Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Volume 35 Issue 3 September 2014 pp 373-378 Part IV: Emission Models and Theory
In the first 3.5 years of operations, Fermi detected several sources whose flaring activity brought them to exceed daily fluxes brighter than 𝐹(𝐸 > 100MeV) > 10-6 ph cm-2 s-1. These episodes were promptly reported to the scientific community by the Fermi collaboration by means of astronomer telegrams (ATels). We focus our attention on the sample composed by these flaring sources, most of which are blazars, known to be extremely variable over the whole electromagnetic spectrum, from radio to 𝛾-ray energies. We study properties of the selected sample and compare them to general characteristics of the Fermi source catalogue.
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