The International AGN Watch
Current Project Status (updated 2 August 2002)
The International AGN Watch has completed all of
its projects, including the final installment on
a 13-year study of variability of the optical spectrum
of NGC 5548.
We thank everyone who has contributed to the many
AGN Watch projects over the past 14 years.
NGC 5548 Optical Monitoring
We have now completed 13 years of ground-based monitoring,
and the final paper in this series has been accepted for
publication in ApJ. The data are available on this
site and the paper will appear on astro-ph
within the week.
Multiwavelength Monitoring of Akn 564
We have undertaken a large multiwavelength monitoring
program on the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy Akn 564.
This program is now complete and the papers have
been published. Most of the data are now available
on this website.
NGC 4051 X-Ray/Optical Monitoring
During 1996-97, we undertook a program of
joint RXTE (Ian McHardy, PI) and ground-based
optical monitoring of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy
NGC 4051. This project is now complete and the
results have been published. The data are available
on this site.
A paper by Maria Santos-Lleó et al.
describing Infrared Space Observatory (ISO)
and supporting ground-based optical observations of Mrk 279
has now been published. The optical data are available
on this site.
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Updated 2 August 2002