Global 3- and 7-mm VLBI Observations of OJ 287

DOI: 
10.1093/pasj/48.1.37
Publication date: 
01/02/1996
Main author: 
Tateyama, Claudio E.
IAA authors: 
Alberdi, Antonio;Marcaide, Juan M.
Authors: 
Tateyama, Claudio E.;Inoue, Makoto;Krichbaum, Thomas P.;Baath, Lars B.;Kameno, Seiji;Rogers, Alan E. E.;Alberdi, Antonio;Backer, Don C.;Bartel, Norbert;Booth, Roy S.;Burke, Bernard F.;Carlstrom, John E.;Dhawan, Vivek;Dickman, Robert L.;Emerson, Darrel T.;Hirabayashi, Hisashi;Hodges, Mark W.;Graham, David A.;Johnston, Kenneth J.;Kobayashi, Hideyuki;Kus, Andrzej J.;Padin, Stephen;Plambeck, Richard L.;Predmore, C. Read;Quirrenbach, Andreas;Lawrence, Charles R.;Lamb, James;Marcaide, Juan M.;Morimoto, Masaki;Ronnang, Bernt O.;Shapiro, Irwin I.;Spencer, John H.;Witzel, Arno;Woody, David;Wright, Melvyn C. H.
Journal: 
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
Refereed: 
Yes
Publication type: 
Article
Volume: 
48
Pages: 
37-44
Abstract: 
We present new results from global VLBI observations of the highly active blazar OJ 287 at 7 and 3 mm wavelengths. We show the first map of the mas to sub-mas structure of OJ 287 at 43 GHz and discuss this image in the context with models of the source structure seen at 100 GHz.
Database: 
ADS
URL: 
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/#abs/1996PASJ...48...37T/abstract
ADS Bibcode: 
1996PASJ...48...37T
Keywords: 
BL LACERTAE OBJECTS;GALAXIES: ACTIVE;GALAXIES: INDIVIDUAL (OJ 287);RADIO SOURCES: VARIABLE