Astronomy and Astrophysics – Astronomy
Gamma Ray, Agn, Quasars
The AGILE satellite, currently in a Cycle-1 pointing centered on the Galactic Center region, during the observing period that started on 2008-03-16 12:00 UT, detected significant gamma-ray emission from a source at approximately 40 degrees off the AGILE pointing direction. The AGILE Quicklook Analysis provides the source positional error box that is centered at Galactic coordinates l = 351.61 deg, b = 40.09 deg, and has a radius of about 0.5 degrees.
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