OVRO 40m Telescope


OVRO 40 m Group Papers
[22]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]
[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]
[8]W. Max-Moerbeck, J. L. Richards, T. Hovatta, V. Pavlidou, T. J. Pearson, & A. C. S. Readhead 2014. A method for the estimation of the significance of cross-correlations in unevenly sampled red-noise time series, MNRAS, 445: 437. [doi]
[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]
[6]J. L. Richards, T. Hovatta, W. Max-Moerbeck, V. Pavlidou, T. J. Pearson, & A. C. S. Readhead 2014. Connecting radio variability to characteristics of gamma-ray blazars, MNRAS, 438: 3058. [pdf] [doi]
[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
[137]Vitalii Sliusar, Roland Walter, & Matteo Balbo 2021. GeV-radio correlation in Markarian 421, arXiv e-prints.
[136]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]
[135]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2021. Investigation of the correlation patterns and the Compton dominance variability of Mrk 421 in 2017, arXiv e-prints.
[134]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]
[133]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]
[132]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]
[131]Raj Prince, Rukaiya Khatoon, & C. S. Stalin 2021. Broad-band study of OQ 334 during its flaring state, MNRAS, 502: 5245. [doi]
[130]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]
[129]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]
[128]Jee Won Lee et al. 2020. Interferometric Monitoring of Gamma-Ray Bright AGNs: OJ 287, ApJ, 902: 104. [doi]
[127]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2020. Testing two-component models on very high-energy gamma-ray-emitting BL Lac objects, A&A, 640: A132. [doi]
[126]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2020. An intermittent extreme BL Lac: MWL study of 1ES 2344+514 in an enhanced state, MNRAS, 496: 3912. [doi]
[125]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]
[124]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]
[123]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]
[122]Arti Goyal 2020. Blazar variability power spectra from radio up to TeV photon energies: Mrk 421 and PKS 2155-304, MNRAS, 494: 3432. [doi]
[121]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]
[120]E. Traianou et al. 2020. Localizing the \ensuremathγ-ray emitting region in the blazar TXS 2013+370, A&A, 634: A112. [doi]
[119]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]
[118]Tao An et al. 2020. Evolving parsec-scale radio structure in the most distant blazar known, Nature Communications, 11: 143. [doi]
[117]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]
[116]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]
[115]V. M. Patiño-Álvarez, S. A. Dzib, A. Lobanov, & V. Chavushyan 2019. Is there a non-stationary \ensuremathγ-ray emission zone 42 pc from the 3C 279 core?, A&A, 630: A56. [doi]
[114]Xi Shao, Yunguo Jiang, & Xu Chen 2019. Curvature-induced Polarization and Spectral Index Behavior for PKS 1502+106, ApJ, 884: 15. [doi]
[113]Neng-Hui Liao, Li-Ming Dou, Ning Jiang, Yi-Bo Wang, Yi-Zhong Fan, & Ting-Gui Wang 2019. Multi-wavelength Variability Properties of CGRaBS J0733+0456: Identifying a Distant Gamma-Ray Blazar at z = 3.01, ApJ, 879: L9. [doi]
[112]K. K. Singh, P. J. Meintjes, B. van Soelen, F. A. Ramamonjisoa, & B. Vaidya 2019. Optical polarization properties of February 2010 outburst of the blazar Mrk 421, Ap&SS, 364: 88. [doi]
[111]K. K. Yadav et al. 2019. TeV \ensuremathγ-ray emission from Mrk 421 observed with TACTIC during December 2014-February 2015, \na, 67: 67. [doi]
[110]K. K. Singh, H. Bhatt, S. Bhattacharyya, N. Bhatt, A. K. Tickoo, & R. C. Rannot 2019. Multi-wavelength study of the short term TeV flaring activity from the blazar Mrk 501 observed in June 2014, Advances in Space Research, 63: 766. [doi]
[109]Raj Prince 2019. Multi-frequency Variability Study of Ton 599 during the High Activity of 2017, ApJ, 871: 101. [doi]
[108]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2018. Detection of persistent VHE gamma-ray emission from PKS 1510-089 by the MAGIC telescopes during low states between 2012 and 2017, A&A, 619: A159. [doi]
[107]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2018. Multi-wavelength characterization of the blazar S5 0716+714 during an unprecedented outburst phase, A&A, 619: A45. [doi]
[106]B. Kapanadze, S. Vercellone, P. Romano, P. Hughes, M. Aller, H. Aller, S. Kapanadze, & L. Tabagari 2018. Strong X-ray flaring activity of the BL Lacertae source OJ 287 in 2016 October-2017 April, MNRAS, 480: 407. [doi]
[105]G. Bhatta et al. 2018. Signatures of the Disk\ndashJet Coupling in the Broad-line Radio Quasar 4C+74.26, ApJ, 866: 132. [doi]
[104]P. Padovani, P. Giommi, E. Resconi, T. Glauch, B. Arsioli, N. Sahakyan, & M. Huber 2018. Dissecting the region around IceCube-170922A: the blazar TXS 0506+056 as the first cosmic neutrino source, MNRAS, 480: 192. [doi]
[103]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2018. The broad-band properties of the intermediate synchrotron peaked BL Lac S2 0109+22 from radio to VHE gamma-rays, MNRAS, 480: 879. [doi]
[102]Navpreet Kaur & Kiran S. Baliyan 2018. CTA 102 in exceptionally high state during 2016-2017, A&A, 617: A59. [doi]
[101]IceCube Collaboration et al. 2018. Multimessenger observations of a flaring blazar coincident with high-energy neutrino IceCube-170922A, Science, 361: eaat1378. [doi]
[100]Juan-Carlos Algaba et al. 2018. Exploring the Variability of the Flat-spectrum Radio Source 1633+382. II. Physical Properties, ApJ, 859: 128. [doi]
[99]M. Berton et al. 2018. The flat-spectrum radio quasar 3C 345 from the high to the low emission state, A&A, 614: A148. [doi]
[98]B. Kapanadze, S. Vercellone, P. Romano, P. Hughes, M. Aller, H. Aller, O. Kharshiladze, & L. Tabagari 2018. Swift Observations of Mrk 421 in Selected Epochs. II. An Extreme Spectral Flux Variability in 2009-2012, ApJ, 858: 68. [doi]
[97]A. U. Abeysekara et al. 2018. Multiwavelength Observations of the Blazar BL Lacertae: A New Fast TeV Gamma-Ray Flare, ApJ, 856: 95. [doi]
[96]J. Y. Koay et al. 2018. The MASIV Survey - IV. Relationship between intra-day scintillation and intrinsic variability of radio AGNs, MNRAS, 474: 4396. [doi]
[95]B. Kapanadze et al. 2018. Swift Observations of Mrk 421 in Selected Epochs. I. The Spectral and Flux Variability in 2005-2008, ApJ, 854: 66. [doi]
[94]B. Kapanadze et al. 2018. The second strong X-ray flare and multifrequency variability of 1ES 1959+650 in 2016 January-August, MNRAS, 473: 2542. [doi]
[93]Gopal Bhatta 2018. Detection of Periodic Radio Signal from the Blazar J1043+2408, Galaxies, #6. [doi]
[92]B. Kapanadze, D. Dorner, P. Romano, S. Vercellone, S. Kapanadze, & L. Tabagari 2017. Mrk 421 after the Giant X-Ray Outburst in 2013, ApJ, 848: 103. [doi]
[91]S. Kapanadze, B. Kapanadze, P. Romano, S. Vercellone, & L. Tabagari 2017. The swift observations of BL Lacertae object 1ES 2344+514, Ap&SS, 362: 196. [doi]
[90]G. Bhatta 2017. Radio and γ-Ray Variability in the BL Lac PKS 0219-164: Detection of Quasi-periodic Oscillations in the Radio Light Curve, ApJ, 847: 7. [doi]
[89]G. Bruni et al. 2017. Probing the innermost regions of AGN jets and their magnetic fields with RadioAstron. II. Observations of 3C 273 at minimum activity, A&A, 604: A111. [doi]
[88]B. Kapanadze et al. 2017. The prolonged X-ray flaring activity of Mrk 501 in 2014, MNRAS, 469: 1655. [doi]
[87]M. L. Ahnen et al. 2017. First multi-wavelength campaign on the gamma-ray-loud active galaxy IC 310, A&A, 603: A25. [doi]
[86]P. Chandra et al. 2017. Multiwavelength study of VHE emission from Markarian 501 using TACTIC observations during April-May, 2012, \na, 54: 42. [doi]
[85]Y. Zhang et al. 2017. J0906+6930: a radio-loud quasar in the early Universe, MNRAS, 468: 69. [doi]
[84]A. Goyal et al. 2017. Multiwavelength Variability Study of the Classical BL Lac Object PKS 0735+178 on Timescales Ranging from Decades to Minutes, ApJ, 837: 127. [doi]
[83]A. U. Abeysekara et al. 2017. A Search for Spectral Hysteresis and Energy-dependent Time Lags from X-Ray and TeV Gamma-Ray Observations of Mrk 421, ApJ, 834: 2. [doi]
[82]F. D'Ammando et al. 2016. The awakening of the γ-ray narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy PKS 1502+036, MNRAS, 463: 4469. [doi]
[81]Planck Collaboration et al. 2016. Planck intermediate results. XLV. Radio spectra of northern extragalactic radio sources, A&A, 596: A106. [doi]
[80]F. Jaron, G. Torricelli-Ciamponi, & M. Massi 2016. Understanding the periodicities in radio and GeV emission from LS I +61\textdegree303, A&A, 595: A92. [doi]
[79]B. Kapanadze et al. 2016. X-Ray Flaring Activity of MRK 421 in the First Half of 2013, ApJ, 831: 102. [doi]
[78]M. Manganaro et al. 2016. Multiwavelength Picture of the Blazar S5 0716+714 during Its Brightest Outburst, Galaxies, 4: 69. [doi]
[77]E. V. Kravchenko, Y. Y. Kovalev, T. Hovatta, & V. Ramakrishnan 2016. Multiwavelength observations of the γ-ray flaring quasar S4 1030+61 in 2009-2014, MNRAS, 462: 2747. [doi]
[76]T. An, Y.-Z. Cui, Z. Paragi, S. Frey, L. I. Gurvits, & K. É. Gabányi 2016. VLBI observations of flared optical quasar CGRaBS J0809+5341, PASJ, 68: 77. [doi]
[75]A. Loh et al. 2016. High-energy gamma-ray observations of the accreting black hole V404 Cygni during its 2015 June outburst, MNRAS, 462: L111. [doi]
[74]M. L. Ahnen et al. 2016. Long-term multi-wavelength variability and correlation study of Markarian 421 from 2007 to 2009, A&A, 593: A91. [doi]
[73]M. L. Ahnen et al. 2016. Investigating the peculiar emission from the new VHE gamma-ray source H1722+119, MNRAS, 459: 3271. [doi]
[72]A. Sinha et al. 2016. Long-term study of Mkn 421 with the HAGAR Array of Telescopes, A&A, 591: A83. [doi]
[71]J. Aleksić et al. 2016. Insights into the emission of the blazar 1ES 1011+496 through unprecedented broadband observations during 2011 and 2012, A&A, 591: A10. [doi]
[70]C. Spingola et al. 2016. Radio follow-up of the gamma-ray flaring gravitational lens JVAS B0218+357, MNRAS, 457: 2263. [pdf] [doi]
[69]B. Kapanadze, P. Romano, S. Vercellone, S. Kapanadze, T. Mdzinarishvili, & G. Kharshiladze 2016. The long-term Swift observations of the high-energy peaked BL Lacertae source 1ES 1959+650, MNRAS, 457: 704. [pdf] [doi]
[68]M. Baloković et al. 2016. Multiwavelength Study of Quiescent States of Mrk 421 with Unprecedented Hard X-Ray Coverage Provided by NuSTAR in 2013, ApJ, 819: 156. [pdf] [doi]
[67]B. Bartoli et al. 2016. 4.5 years multi-wavelength observations of Mrk 421 during the ARGO-YBJ and Fermi common operation time, ApJS, 222: 6. [pdf] [doi]
[66]A. U. Abeysekara et al. 2015. Gamma-Rays from the Quasar PKS 1441+25: Story of an Escape, ApJ, 815: L22. [pdf] [doi]
[65]M. Kim et al. 2015. An Off-nucleus Nonstellar Black Hole in the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 5252, ApJ, 814: 8. [pdf] [doi]
[64]A. Furniss et al. 2015. First NuSTAR Observations of Mrk 501 within a Radio to TeV Multi-Instrument Campaign, ApJ, 812: 65. [pdf] [doi]
[63]M. T. Hogan et al. 2015. High Radio Frequency Properties and Variability of Brightest Cluster Galaxies, MNRAS, 453: 1223. [pdf] [doi]
[62]M. L. Lister, M. F. Aller, H. D. Aller, T. Hovatta, W. Max-Morbeck, A. C. S. Readhead, J. L. Richards, & E. Ros 2015. Why Haven't Many of the Brightest Radio Loud Blazars Been Detected by Fermi ?, ApJ, 810: L9. [pdf] [doi]
[61]A. Wierzcholska 2015. Nine years of multi-frequency monitoring of the blazar PKS 0048-097: spectral and temporal variability, A&A, 580: A104. [pdf] [doi]
[60]T. V. Mufakharov, Y. V. Sotnikova, M. G. Mingaliev, & A. K. Erkenov 2015. Multifrequency quasi-simultaneous observations of six low-synchrotron peaked blazars, Astrophysical Bulletin, 70: 273. [pdf] [doi]
[59]J. Aleksić et al. 2015. Probing the very high energy γ-ray spectral curvature in the blazar PG 1553+113 with the MAGIC telescopes, MNRAS, 450: 4399. [pdf] [doi]
[58]J. Aleksić et al. 2015. MAGIC detection of short-term variability of the high-peaked BL Lac object 1ES 0806+524, MNRAS, 451: 5258. [pdf] [doi]
[57]H. T. Liu, J. M. Bai, H. C. Feng, & S. K. Li 2015. Revisiting correlations between broad-line and jet emission variations for AGNs: 3C 120 and 3C 273, MNRAS, 450: 494. [pdf] [doi]
[56]J. Aleksić et al. 2015. The 2009 multiwavelength campaign on Mrk 421: Variability and correlation studies, A&A, 576: A126. [pdf] [doi]
[55]K. K. Singh, K. K. Yadav, P. Chandra, S. Sahayanathan, N. Bhatt, R. C. Rannot, A. K. Tickoo, & R. Koul 2015. Multi-wavelength study of Mrk 421 TeV flare observed with TACTIC telescope in February 2010, Astroparticle Physics, 61: 32. [pdf] [doi]
[54]M. Massi, F. Jaron, & T. Hovatta 2015. Long-term OVRO monitoring of LSI+61303: confirmation of the two close periodicities, A&A Letters, 575: L9. [pdf]
[53]N. H. Liao & J. M. Bai 2015. Rapid high-amplitude γ-ray variability in blazar PKS 0507+17, \na, 34: 134. [pdf] [doi]
[52]A. Shukla et al. 2015. Multi-frequency, Multi-epoch Study of Mrk 501: Hints for a Two-component Nature of the Emission, ApJ, 798: 2. [pdf] [doi]
[51]A. Wierzcholska, M. Ostrowski, \L. Stawarz, S. Wagner, & M. Hauser 2015. Longterm optical monitoring of bright BL Lacertae objects with ATOM: Spectral variability and multiwavelength correlations, A&A, 573: A69. [pdf] [doi]
[50]F. D'Ammando et al. 2015. The most powerful flaring activity from the NLSy1 PMN J0948+0022, MNRAS, 446: 2456. [pdf] [doi]
[49]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2014. First broadband characterization and redshift determination of the VHE blazar MAGIC J2001+439, A&A, 572: A121. [pdf] [doi]
[48]J. D. Maune, J. R. Eggen, H. R. Miller, K. Marshall, A. C. S. Readhead, T. Hovatta, & O. King 2014. The Extreme Behavior of the Radio-loud Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxy J0849+5108, ApJ, 794: 93. [doi]
[47]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2014. MAGIC gamma-ray and multifrequency observations of flat spectrum radio quasar PKS 1510-089 in early 2012, A&A, 569: A46. [pdf] [doi]
[46]V. S. Paliya, S. Sahayanathan, M. L. Parker, A. C. Fabian, C. S. Stalin, A. Anjum, & S. B. Pandey 2014. The Peculiar Radio-Loud Narrow Line Seyfert 1 Galaxy 1H 0323+342, ApJ, 789: 143. [pdf] [doi]
[45]MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2014. MAGIC long-term study of the distant TeV blazar PKS 1424+240 in a multiwavelength context, A&A, 567: A135. [pdf] [doi]
[44]The MAGIC Collaboration et al. 2014. MAGIC observations and multifrequency properties of the Flat Spectrum Radio Quasar 3C 279 in 2011, A&A, 567: A41. [pdf] [doi]
[43]K. V. Sokolovsky et al. 2014. Two active states of the narrow-line gamma-ray-loud AGN GB 1310+487, A&A, 565: A26. [pdf] [doi]
[42]M. Ackermann et al. 2014. Multifrequency Studies of the Peculiar Quasar 4C+21.35 during the 2010 Flaring Activity, ApJ, 786: 157. [doi]
[41]F. D'Ammando et al. 2014. Multiwavelength observations of the gamma-ray emitting narrow-line Seyfert 1 PMN J0948+0022 in 2011, MNRAS, 438: 3521. [pdf] [doi]
[40]H. T. Liu, J. M. Bai, J. M. Wang, & S. K. Li 2014. Hints of correlation between broad-line and radio variations for 3C 120, AJ, 147: 17. [pdf]
[39]T. Sbarrato et al. 2013. NuSTAR Detection of the Blazar B2 1023+25 at Redshift 5.3, ApJ, 777: 147. [doi]
[38]S. Archambault et al. 2013. Discovery of a New TeV Gamma-Ray Source: VER J0521+211, ApJ, 776: 69. [doi]
[37]F. D'Ammando et al. 2013. Multifrequency studies of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy SBS 0846+513, MNRAS, 436: 191. [doi]
[36]F. D'Ammando et al. 2013. The ordinary life of the γ-ray emitting narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy PKS 1502+036, MNRAS, 433: 952. [doi]
[35]P. Kushwaha, S. Sahayanathan, & K. P. Singh 2013. High energy emission processes in OJ 287 during 2009 flare, MNRAS, 433: 2380. [doi]
[34]J. Aleksić et al. 2013. The simultaneous low state spectral energy distribution of 1ES 2344+514 from radio to very high energies, A&A, 556: A67. [doi]
[33]A. B. Pushkarev et al. 2013. VLBA observations of a rare multiple quasar imaging event caused by refraction in the interstellar medium, A&A, 555: A80. [doi]
[32]V. S. Paliya, C. S. Stalin, A. Shukla, & S. Sahayanathan 2013. The Nature of γ-Ray Loud Narrow-line Seyfert I Galaxies PKS 1502+036 and PKS 2004-447, ApJ, 768: 52. [pdf] [doi]
[31]B. Rani et al. 2013. Radio to gamma-ray variability study of blazar S5 0716+714, A&A, 552: A11. [doi]
[30]M. S. Shaw et al. 2013. Spectroscopy of the Largest Ever γ-Ray-selected BL Lac Sample, ApJ, 764: 135. [doi]
[29]M. Orienti et al. 2013. Radio and γ-ray follow-up of the exceptionally high-activity state of PKS 1510-089 in 2011, MNRAS, 428: 2418. [doi]
[28]T. Arlen et al. 2013. Rapid TeV Gamma-Ray Flaring of BL Lacertae, ApJ, 762: 92. [doi]
[27]L. Foschini et al. 2012. Radio-to-γ-ray monitoring of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy PMN J0948 + 0022 from 2008 to 2011, A&A, 548: A106. [doi]
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[25]M. Hayashida et al. 2012. The Structure and Emission Model of the Relativistic Jet in the Quasar 3C 279 Inferred from Radio to High-energy γ-Ray Observations in 2008-2010, ApJ, 754: 114. [doi]
[24]M. Ajello et al. 2012. The Luminosity Function of Fermi-detected Flat-spectrum Radio Quasars, ApJ, 751: 108. [doi]
[23]M. Ackermann et al. 2012. Multi-wavelength Observations of Blazar AO 0235+164 in the 2008-2009 Flaring State, ApJ, 751: 159. [doi]
[22]P. Giommi et al. 2012. Simultaneous Planck, Swift, and Fermi observations of X-ray and γ-ray selected blazars, A&A, 541: A160. [doi]
[21]A. Shukla et al. 2012. Multiwavelength study of the TeV blazar Mrk 421 during a giant flare, A&A, 541: A140. [pdf] [doi]
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OVRO Group Theses
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Astronomer's Telegrams
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[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.
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[4]L. Fuhrmann et al. 2012. Follow-up radio observations of Nova Mon 2012 at 10 - 142 GHz, The Astronomer's Telegram, #4376.
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