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Catanese, M. and Akerlof, C.W. and Badran, H.M. and Biller, S.D. and Bond, I.H. and Boyle, P.J. and Bradbury, S.M. and Buckley, J.H. and Burdett, A.M. and Bussons Gordo, J. and Carter-Lewis, D.A. and Cawley, Michael F. and Connaughton, V. and Fegan, D.J. and Finley, J.P. and Gaidos, J.A. and Hall, T. and Hillas, A.M. and Krennrich, F. and Lamb, R.C. and Lessard, R.W. and Masterson, C. and McEnery, J.E. and Mohanty, G. and Quinn, J. and Rodgers, A.J. and Rose, H.J. and Samuelson, F.W. and Schubnell, M.S. and Sembroski, G.H. and Srinivasan, R. and Weekes, T.C. and Wilson, C.W. and Zweerink, J. (1998) Discovery of Gamma-Ray Emission above 350 GeV from the BL Lacertae Object 1ES 2344+514. Astrophysical Journal, 501 (616). ISSN 0004-637X

Krennrich, F. and Akerlof, C.W. and Buckley, J.H. and Burdett, A.M. and Carter-Lewis, D.A. and Cawley, Michael F. and Catanese, M. and Connaughton, V. and Fegan, D.J. and Finley, J.P. and Gaidos, J.A. and Lamb, R.C. and Lessard, R.W. and McEnery, J.E. and Mohanty, G. and Quinn, J. and Rodgers, A.J. and Rose, H.J. and Schubnell, M.S. and Sembroski, G.H. and Weekes, T.C. and Wilson, C.W. and Zweerink, J. (1997) Detection of Multi-TeV Emission from Markarian 421. Astrophysical Journal, 481 (758). ISSN 0004-637X

Quinn, J. and Akerlof, C.W. and Biller, S.D. and Buckley, J.H. and Carter-Lewis, D.A. and Cawley, Michael F. and Catanese, M. and Connaughton, V. and Fegan, D.J. and Finley, J.P. and Gaidos, J.A. and Hillas, A.M. and Lamb, R.C. and Krennrich, F. and Lessard, R.W. and McEnery, J.E. and Meyer, D.I. and Mohanty, G. and Rodgers, A.J. and Rose, H.J. and Schubnell, M.S. and Sembroski, G.H. and Weekes, T.C. and Wilson, C.W. and Zweerink, J. (1996) Detection of Gamma Rays with E > 300 GeV from Markarian 501. Astrophysical Journal, 456 (L83). ISSN 0004-637X

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