3C 159 , the SIMBAD biblio

3C 159 , the SIMBAD biblio (47 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.02.26CET20:32:03


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2014ApJS..212...15F viz 16       D               1 24935 42 A broadband polarization catalog of extragalactic radio sources. FARNES J.S., GAENSLER B.M. and CARRETTI E.
2013MNRAS.433.1161A 40           X         1 15 13 The radio structure of 3C 316, a galaxy with double-peaked narrow optical emission lines. AN T., PARAGI Z., FREY S., et al.
2010A&A...511A..53V viz 16       D               1 107466 32 The SPECFIND V2.0 catalogue of radio cross-identifications and spectra. SPECFIND meets the Virtual Observatory. VOLLMER B., GASSMANN B., DERRIERE S., 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.
2009A&A...505..385A viz 15       D               1 99836 26 The large quasar reference frame (LQRF). An optical representation of the ICRS. ANDREI A.H., SOUCHAY J., ZACHARIAS N., et al.
2008ApJS..174..313H viz 15       D               355 15 Radio frequency spectra of 388 bright 74 MHz sources. HELMBOLDT J.F., KASSIM N.E., COHEN A.S., et al.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108221 545 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2003KFNT...19d.291B 186 ~ Decametric survey of discrete sources in the northern sky. XIIIb. Spectra of discrete sources in the declination zone from +30 deg. to 40 deg. BRAUDE S.Y., MIROSHNICHENKO A.P., RASHKOVSKII S.L., et al.
2001AJ....121.2843B viz 6250 74 Quasars in the 2MASS second incremental data release. BARKHOUSE W.A. and HALL P.B.
2000A&AS..143..457J 6 3 VLA polarimetry of two extended radio galaxies. JUNOR W., MANTOVANI F., MORGANTI R., et al.
1999A&AS..135..571Z viz 157 8 Linear polarization measurements of extragalactic radio sources at λ6.3 cm. ZUKOWSKI E.L.H., KRONBERG P.P., FORKERT T., et al.
1998A&AS..132...31N viz 612 24 Kinematical models of double radio sources and the unified scheme. II. The database. NILSSON K.
1996A&AS..120...89B viz 126 20 A 15 years monitoring program at 408MHz. BONDI M., PADRIELLI L., FANTI R., et al.
1994A&AS..103..349S viz 271 56 An update of the optical identification status of the S4 radio source catalogue STICKEL M. and KUEHR H.
1994MNRAS.267..247C 73 T                   1 5 Multifrequency observations of the radio galaxy 3C 159. CERCHIARA P.L., BROWNE I.W.A., MANTOVANI F., et al.
1993MNRAS.260..893R 34 16 Radio variability in a complete sample of extragalactic sources at 151 MHz. RILEY J.M.
1993MNRAS.263...25H viz 56 55 The 6C survey of radio sources. VI. The continuous zone30<delta<51, Oh<alpha<09h05m and 22h<alpha<24h. HALES S.E.G., BALDWIN J.E. and WARNER P.J.
1992AJ....104..546A 12 3 Double emission-line system in the radio galaxy O114+074S. AKUJOR C.E. and JACKSON N.
1991ApJS...75..297H viz 946 113 An optical catalog of extragalactic emission-line objects similar to quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1990MNRAS.246..123M 7 15 The 7C survey of radio sources at 151 MHz: a search for low-frequency variability. McGILCHRIST M.M. and RILEY J.M.
1989AZh....66..480V 117 2 3-meter-wavelength observations of the low-frequency-variable radio sources. VETUKHNOVSKAYA Y.N.
1987A&AS...67...63P 49 46 Multifrequency observations of low frequency variable sources : a statistical analysis. PADRIELLI L., ALLER M.F., ALLER H.D., et al.
1985AJ.....90.1676T 72 T                   1 1 8
3C 159 : a double emission-line radio galaxy.
TYTLER D. and BROWNE I.
1985MNRAS.213..945B 70 T                   1 3 7 The variability and radio structure of
3C 159.
BROWNE I.W.A., MANTOVANI F., MUXLOW T.W.B., et al.
1985PAZh...11..686S 39 1 Slow interstellar scintillations of extragalactic radio sources. SHAPIROVSKAYA N.Y.
1983A&A...118..171F 46 38 The low frequency variability of extragalactic radio sources : discussion of the properties. FANTI C., FANTI R., FICARRA A., et al.
1983PASP...95..842S 284 74 10.8-GHz flux density variations among a complete sample of sources from the NRAO-Bonn S4 survey. SEIELSTAD G.A., PEARSON T.J. and READHEAD A.C.S.
1978AJ.....83..451P 488 148 The 5-GHz strong source surveys. IV. Survey of the area between declination 35 and 70deg and summary of source counts, spectra and optical identifications. PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., WITZEL A., PREUSS E., et al.
1977AJ.....82....1R 196 108 Interferometer observations of radio sources in clusters of galaxies. IV. RUDNICK L. and OWEN F.N.
1975A&A....42....1V 165 28 Optical positions of radio sources. III. Measurements on the Palomar sky survey prints. VERON M.P. and VERON P.
1975AJ.....80..931V 667 82 26.3-MHz radio source survey. II. Radio source positions and fluxes. VINER M.R. and ERICKSON W.C.
1974A&A....34..341H 78 118 Observations of the structure and polarization of intense extragalactic radio sources at 1415 MHz. HOGOM J.A. and CARLSSON I.
1973AJ.....78..828K 500 79 Measurements of the flux density and spectra of discrete radio sources at centimeter wavelengths. IV. The observations at 10.7 GHz (2.8 cm). KELLERMANN K.I. and PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K.
1972AJ.....77..405B viz 573 248 Flux densities, positions, and structures for a complete sample of intense radio sources at 1400 MHz. BRIDLE A.H., DAVIS M.M. and FOMALONT E.B.
1972MNRAS.156....7W 320 34 Fan-beam surveys of radio sources near declinations +28deg and +41deg. WILLSON M.A.G.
1971AJ.....76....5F 354 74 Positions of 352 small-diameter radio sources. FOMALONT E.B. and MOFFET A.T.
1969AJ.....74..366R viz 210 54 Spectral flux densities of radio sources at 22.25 MHz. I. ROGER R.S., COSTAIN C.H. and LACEY J.D.
1968AJ.....73..135G 626 126 Survey of radio sources observed in the continuum near 1420 MHz, declinations -5 to +70. GALT J.A. and KENNEDY J.E.D.
1968AJ.....73..298K 639 89 Measurements of the flux density of discrete radio sources at centimeter wawelengths. I. Observations at 2695 MHz. (11.3cm). KELLERMANN K.I., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and TYLER W.C.
1968ApJS...15..203F 534 116 The east-west structure of radio sources at 1425 MHz. FOMALONT E.B.
1968ApJS...16..373B 232 66 Brightness distributions of radio sources at 2695 MHz. BASH F.N.
1967MNRAS.135..319W 164 33 The radio spectra of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue. II. WILLIAMS P.J.S. and STEWART P.
1966ApJS...13...65P viz 735 198 Positions and flux densities of radio sources. PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., WADE C.M. and HEESCHEN D.S.
1965AJ.....70..756M 244 43 A 610.5 MHz survey of the sky between declinations +40 and +44 degrees. MacLEOD J.M., SWENSON G.W.Jr, YANG K.S., et al.
1964ApJ...140..969K 241 142 The spectra of non-thermal radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I.
1962ApJS....7..141M 172 83 Brightness distribution in discrete radio sources. III. The structure of the sources. MALTBY P. and MOFFET A.T.
1959MmRAS..68...37E viz 474 194 A survey of radio sources at a frequency of 159 Mc/s. EDGE D.O., SHAKESHAFT J.R., McADAM W.B., et al.

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