AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
Session 73. AGN: Radio Galaxies, QSO's and Blazars
Display, Wednesday, June 2, 1999, 10:00am-6:30pm, Southeast Exhibit Hall

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[73.12] Multifrequency Observations of BL Lacertae Object A0 0235+164

E.S. Howard (Florida International), J.R. Webb (Florida International), E.M. Benitez (UNAM), T.J. Balonek (Colgate), E. McGrath (Colgate/Vassar), C.R. Shrader (NASA/GSFC), Inst. de Astronomia Team, CGRO/LHEA Team

The BL Lacertae Object A0 0235+164 dramatically increased in brightness on October 20, 1997. This outburst was dectected with the 1 meter SARA (Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy) telescope located at Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO). As a result of our observations, AO 0235+164 was also observed during the outburst by the Rossi X-ray Timing Experiment (RXTE), Foggy Bottom Observatory (Colgate), and University of Michigan 26 meter Radio telescope as a part of a Target of Opportunity (TOO) program. We present here the historical lightcurve A0 0235+164, multifrequency observations and multifrequency spectra collected during the 1997 through 1998 outburst.

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