Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy: The 10th Anniversary of the VLBA
ASP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 340
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This review paper discusses the past and present observations of γ-ray blazars with both space and ground-based γ-ray telescopes (such as EGRET and current TeV telescopes), and with the VLBA. I also discuss the more sensitive γ-ray telescopes such as AGILE and GLAST that will become available over the next several years, and how observations with these telescopes, together with improved VLBA observations, can increase our understanding of blazar physics.
Piner, B. G. (2005). Blazars (VLBA & GLAST). Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy: The 10th Anniversary of the VLBA, ASP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 340, 55. Retrieved from https://poetcommons.whittier.edu/phys/57