Agile AO3 Approved Targets

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J0030+0451 0h 30m 27.35s 4 51' 39.59" 7.614 4.861 113.141 -57.611 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
J0205+6449 2h 5m 37.92s 64 49' 44.39" 31.408 64.829 130.719 3.085 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
J0218+4232 2h 18m 6.24s 42 32' 16.79" 34.526 42.538 139.508 -17.527 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
3C 66A 2h 22m 39.59s 43 2' 9.60" 35.665 43.036 140.143 -16.766 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
AO 0235+16 2h 38m 38.87s 16 36' 57.59" 39.662 16.616 156.771 -39.110 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
WMAP3 J0403-3604 4h 3m 52.79s -36 4' 47.99" 60.970 -36.080 237.737 -48.486 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
JVAS J1640+3946 4h 13m 30.23s 41 25' 26.39" 63.376 41.424 158.603 -7.045 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
WMAP3 J0423-0120 4h 23m 14.40s -1 20' 24.00" 65.810 -1.340 195.284 -33.144 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
PKS 0420-01 4h 23m 15.84s -1 20' 34.79" 65.816 -1.343 195.291 -33.140 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
JVAS J1658+4737 4h 54m 51.35s 38 26' 16.80" 73.714 38.438 166.182 -3.213 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
PKS0521-36 5h 22m 58.8s -36 27' 32.40" 80.742 -36.459 240.608 -32.716 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
J0538+2817 5h 38m 24.95s 28 17' 9.60" 84.604 28.286 179.718 -1.686 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
PKS0537-441 5h 38m 50.39s -44 5' 9.59" 84.710 -44.086 250.083 -31.090 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
JVAS J1638+5720 5h 46m 33.35s 40 21' 39.59" 86.639 40.361 170.305 6.077 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
JVAS J1642+6856 6h 42m 49.44s 36 37' 15.60" 100.706 36.621 178.752 14.191 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
PKS 0735+17 7h 38m 7.44s 17 42' 17.99" 114.531 17.705 201.847 18.071 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
WMAP3 J0854+2005 8h 54m 47.99s 20 6' 35.99" 133.700 20.110 206.809 35.818 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
OJ 287 8h 54m 48.96s 20 6' 32.40" 133.704 20.109 206.812 35.821 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
JVAS J1048+7143 9h 1m 46.79s 42 17' 9.60" 135.445 42.286 179.142 41.406 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
3EG J0903-3531 9h 3m 9.59s -35 31' 48.00" 135.790 -35.530 259.398 7.397 Ettore Del Monte 76 3EG Sources Are highly variable EGRET unidentified sources connected with microquasars? Gamm
GB6J0906+6930 9h 6m 30.71s 69 30' 32.40" 136.628 69.509 144.269 36.892 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
4C 29.45 11h 59m 31.92s 29 14' 45.59" 179.883 29.246 199.411 78.375 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
RX J1211.9+2242 12h 11m 58.55s 22 42' 32.39" 182.994 22.709 237.072 80.026 Volker Beckmann 63 3EG Sources The Gamma-ray bright BL Lac object RX J1211.9+2242
W Comae/ON231 12h 21m 31.68s 28 13' 58.80" 185.382 28.233 201.735 83.288 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
XSSJ12270-4859 12h 27m 54.72s -48 52' 44.39" 186.978 -48.879 298.953 13.811 Domitilla de Martino 70 1FGL Sources The enigmatic high energy gamma ray source XSSJ12270-4859
PKS1454-354 14h 57m 26.63s -35 39' 10.79" 224.361 -35.653 329.894 20.537 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
PKS1502+106 15h 4m 24.96s 10 29' 38.39" 226.104 10.494 11.382 54.581 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
J1530-5327 15h 30m 26.87s -53 27' 57.60" 232.612 -53.466 325.327 2.346 Andrea Possenti 75 Pulsars Searching for gamma-ray pulsars among the Parkes Multibeam surveys' sources
PG1553+11 15h 55m 42.96s 11 11' 23.99" 238.929 11.190 21.909 43.964 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
PKS 0646-306 16h 2m 9.12s -14 6' 28.80" 240.538 -14.108 357.263 28.034 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
1FGL J1614.7-5138c 16h 14m 18.96s -51 49' 8.40" 243.579 -51.819 331.520 -0.580 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
1FGL J1632.9-4802c 16h 32m 54.23s -48 2' 23.99" 248.226 -48.040 336.308 -0.051 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
WMAP3 J1635+3807 16h 35m 14.40s 38 7' 48.00" 248.810 38.130 61.079 42.340 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
4C 38.41 16h 35m 15.59s 38 8' 5.99" 248.815 38.135 61.086 42.336 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
3EG J1638-5155 16h 38m 33.59s -51 55' 12.00" 249.640 -51.920 334.053 -3.337 Ettore Del Monte 76 3EG Sources Are highly variable EGRET unidentified sources connected with microquasars? Gamm
Mkn501 16h 53m 52.8s 39 45' 35.99" 253.467 39.760 63.600 38.860 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
MKN 501 16h 53m 52.31s 39 45' 35.99" 253.468 39.760 63.600 38.859 Stefano Vercellone 65 Active Galactic Nuclei Study of the optical and gamma-ray properties of a blazar sample
1FGL J1702.4-4147c 17h 2m 24.96s -41 47' 9.60" 255.604 -41.786 344.450 0.003 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
1FGL J1729.1-3452c 17h 29m 10.7s -34 52' 40.80" 262.292 -34.878 353.114 -0.243 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
J1740-5340 17h 40m 44.40s -53 40' 40.79" 265.185 -53.678 338.165 -11.966 Andrea Possenti 75 Pulsars Searching for gamma-ray pulsars among the Parkes Multibeam surveys' sources
3EG J1746-1001 17h 46m 0.0s -10 1' 47.99" 266.500 -10.030 16.343 9.638 Ettore Del Monte 76 3EG Sources Are highly variable EGRET unidentified sources connected with microquasars? Gamm
3EG J1812-1316 18h 12m 33.59s -13 16' 11.99" 273.140 -13.270 16.704 2.383 Ettore Del Monte 76 3EG Sources Are highly variable EGRET unidentified sources connected with microquasars? Gamm
3EG J1837-0606 18h 37m 2.39s -6 5' 59.99" 279.260 -6.100 25.864 0.407 Ettore Del Monte 76 3EG Sources Are highly variable EGRET unidentified sources connected with microquasars? Gamm
J1837-0604 18h 37m 43.43s -6 4' 48.00" 279.431 -6.080 25.960 0.265 Andrea Possenti 75 Pulsars Searching for gamma-ray pulsars among the Parkes Multibeam surveys' sources
3EG J1837-0423 18h 38m 0.0s -4 24' 0.00" 279.500 -4.400 27.484 0.975 Riccardo Campana 77 3EG Sources The transient gamma-ray source 3EG J1837-0423
1FGL J1839.1-0543c 18h 39m 6.95s -5 43' 48.00" 279.779 -5.730 26.430 0.118 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
J1843-1113 18h 43m 41.28s -11 13' 29.99" 280.922 -11.225 22.055 -3.397 Andrea Possenti 75 Pulsars Searching for gamma-ray pulsars among the Parkes Multibeam surveys' sources
1FGL J1844.3-0309c 18h 44m 21.59s -3 9' 25.20" 281.090 -3.157 29.316 0.133 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
1FGL J1857.1+0212c 18h 57m 11.3s 2 40' 1.19" 284.296 2.667 35.960 -0.061 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
1FGL J1900.3+0420c 19h 0m 23.75s 4 20' 9.60" 285.099 4.336 37.811 -0.012 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
1FGL J1907.9+0602 19h 7m 54.72s 6 2' 16.80" 286.978 6.038 40.182 -0.894 Fabrizio Lucarelli 78 1FGL Sources AGILE GRID observations of 1FGL sources with unidentified TeV emission within 1
J1908+0734 19h 8m 17.4s 7 34' 15.59" 287.071 7.571 41.585 -0.270 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
J1909-3744 19h 9m 47.28s -37 44' 13.20" 287.447 -37.737 359.731 -19.595 Andrea Possenti 75 Pulsars Searching for gamma-ray pulsars among the Parkes Multibeam surveys' sources
J1913+1011 19h 13m 20.39s 10 11' 23.99" 288.335 10.190 44.485 -0.167 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
WMAP3 J1923-2106 19h 23m 31.19s -21 4' 47.99" 290.880 -21.080 17.173 -16.253 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
J1933-6211 19h 33m 32.39s -62 11' 45.59" 293.385 -62.196 334.431 -28.631 Andrea Possenti 75 Pulsars Searching for gamma-ray pulsars among the Parkes Multibeam surveys' sources
J1944+0907 19h 44m 9.35s 9 7' 22.79" 296.039 9.123 47.160 -7.357 Andrea Possenti 74 Pulsars Investigating the gamma-ray properties of a sample of northern radio pulsars
WMAP3 J1958-3845 19h 58m 0.0s -38 45' 0.00" 299.500 -38.750 1.581 -28.958 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
WMAP3 J2000-1749 20h 0m 57.60s -17 49' 12.00" 300.240 -17.820 24.007 -23.119 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
PKS 2353-686 20h 42m 5.4s -47 58' 8.40" 310.521 -47.969 351.721 -37.976 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
PKS 2142-758 21h 3m 13.20s -36 31' 40.79" 315.805 -36.528 6.825 -41.326 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
PKS 2355-534 21h 20m 44.63s -62 6' 35.99" 320.186 -62.110 332.439 -40.954 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
WMAP3 J2148+0657 21h 48m 4.79s 6 57' 35.99" 327.020 6.960 63.653 -34.070 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
PKS2155-304 21h 58m 52.7s -30 13' 33.59" 329.717 -30.226 17.730 -52.246 Elena Pian 73 Active Galactic Nuclei Multiwavelength Variability of Gamma-Ray-Loud Blazars
PKS 2326-477 22h 22m 54.47s -64 3' 18.00" 335.727 -64.055 325.317 -46.092 Patrizia Romano 64 Active Galactic Nuclei High–energy properties of a sample of gamma-ray blazar candidates with F5GHz>1Jy
WMAP3 J2225-0456 22h 25m 47.99s -4 57' 0.00" 336.450 -4.950 58.963 -48.845 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
WMAP3 J2258-2757 22h 58m 4.79s -27 58' 11.99" 344.520 -27.970 24.392 -64.916 Carlotta Pittori 69 Active Galactic Nuclei Blazar duty cycle from the microwave to gamma-ray slope
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