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A Multi-Wavelength Study of X-ray Selected AGN

  • R. J. V. Brissenden (a1), I. R. Tuohy (a1), G. V. Bicknell (a1), R. A. Remillard (a2) and D. A. Schwartz (a3)...

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A sample of Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) have been discovered during a program to identify the optical counterparts of X-ray sources detected by the Modulation Collimator experiment of the High Energy Astronomy Observatory-1 (HEAO-1). UV-excess techniques were used to identify the X-ray sources (Remillard et al. 1986) and the details of the identifications are given elsewhere (Remillard et al. 1988, Brissenden et al. 1988). We report here the preliminary results of a multi-wavelength study of these new AGN.

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A Multi-Wavelength Study of X-ray Selected AGN

  • R. J. V. Brissenden (a1), I. R. Tuohy (a1), G. V. Bicknell (a1), R. A. Remillard (a2) and D. A. Schwartz (a3)...

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