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Issue
A&A
Volume 575, March 2015
Article Number A13
Number of page(s) 33
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201424972
Published online 11 February 2015

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Table 4

Gamma-ray spectral characteristics.

Table 5

X-ray characteristics.

Table 6

Swift/UVOT observed average magnitudes (extracted from all the data integrated).

Table 7

Characteristics at radio frequencies (VLBI).

Table 8

Spectral indices (Sννα) at different frequencies.

Table 9

Shortest variability at optical-to-γ ray frequencies.

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Spectral energy distributions of the sources in the present sample. Data are corrected for the Galactic absorption. Points refer to detections; arrows are upper limits; the continuous lines are the optical spectra.

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Spectral energy distributions of the sources in the present sample. Data are corrected for the Galactic absorption. Points refer to detections; arrows are upper limits; the continuous lines are the optical spectra.

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Spectral energy distributions of the sources in the present sample. Data are corrected for the Galactic absorption. Points refer to detections; arrows are upper limits; the continuous lines are the optical spectra.

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Spectral energy distributions of the sources in the present sample. Data are corrected for the Galactic absorption. Points refer to detections; arrows are upper limits; the continuous lines are the optical spectra.

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Spectral energy distributions of the sources in the present sample. Data are corrected for the Galactic absorption. Points refer to detections; arrows are upper limits; the continuous lines are the optical spectra.

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Spectral energy distributions of the sources in the present sample. Data are corrected for the Galactic absorption. Points refer to detections; arrows are upper limits; the continuous lines are the optical spectra.

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