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Long-term photometry of blazars at Abastumani Observatory

  • Omar M. Kurtanidze (a1), Maria G. Nikolashvili (a1), Givi N. Kimeridze (a1), Lorand A. Sigua (a1), Bidzina Z. Kapanadze (a1) and Roman Z. Ivanidze (a1)...

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We give a brief summary of the ongoing Abastumani Active Galactic Nuclei Monitoring Program started in the May 1997. More than 110000 frames are obtained during more than 1300 nights of observations for about 50 target objects, among them gamma-ray, X-ray and optical blazars. All observations were done in the BVRI bands using ST-6 CCD based photometer attached to the Newtonian focus of 70-cm meniscus telescope.

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