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Towards a new maximum of OJ 287?

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Abstract

The results of a photometric campaign in theB, V, R andI bands of the BL Lac object OJ 287 are presented. The source is found at the same level and spectral slope as in 1991, without any sign forecasting the predicted maximum in August 1994.

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Montagni, F., Maesano, M., Massaro, E. et al. Towards a new maximum of OJ 287?. Astrophys Space Sci 222, 255–257 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00627103

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Keywords

  • Spectral Slope
  • Photometric Campaign