Multiwavelength Picture of the Blazar S5 0716+714 during Its Brightest Outburst

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Manganaro, Marina and Pedaletti, Giovanna and Doert, Marlene and Bastieri, Denis and Ramazani, Vandad Fallah and Gasparrini, Dario and Lindfors, Elina and Lott, Benoit and Nievas, Mireia and Rani, Bindu and Thompson, David and Angelakis, Emmanouil and Borman, George and Gurwell, Mark and Hovatta, Talvikki and Itoh, Ryosuke and Jorstad, Svetlana and Kraus, Alex and Krichbaum, Thomas and Kuin, Paul and Lähteenmäki, Anne and Larionov, Valeri and Lien, Amy and Myserlis, Ioannis and Tornikoski, Merja and Troitsky, Ivan and Zensus, J. (2016) Multiwavelength Picture of the Blazar S5 0716+714 during Its Brightest Outburst. Galaxies, 4 (4). p. 69. ISSN 2075-4434

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Abstract

S5 0716+714 is a well known BL Lac object, and one of the brightest and most active blazars. The discovery in the Very High Energy band (VHE, E > 100 GeV) by MAGIC happened in 2008. In January 2015, the source went through the brightest optical state ever observed, triggering MAGIC follow-up and a VHE detection with ∼ 13σ significance (ATel ♯6999 ). Rich multiwavelength coverage of the flare allowed us to construct the broad-band spectral energy distribution of S5 0716+714 during its brightest outburst. In this work, we will present the preliminary analysis of MAGIC and Fermi-LAT data of the flaring activity in January and February 2015 for the HE (0.1 < HE < 300 GeV) and VHE band, together with radio (Metsähovi, OVRO, VLBA, Effelsberg), sub-millimeter (SMA), optical (Tuorla, Perkins, Steward, AZT-8+ST7, LX-200, Kanata), X-ray and UV (Swift-XRT and UVOT), in the same time-window and discuss the time variability of the multiwavelength light curves during this impressive outburst.


Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:BL Lacertae objects: individual: S5 0716+714; Galaxies: active; gamma-rays: galaxies
Subjects:Sciences > Physics > Astrophysics
Sciences > Physics > Astronomy
Sciences > Physics > Optics
ID Code:65353
Deposited On:11 May 2021 16:20
Last Modified:11 May 2021 17:57

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