Dynamic SEDs of southern blazars (DSSB)
In this paper I generated Fermi/LAT light curves to find time ranges of statistically constant flux using a Bayesian Blocks algorithm. In the time ranges with sufficient data, I created multiwavelength data. These dynamic SEDs were compared.
Some of the data are available at the CDS. More data are available here:
- Fermi/LAT light curves (ASCII files, 71.7 kiB, zip): 100 MeV – 300 GeV integrated photon flux light curves
- Multiwavelength data (ASCII files, 80.9 kiB, zip): differential energy flux spectra as a function of frequency in Hz. Frequency bins are given with lower and upper bounds. Please note that fitting was done in detector space, so fit results may vary.
- Pivot energies (ASCII file, 2.0 kiB): pivot energies of the parabolas fitted to the SEDs, values given in keV, where first value corresponds to low energy parabola, and second value to high energy parabola.
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Feel free to use this image for non-commerical purposes. A high-res version is available here.