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Proceedings of The 34th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2015)
The LBL AP Librae is a fascinating blazar, since its spectrum contains several features, which are not easy to explain. First, the H.E.S.S. collaboration had announced the detection of VHE γ-ray emission from AP Librae. This implies an unusually broad inverse Compton component, since the X-rays are also inverse Compton dominated. Coupled with the narrow synchrotron component, the standard one-zone model fails to reproduce the spectrum. Secondly, X-ray emission from the extended jet has beendoi:10.22323/1.236.0770 fatcat:4vjnu4fzljdnhdamxxwkwvcg5e