We report on a new method to identify active galactic nuclei (AGN) among unidentified INTEGRAL sources. This method consists of cross-correlating unidentified objects listed in the fourth IBIS survey with infrared (IR) and radio catalogues to look for possible counterparts and then verifying, by means of X-ray and optical follow-up observations, the likelihood of these associations. In particular we discuss here a sample of eight objects, six of which have been possibly identified as AGN.
|Publicación||Proceedings of Science|
|Estado||Publicada - 2011|
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