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FLaapLUC: Fermi-LAT automatic aperture photometry light curve

Postby Ada Coda » Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:47 pm

FLaapLUC: Fermi-LAT automatic aperture photometry light curve

Abstract: Most high energy sources detected with Fermi-LAT are blazars, which are highly variable sources. High cadence long-term monitoring simultaneously at different wavelengths being prohibitive, the study of their transient activities can help shed light on our understanding of these objects. The early detection of such potentially fast transient events is the key for triggering follow-up observations at other wavelengths. FLaapLUC (Fermi-LAT automatic aperture photometry Light C↔Urve) uses the simple aperture photometry approach to effectively detect relative flux variations in a set of predefined sources and alert potential users. Such alerts can then be used to trigger observations of these sources with other facilities. The FLaapLUC pipeline is built on top of the Science Tools provided by the Fermi-LAT collaboration and quickly generates short- or long-term Fermi-LAT light curves.

Credit: Lenain, Jean-Philippe

Site: https://github.com/jlenain/flaapluc

Bibcode: 2017ascl.soft09011L

ID: ascl:1709.011

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