TANAMI (Tracking Active Galactic Nuclei with Austral Milliarcsecond
Interferometry) is a
multiwavelength program to monitor relativistic jets in
active galactic nuclei (AGN) of the
TANAMI consists of 1) a VLBI core program targeting the parsec-scale structures
of blazars, radio galaxies and other types of AGN, 2) complementary
radio spectral and light-curve monitoring programs with ATCA and
the Ceduna telescope, and 3) higher-energy multiwavelength observations
with REM, Swift,
Fermi/LAT and other telescopes.
TANAMI is monitoring about 90 jets
including many sources
found by Fermi
to be flaring at gamma-rays.