1WGA J0533.1+1357 , the SIMBAD biblio

1999A&A...348...63G - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 348, 63-70 (1999/8-1)

The blazar PKS 0528+134: new results from BeppoSAX observations.

GHISELLINI G., COSTAMANTE L., TAGLIAFERRI G., MARASCHI L., CELOTTI A., FOSSATI G., PIAN E., COMASTRI A., DE FRANCESCO G., LANTERI L., RAITERI C.M., SOBRITO G., VILLATA M., GLASS I.S., GRANDI P., PEROLA C. and TREVES A.

Abstract (from CDS):

BeppoSAX observed 8 times the γ-ray bright blazar PKS 0528+134 in Feb. and Mar. 1997, during a multiwavelength campaign involving EGRET, onboard CGRO, and ground based telescopes. The source was in its faintest X-ray state observed so far, with an unabsorbed [2-10]keV flux of 2.5x10–12erg/cm2/s. The spectrum can be fitted with a power law, with energy index αX=0.49±0.07 between 0.1 and 10keV. The high energy instrument PDS detected a flux in the 15-100keV band which appears disconnected from the lower X-ray energies, most likely due to a contaminating source. We consider our findings in the context of the overall spectral energy distribution and discuss their implications for synchrotron and inverse Compton models.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: BL Lacertae objects: general - galaxies: BL Lacertae objects: individual: PKS 0528+134 - X-rays: general

CDS comments: p. 65 : 1WGA J0532.9+134 = 1WGA J0532.9+1345, 1WGA J0533+135 = 1WGA J0533.1+1357

Simbad objects: 3

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