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East-Asia AGN Workshop 2019
January 21(Mon)-23(Wed), 2019
ASIAA Auditorium, 1st Floor AS/NTU Astronomy-Mathematics Building

Poster Presentation

Photometry monitoring results of highly variable AGNs from SNU AGN Monitoring Project (SAMP)

Author(s): Wanjin Cho (Seoul National University) Jonghak Woo (Seoul National University) SAMP Collaboration

Presenter: Wanjin Cho (Seoul National University)

We present the photometric monitoring results for a sample of highly variable type 1 AGNs, based on our 3-year campaign. The SNU AGN Monitoring Project (SAMP) is a long-term reverberation campaign, aiming for measuring the time lag of broad emission lines and black hole masses of intermediate-to-high luminosity AGNs. Based on the photometry carried out using MDM 1.3m & 2.4m, LOAO 1m, LCOGT 1m, and DOAO 1m telescopes, we present the characteristics of variability and B and V band light curves of a subsample of the most variable AGNs, which are the high priority targets for spectroscopy monitoring.

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