Facial reconstruction

Search LJMU Research Online

Browse Repository | Browse E-Theses

A search for QPOs in the blazar OJ287: Preliminary results from the 2015/2016 observing campaign

Zola, S, Valtonen, M, Bhatta, G, Goyal, A, Debski, B, Baran, A, Krzesinski, J, Siwak, M, Ciprini, S, Gopakumar, A, Jermak, HE, Nilsson, K, Reichart, D, Matsumoto, K, Sadakane, K, Gazeas, K, Kidger, M, Piirola, V, Alicavus, F, Baliyan, KS , Berdyugin, A, Boyd, D, Campas Torrent, M, Campos, F, Carrillo Gómez, J, Caton, DB, Chavushyan, V, Dalessio, J, Dimitrov, D, Drozdz, M, Er, H, Erdem, A, Escartin Pérez, A, Fallah Ramazani, V, Filippenko, AV, Garcia, F, Gómez Pinilla, F, Gopinathan, M, Haislip, JB, Harmanen, J, Hudec, R, Hurst, G, Ivarsen, KM, Jelinek, M, Joshi, A, Kagitani, M, Kaur, N, Keel, WC, LaCluyze, AP, Lee, BC, Lindfors, E, Lozano de Haro, J, Moore, JP, Mugrauer, M, Naves Nogues, R, Neely, AW, Nelson, RH, Ogloza, W, Okano, S, Pandey, JC, Perri, M, Pihajoki, P, Poyner, G, Provencal, J, Pursimo, T, Raj, A, Reinthal, R, Sadegi, S, Sakanoi, T, Sameer, , González, JLS, Schweyer, T, Soldán Alfaro, FC, Karaman, N, Sonbas, E, Steele, IA, Stocke, JT, Strobl, J, Takalo, LO, Tomov, T, Tremosa Espasa, L, Valdes, JR, Valero Pérez, J, Verrecchia, F, Webb, JR, Yoneda, M, Zejmo, M, Zheng, W, Telting, J and Saario, J (2016) A search for QPOs in the blazar OJ287: Preliminary results from the 2015/2016 observing campaign. Galaxies, 4 (4). ISSN 2075-4434

Full text not available from this repository. Please see publisher or open access link below:
Open Access URL: https://www.mdpi.com/2075-4434/4/4/41 (Published version)

Abstract

We analyse the light curve in the R band of the blazar OJ287, gathered during the 2015/2016 observing season. We did a search for quasi-periodic oscillations (QPOs) using several methods over a wide range of timescales. No statistically significant periods were found in the high-frequency domain both in the ground-based data and in Kepler observations. In the longer-period domain, the Lomb-Scargle periodogram revealed several peaks above the 99% significance level. The longest one-about 95 days-corresponds to the innermost stable circular orbit (ISCO) period of the more massive black hole. The 43-day period could be an alias, or it can be attributed to accretion in the form of a two-armed spiral wave. © 2016 by the authors.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Q Science > QB Astronomy
Q Science > QC Physics
Divisions: Astrophysics Research Institute
Publisher: MDPI
Date Deposited: 26 Mar 2019 09:51
Last Modified: 26 Mar 2019 09:51
DOI or Identification number: 10.3390/galaxies4040041
URI: http://researchonline.ljmu.ac.uk/id/eprint/10408

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item