[VV96] J035721.6+011057 , the SIMBAD biblio

[VV96] J035721.6+011057 , the SIMBAD biblio (25 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.04.22CEST17:19:55

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2012MNRAS.427.2275B 40           X         1 31 54 Heavily reddened quasars at z ∼ 2 in the UKIDSS Large Area Survey: a transitional phase in AGN evolution. BANERJI M., McMAHON R.G., HEWETT P.C., et al.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 16       D               1 168912 373 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108221 545 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2006ApJ...651...84A 7 9 Discovery of Hα absorption in the unusual broad absorption line quasar SDSS J083942.11+380526.3. AOKI K., IWATA I., OHTA K., et al.
2005A&A...443..903Z 4 0 Near infrared imaging of the broad absorption line quasar QSO B0134+3253. ZUTHER J. and ECKART A.
2005MNRAS.358..131G 33 24 X-ray bright optically inactive galaxies in XMM-Newton/Sloan Digital Sky Survey fields: more diluted than absorbed? GEORGANTOPOULOS I. and GEORGAKAKIS A.
2005MNRAS.360..782G viz 63 27 The XMM-Newton Needles in the Haystack Survey: the local X-ray luminosity function of `normal' galaxies. GEORGANTOPOULOS I., GEORGAKAKIS A. and KOULOURIDIS E.
2003ApJ...582..633E 19 18 The ASCA X-ray spectrum of Arp 102B and evaluation of simple models for its associated, metastable Fe II absorber. ERACLEOUS M., HALPERN J.P. and CHARLTON J.C.
2003ApJ...596L..35L 1 7 16 Submillimeter observations of a sample of broad absorption line quasars. LEWIS G.F., CHAPMAN S.C. and KUNCIC Z.
2002ApJ...573L..85G 1 5 15 An FeLoBAL binary quasar. GREGG M.D., BECKER R.H., WHITE R.L., et al.
2001ApJ...558..109G 1 21 122 A Chandra survey of broad absorption line quasars. GREEN P.J., ALDCROFT T.L., MATHUR S., et al.
2000A&A...356L...9L 8 8 Spectropolarimetry of the iron low ionization broad absorption line quasar Q0059-2735. LAMY H. and HUTSEMEKERS D.
2000AJ....120.2220H 81 13 Active galactic nuclei in the CNOC2 field galaxy redshift survey. HALL P.B., YEE H.K.C., LIN H., et al.
2000AJ....120.2859N 12 23 Red quasars and quasar evolution: the case of BAL QSO FIRST J155633.8+351758. NAJITA J., DEY A. and BROTHERTON M.
2000MNRAS.318L..31L 110 T K                 5 2 SCUBA observations of
Hawaii 167.
1999A&A...352..406C 9 8 B1933+503, a dusty radio quasar at z>2. Implications for blank field sub-mm surveys? CHAPMAN S.C., SCOTT D., LEWIS G.F., et al.
1999IAUS..186..475E 6 3 Low-ionization BALQSOS: warm ultraluminous galaxies at high redshifts. EGAMI E.
1998ApJ...504..107B 10 19 An infrared emission-line galaxy at z =2.43. BECKWITH S.V.W., THOMPSON D., MANNUCCI F., et al.
1997ApJ...479L..93B 9 5 137 The first radio-loud broad absorption line QSO and evidence for a hidden population of quasars. BECKER R.H., GREGG M.D., HOOK I.M., et al.
1997ApJ...484L..17H 6 17 The optical/near-infrared colors of broad absorption line quasars, including the candidate radio-loud broad absorption line quasar 1556+3517. HALL P.B., MARTINI P., DEPOY D.L., et al.
1997ApJ...487L.113B 3 5 54 Spectropolarimetry of FIRST broad absorption line quasars. BROTHERTON M.S., TRAN H.D., VAN BREUGEL W., et al.
1996AJ....111.1783Y 4 10 144 A proto-galaxy candidate at z=2.7 discovered by its young stellar population. YEE H.K.C., ELLINGSON E., BECHTOLD J., et al.
1996AJ....112...73E 80 T                   2 48 Hawaii 167 and Q 0059-2735 : Heavily dust-enshrouded young QSOS. EGAMI E., IWAMURO F., MAIHARA T., et al.
1994ApJ...432L..83C 109 T K                 4 32
Hawaii 167 : a compact absorption-line object at z = 2.35.
COWIE L.L., SONGAILA A., HU E.M., et al.
1994ApJS...94..461S viz 304 111 The Hawai K-band survey. III. Spectroscopy of K < 20 galaxies. SONGAILA A., COWIE L.L., HU E.M., et al.

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