reverberation mapping, A&A, 642: A59. [doi]
[146]Sungmin Yoo & Hongjun An 2020. Spectral Variability of the Blazar 3C 279 in the Optical to X-Ray Band during 2009-2018, ApJ, 902: 2. [doi]
[145]Jee Won Lee et al. 2020. Interferometric Monitoring of Gamma-Ray Bright AGNs: OJ 287, ApJ, 902: 104. [doi]
[144]S. Fernandes, V. M. Patiño-Álvarez, V. Chavushyan, E. M. Schlegel, & J. R. Valdés 2020. Multiwavelength analysis of the variability of the blazar 3C 273, MNRAS, 497: 2066. [doi]
[143]Kazuhiro Hada, Kotaro Niinuma, Julian Sitarek, Cristiana Spingola, & Ayumi Hirano 2020. Millimeter-VLBI Detection and Imaging of the Gravitationally Lensed \ensuremathγ-Ray Blazar JVAS B0218+357, ApJ, 901: 2. [doi]
[142]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2020. An intermittent extreme BL Lac: MWL study of 1ES 2344+514 in an enhanced state, MNRAS, 496: 3912. [doi]
[141]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2020. Testing two-component models on very high-energy gamma-ray-emitting BL Lac objects, A&A, 640: A132. [doi]
[140]Emma Kun, Sándor Frey, & Krisztina É. Gabányi 2020. A self-lensing supermassive binary black hole at radio frequencies: the story of Spikey continues, MNRAS, 496: 3336. [doi]
[139]Bidzina Kapanadze, Stefano Vercellone, & Patrizia Romano 2020. Stochastic acceleration in the relativistic jets of BL Lacertae objects, \na, 79: 101393. [doi]
[138]Li-Gong Mi, Quan Xie, Zhong-Zu Wu, Li Zhang, Zhi-Bin Zhang, & Juan-Juan Luo 2020. Jurkevich Period Analysis of a Blazar Sample in Radio Band, \caa, 44: 313. [doi]
[137]Yan-Rong Li, Zhi-Xiang Zhang, Chichuan Jin, Pu Du, Lang Cui, Xiang Liu, & Jian-Min Wang 2020. Untangling Optical Emissions of the Jet and Accretion Disk in the Flat-spectrum Radio Quasar 3C 273 with Reverberation Mapping Data, ApJ, 897: 18. [doi]
[136]Xiaofeng Li, Tao An, Prashanth Mohan, & Marcello Giroletti 2020. The Parsec-scale Jet of the Neutrino-emitting Blazar TXS 0506+056, ApJ, 896: 63. [doi]
[135]V. A. Acciari et al. 2020. Unraveling the Complex Behavior of Mrk 421 with Simultaneous X-Ray and VHE Observations during an Extreme Flaring Activity in 2013 April, ApJS, 248: 29. [doi]
[134]Yunguo Jiang, Shao-Ming Hu, Xu Chen, Xi Shao, & Qiu-Hong Huo 2020. Locations of optical and \ensuremathγ-ray emitting regions and variation phenomena of PMN J2345-1555, MNRAS, 493: 3757. [doi]
[133]X. -P. Cheng et al. 2020. Compact Bright Radio-loud AGNs. III. A Large VLBA Survey at 43 GHz, ApJS, 247: 57. [doi]
[132]S. Kapanadze, B. Kapanadze, S. Vercellone, P. Romano, & L. Neparidze 2020. The swift observations of distant high-energy peaked BL Lacertae objects, Ap&SS, 365: 66. [doi]
[131]Arti Goyal 2020. Blazar variability power spectra from radio up to TeV photon energies: Mrk 421 and PKS 2155-304, MNRAS, 494: 3432. [doi]
[130]A. Franckowiak et al. 2020. Patterns in the Multiwavelength Behavior of Candidate Neutrino Blazars, ApJ, 893: 162. [doi]
[129]Janeth Valverde et al. 2020. A Decade of Multiwavelength Observations of the TeV Blazar 1ES 1215+303: Extreme Shift of the Synchrotron Peak Frequency and Long-term Optical-Gamma-Ray Flux Increase, ApJ, 891: 170. [doi]
[128]B. Kapanadze et al. 2020. Swift Observations of Mrk 421 in Selected Epochs. III. Extreme X-Ray Timing/Spectral Properties and Multiwavelength Lognormality during 2015 December-2018 April, ApJS, 247: 27. [doi]
[127]V. M. Larionov et al. 2020. Multiwavelength behaviour of the blazar 3C 279: decade-long study from \ensuremathγ-ray to radio, MNRAS, 492: 3829. [doi]
[126]Raj Prince 2020. Broadband Variability and Correlation Study of 3C 279 during Flares of 2017-2018, ApJ, 890: 164. [doi]
[125]M. Giroletti & S. Righini 2020. A flat-spectrum flare in S4 0444+63 revealed by a new implementation of multiwavelength single-dish observations, MNRAS, 492: 2807. [doi]
[124]R. Lico et al. 2020. A parsec-scale wobbling jet in the high-synchrotron peaked blazar PG 1553+113, A&A, 634: A87. [doi]
[123]K. K. Singh, P. J. Meintjes, & F. A. Ramamonjisoa 2020. Understanding the giant gamma-ray outburst on June 16, 2015 from the blazar 3C 279, Ap&SS, 365: 33. [doi]
[122]A. U. Abeysekara et al. 2020. The Great Markarian 421 Flare of 2010 February: Multiwavelength Variability and Correlation Studies, ApJ, 890: 97. [doi]
[121]E. Traianou et al. 2020. Localizing the \ensuremathγ-ray emitting region in the blazar TXS 2013+370, A&A, 634: A112. [doi]
[120]Nachiketa Chakraborty 2020. Investigating Multiwavelength Lognormality with Simulations\textemdashCase of Mrk 421, Galaxies, 8: 7. [doi]
[119]Tao An et al. 2020. Evolving parsec-scale radio structure in the most distant blazar known, Nature Communications, 11: 143. [doi]
[118]F. D'Ammando et al. 2019. Investigating the multiwavelength behaviour of the flat spectrum radio quasar CTA 102 during 2013-2017, MNRAS, 490: 5300. [doi]
[117]K. K. Singh, B. Bisschoff, B. van Soelen, A. Tolamatti, J. P. Marais, & P. J. Meintjes 2019. Long-term multiwavelength view of the blazar 1ES 1218+304, MNRAS, 489: 5076. [doi]
[116]Xi Shao, Yunguo Jiang, & Xu Chen 2019. Curvature-induced Polarization and Spectral Index Behavior for PKS 1502+106, ApJ, 884: 15. [doi]
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[17]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2013. OVRO 40 m Blazar Monitoring Program: Location of the gamma-ray emission region in blazars by the study of correlated variability at radio and gamma-rays, ArXiv e-prints.
[16]T. Hovatta, E. M. Leitch, W. Max-Moerbeck, J. Richards, T. J. Pearson, & A. C. Readhead 2013. A New Method to Deconvolve Blazar Light Curves into Individual Flares, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts, 221: 339.05.
[15]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2012. OVRO 40m blazar monitoring program: Understanding the relationship between 15 GHz radio variability properties and gamma-ray activity in blazars, ArXiv e-prints.
[14]O. G. King, W. Max-Moerbeck, J. L. Richards, V. Pavlidou, T. J. Pearson, & A. C. S. Readhead 2012. The OVRO blazar monitoring program, Journal of Physics Conference Series, 355: 012007. [doi]
[13]W. Max-Moerbeck 2012. Correlated Radio And Gamma-ray Variability Of Blazars With The Ovro 40 Meter Telescope Monitoring Program And Fermi-LAT, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #219, 219: 321.05.
[12]J. Richards 2012. The Radio Variability of Gamma-Ray Blazars, in 219th American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts. (Dissertation talk)
[11]J. L. Richards et al. 2011. Radio Variability Studies of Gamma-Ray Blazars with the OVRO 40 m Telescope, in Proceedings of the 2011 Fermi Symposium (Aldo Morselli, ed.), eConf C110509. [pdf]
[10]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2011. Physical Significance Of The Time Lags In Radio/gamma-ray Cross-correlations For Fermi-gst Blazars On The Ovro 40m Blazar Monitoring Program, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #217, 43: 142.02.
[9]J. Richards et al. 2011. 15 GHz Radio Variability of Gamma-Ray Blazars, in 217th American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts. (Poster)
[8]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2010. Two Years of Monitoring of Blazars with the OVRO 40 m Telescope at 15 GHz in Support of Fermi-GST, in Accretion and Ejection in AGN: a Global View (L. Maraschi, G. Ghisellini, R. Della Ceca, F. Tavecchio, eds.), 427: 199.
[7]J. L. Richards et al. 2010. 15 GHz Monitoring of Gamma-ray Blazars with the OVRO 40 Meter Telescope in Support of Fermi, in Proceedings of X-Ray Astronomy 2009 (A. Comastri, M. Cappi, L. Angelini, eds.), AIP Conference Proceedings, 1248: 503. [doi]
[6]W. Max-Moerbeck, for the Fermi-LAT Collaboration, & for the F-GAMMA collaboration 2009. Connection between gamma-ray and radio activity of blazars from Fermi-LAT and 15 GHz radio monitoring with the OVRO 40-Meter Telescope, ArXiv e-prints.
[5]J. L. Richards et al. 2009. 15 GHz Monitoring of Gamma-ray Blazars with the OVRO 40 Meter Telescope in Support of Fermi, in Proceedings of the 2009 Fermi Symposium, eConf C0911022. [pdf]
[4]J. Richards et al. 2009. 15 GHz Monitoring Of Gamma-ray Blazars With The OVRO 40 Meter Telescope In Support Of Fermi-GST, in 214th American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts. (Talk)
[3]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2009. Two Years Of Monitoring Of Blazars With The Ovro 40 M Telescope At 15 GHz In Support Of Fermi-GST, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #214, 214: 417.12.
[2]W. Max-Moerbeck et al. 2009. Variability Studies Of CGRaBS Candidate Blazars With The OVRO 40 m Telescope At 15 GHz In Support Of Fermi, in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #213, 41: 468.10.
[1]J. L. Richards et al. 2009. 15 GHz Monitoring of CGRaBS Blazar Candidates with the OVRO 40-meter Telescope in Support of Fermi, in 213th American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts. (Poster)
OVRO Group Theses
[2]W. Max-Moerbeck 2013. The relationship between the radio and gamma-ray emission of blazars, PhD thesis, California Institute of Technology.
[1]J. L. Richards 2012. The Radio Variability of Gamma-Ray Blazars, PhD thesis, California Institute of Technology.
Theses Using OVRO 40 m Monitoring Data
[2]L. M. Linhoff 2021. Multiwavelength analysis of the TeV-radio galaxy 3C 84/NGC 1275, PhD thesis, Technische Universitaet Dortmund.
[1]S. Kiehlmann 2015. Origin of the gamma-ray emission in AGN jets - A multi-wavelength photometry and polarimetry data analysis of the quasar 3C 279, PhD thesis, Universitaet zu Koeln.
Astronomer's Telegrams
[11]Matthias Kadler et al. 2022. TELAMON and OVRO detection of an inverted spectrum and radio flare of TXS0310+022 coincident with IceCube-220304A, The Astronomer's Telegram, 15266: 1.
[10]Matthias Kadler et al. 2021. TELAMON, Metsahovi, Medicina, OVRO and RATAN-600 programs find a long-term radio flare in PKS0735+17 coincident with IceCube-211208A, The Astronomer's Telegram, 15105: 1.
[9]S. Kiehlmann, T. Hovatta, M. Kadler, W. Max-Moerbeck, & A.C.S. Readhead 2019. Neutrino candidate source FSRQ PKS 1502+106 at highest flux density at 15 GHz, The Astronomer's Telegram, #12996.
[8]T. Hovatta, M. Balokovic, J. L. Richards, W. Max-Moerbeck, & A. C. S. Readhead 2013. An increase in the millimeter and centimeter band flux density of Mrk421, The Astronomer's Telegram, #5107.
[7]T. Hovatta, M. Balokovic, W. Max-Moerbeck, T. Pearson, & A. Readhead 2013. Rapid 15 GHz radio flare in the flat spectrum radio quasar CGRaBS J1738+3224, The Astronomer's Telegram, #4861.
[6]T. Hovatta, J. L. Richards, W. Max-Moerbeck, T. J. Pearson, & A. C. S. Readhead 2012. Rapid millimeter and centimeter band flux density increase in the gamma-ray blazar BL Lacertae, The Astronomer's Telegram, #4565.
[5]T. Hovatta, J. L. Richards, M. F. Aller, H. D. Aller, W. Max-Moerbeck, T. J. Pearson, & A. C. S. Readhead 2012. A major 15 GHz radio flare in the blazar Mrk 421, The Astronomer's Telegram, #4451.
[4]L. Fuhrmann et al. 2012. Follow-up radio observations of Nova Mon 2012 at 10 - 142 GHz, The Astronomer's Telegram, #4376.
[3]K. Mooley, J. Richards, W. Max-Moerbeck, M. Shepherd, D. Frail, S. Kulkarni, & A. Readhead 2011. GRB 110328A / Swift J164449.3+573451: Followup at 15 GHz, The Astronomer's Telegram, #3252.
[2]I. Nestoras et al. 2010. Radio detection of V407 Cyg - the possible counterpart of the new Fermi LAT Gamma-ray Transient J2102+4542 with the Effelsberg 100-m, OVRO 40-m and IRAM 30-m telescopes, The Astronomer's Telegram, #2506.
[1]A. A. Mahabal et al. 2009. Spectroscopic follow-up of flaring blazars from CRTS, The Astronomer's Telegram, #1952.