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|Canonical Name:||RGB J0136+391|
|TeVCat Name:||TeV J0136+391|
|R.A.:||01 36 32.5 (hh mm ss)|
|Dec.:||+39 06 00 (dd mm ss)|
|Gal Long: ||132.42 (deg)|
|Gal Lat: ||-22.94 (deg)|
|Flux:|| (Crab Units)|
|Energy Threshold:|| GeV|
|Discovered By: ||MAGIC|
|TeVCat SubCat:||Newly Announced|
- This detection was announced in July 2012 at the Gamma 2012
Heidelberg by Mazin (presentation).
Source position and its uncertainty:
- The source position is taken from NED
- R.A. (J2000): 01 36 32.5
- Dec. (J2000): +39 06 00
- No information on the positional uncertainty is available.
The redshift of this object is unknown
From Paiano et al.
"We found our high signal-to-noise ratio (∼ 200-480) optical spectrum
completely featureless, only allowing to set a lower limit to the
redshift of z > 0.27."
From Nilsson et al.
- a lower limit of z>0.4 has been set by based on the non-detection
of the host galaxy
Seen by: MAGIC
Long-term optical monitoring of TeV emitting blazars. I. Data analysis
Nilsson, K. et al., A&A 620 pA185 (2018) [LINK]
On the redshift of TeV BL Lac objects
Paiano, S. et al., ArXiv e-prints p (2017) [LINK]
Redshift constraints for RGB 0136+391 and PKS 0735+178 from deep optical imaging
Nilsson, K. et al., A&A 547 pA1 (2012) [LINK]
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