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Understanding blazar jets through their multifrequency emission
AIP Conference Proceedings
Being dominated by non-thermal (synchrotron and inverse Compton) emission from a relativistic jet, blazars offer important clues to the structure and radiative processes in extragalactic jets. Crucial information is provided by blazars' spectral energy distributions from radio to gamma-rays (GeV and TeV energies), their trends with bolometric luminosity, and their correlated variability properties. This review is focussed on recent multiwavelength monitorings of confirmed and candidate TeVdoi:10.1063/1.1291340 fatcat:uznt4jq6gzgxnletd4qugiwz6e