The GLAST-AGILE

Support Program

(GASP)

The GLAST-AGILE Support Program (GASP) was organized within the Whole Earth Blazar Telescope to provide optical-to-radio long-term continuous monitoring of a list of selected gamma-ray-loud blazars during the operation of the AGILE and GLAST satellites.

LIST OF MONITORED SOURCES

Light curves in the Cousins' R band are composed almost in real time (i.e. with about a weekly update), since they have also the function of an alert tool for triggering multifrequency observations.

A dozen telescopes are presently involved in this effort.

With WEBT News 46, dated September 4, 2007, the GASP has officially started its activity.