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Multiwavelength Monitoring Of The Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 Galaxy Arakelian 564. Iii. Optical Observations And The Optical--Uv--X-Ray Connection, O. Shemmer, P. Romano, R. Bertram, W. Brinkmann, S. Collier, K. A. Crowley, E. Detsis, A. V. Filippenko, C. Martin Gaskell, T. A. George, M. Gliozzi, M. E. Hiller, T. L. Jewell, Shai Kaspi, Elizabeth S. Klimek, M. H. Lannon, W D. Li, P. Martini, Smita Mathur, H. Negoro, Hagai Netzer, Iossif Papadakis, Ioannis Papamastorakis, Bradley M. Peterson, Bradley W. Peterson, Richard William Pogge, V. I. Pronik, Kenneth S. Rumstay, S. G. Sergeev, G. M. Stirpe, C. J. Taylor, R. R. Treffers, T. J. Turner, P. Uttley, Marianne Vestergaard, Kaspar Von Braun, R. M. Wagner, Z. Zheng Nov 2001

Multiwavelength Monitoring Of The Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 Galaxy Arakelian 564. Iii. Optical Observations And The Optical--Uv--X-Ray Connection, O. Shemmer, P. Romano, R. Bertram, W. Brinkmann, S. Collier, K. A. Crowley, E. Detsis, A. V. Filippenko, C. Martin Gaskell, T. A. George, M. Gliozzi, M. E. Hiller, T. L. Jewell, Shai Kaspi, Elizabeth S. Klimek, M. H. Lannon, W D. Li, P. Martini, Smita Mathur, H. Negoro, Hagai Netzer, Iossif Papadakis, Ioannis Papamastorakis, Bradley M. Peterson, Bradley W. Peterson, Richard William Pogge, V. I. Pronik, Kenneth S. Rumstay, S. G. Sergeev, G. M. Stirpe, C. J. Taylor, R. R. Treffers, T. J. Turner, P. Uttley, Marianne Vestergaard, Kaspar Von Braun, R. M. Wagner, Z. Zheng

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We present the results of a 2 yr long optical monitoring program of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy Ark 564. The majority of this monitoring project was also covered by X-ray observations (RXT E), and for a period of ~50 days, we observed the galaxy in UV (HST) and X-rays (RXTE and ASCA) simultaneously with the ground-based observations. Rapid and large-amplitude variations seen in the X-ray band, on a daily and hourly timescale, were not detected at optical and UV wavelengths, which in turn exhibited much lower variability either on short (1 day) or long (several months) timescales. The only ...