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2019MNRAS.486.5853D 19       D               1 77 ~ Semi-empirical metallicity calibrations based on ultraviolet emission lines of type-2 AGNs. DORS O.L., MONTEIRO A.F., CARDACI M.V., et al.
2018A&A...616L...4M 63       D     X         2 81 ~ The mass-metallicity relation of high-z type-2 active galactic nuclei. MATSUOKA K., NAGAO T., MARCONI A., et al.
2018ApJS..234....7M 18       D               1 299 3 The 3CR Chandra snapshot survey: extragalactic radio sources with 0.5 < z < 1.0. MASSARO F., MISSAGLIA V., STUARDI C., et al.
2018ApJS..235...32S 18       D               1 300 2 The 3CR Chandra snapshot survey: extragalactic radio sources with redshifts between 1 and 1.5. STUARDI C., MISSAGLIA V., MASSARO F., et al.
2016AJ....151...74Y viz 187       D     X         5 92 7 Invisible active galactic nuclei. II. Radio morphologies and five new H I 21cm absorption line detectors. YAN T., STOCKE J.T., DARLING J., et al.
2016MNRAS.462.4183P 656       D     X C       15 13 6 Starbursts and dusty tori in distant 3CR radio galaxies. PODIGACHOSKI P., ROCCA-VOLMERANGE B., BARTHEL P., et al.
2016MNRAS.463..375L 43           X         1 8 2 Gamma-ray burst polarization reduction induced by the Lorentz invariance violation. LIN H.-N., LI X. and CHANG Z.
2015A&A...575A..80P viz 100       D   O   C       4 65 29 Star formation in z > 1 3CR host galaxies as seen by Herschel. PODIGACHOSKI P., BARTHEL P.D., HAAS M., et al.
2015A&A...577A..66M 43           X         1 12 23 Modeling optical and UV polarization of AGNs. III. From uniform-density to clumpy regions. MARIN F., GOOSMANN R.W. and GASKELL C.M.
2015ApJ...806L..11P 17       D               1 28 4 The unification of powerful quasars and radio galaxies and their relation to other massive galaxies. PODIGACHOSKI P., BARTHEL P., HAAS M., et al.
2015ApJS..220....5M 59       D     X         2 39 14 The Chandra survey of extragalactic sources in the 3CR catalog: X-ray emission from nuclei, jets, and hotspots in the Chandra archival observations. MASSARO F., HARRIS D.E., LIUZZO E., et al.
2014ApJ...786...17W viz 16       D               1 426 27 The galaxy cluster mid-infrared luminosity function at 1.3 < z < 3.2. WYLEZALEK D., VERNET J., DE BREUCK C., et al.
2014MNRAS.443.1291D 16       D               1 80 12 Metallicity evolution of AGNs from UV emission lines based on a new index. DORS O.L.Jr, CARDACI M.V., HAGELE G.F., et al.
2013ApJ...769...79W viz 16       D               1 392 89 Galaxy clusters around radio-loud active galactic nuclei at 1.3 < z < 3.2 as seen by Spitzer. WYLEZALEK D., GALAMETZ A., STERN D., et al.
2013ApJS..206....7M 16       D               1 304 13 A Chandra snapshot survey for 3C radio galaxies with redshifts between 0.3 and 0.5. MASSARO F., HARRIS D.E., TREMBLAY G.R., et al.
2012A&A...548A..45D 16       D               1 128 26 Jet and torus orientations in high redshift radio galaxies. DROUART G., DE BREUCK C., VERNET J., et al.
2012AJ....144..124Y 177       D     X         5 86 5 Invisible active galactic nuclei. I. Sample selection and Optical/Near-IR spectral energy distributions. YAN T., STOCKE J.T., DARLING J., 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.
2008MNRAS.390..819G viz 15       D               278 15 The Combined NVSS-FIRST Galaxies (CoNFIG) sample - I. Sample definition, classification and evolution. GENDRE M.A. and WALL J.V.
2007MNRAS.375.1299V 68 26 Lyα excess in high-redshift radio galaxies: a signature of star formation. VILLAR-MARTIN M., HUMPHREY A., DE BREUCK C., et al.
2003AJ....125.1038E 4 7 Near-infrared observations of powerful high-redshift radio galaxies: 4C 40.36 and 4C 39.37. EGAMI E., ARMUS L., NEUGEBAUER G., et al.
2003ApJ...585...90Z 26 40 Massive elliptical galaxies at high redshift: NICMOS imaging of z~1 radio galaxies. ZIRM A.W., DICKINSON M. and DEY A.
2002AJ....123.2321M 17 17 Spatially resolved high-ionization nebulae in a high-redshift radio galaxy: evidence for shock ionization and photoionization. MAXFIELD L., SPINRAD H., STERN D., et al.
2001A&A...366....7V 1 27 127 Radio galaxies at z∼ 2.5: results from Keck spectropolarimetry. VERNET J., FOSBURY R.A.E., VILLAR-MARTIN M., et al.
2001ApJ...547..667K 19 25 Ultraviolet spectropolarimetry of narrow-line radio galaxies. KISHIMOTO M., ANTONUCCI R., CIMATTI A., et al.
2001PASJ...53..459M 7 14 JHK spectra of the z=2.39 radio galaxy 53W002. MOTOHARA K., YAMADA T., IWAMURO F., et al.
2000A&A...362..519D viz 159 82 A statistical study of emission lines from high redshift radio galaxies. DE BREUCK C., ROETTGERING H., MILEY G., et al.
2000AJ....119.2634B 61 31 Emission-line properties of 3CR radio galaxies. III. Origins and implications of the velocity fields. BAUM S.A. and McCARTHY P.J.
1999ApJ...518..167M 13 10 An alignment effect in FR I radio galaxies: u-band polarimetry of the Abell 2597 cluster central galaxy. McNAMARA B.R., JANNUZI B.T., SARAZIN C.L., et al.
1999ApJ...525..659S 110 T K                 5 6 Young stars and nonstellar emission in the aligned radio galaxy
3C 256.
1999PASP..111.1475S 54 57 Search techniques for distant galaxies. (Invited review). STERN D. and SPINRAD H.
1998ApJ...500..660T 17 36 Scattered radiation from obscured quasars in distant radio galaxies. TRAN H.D., COHEN M.H., OGLE P.M., et al.
1997A&A...321L...1B 24 10 Statistical excess of foreground galaxies around high-z radiogalaxies. BENITEZ N., MARTINEZ-GONZALEZ E. and MARTIN-MIRONES J.M.
1997A&A...323...21V 24 49 The ionization mechanism of the extended gas in high redshift radio galaxies: shocks or AGN photoionization? VILLAR-MARTIN M., TADHUNTER C. and CLARK N.
1997ApJ...476..677C 1 11 51 Keck spectropolarimetry of two high-z radio galaxies: discerning the components of the alignment effect. CIMATTI A., DEY A., VAN BREUGEL W., et al.
1997ApJ...484..163R 11 18 The high-redshift radio galaxy MRC 0406-244. RUSH B., McCARTHY P.J., ATHREYA R.M., et al.
1997ApJ...490..698D 4 14 171 Triggered star formation in a massive galaxy at z = 3.8: 4C 41.17. DEY A., VAN BREUGEL W., VACCA W.D., et al.
1997MNRAS.286..241J 286 104 [O III] 500.7 spectroscopy of 3C galaxies and quasars at redshift z > 1. JACKSON N. and RAWLINGS S.
1996A&A...312..751V 17 29 The effects of resonance scattering and dust on the UV line spectrum of radio galaxies. VILLAR-MARTIN M., BINETTE L. and FOSBURY R.A.E.
1996A&AS..120...89B viz 126 20 A 15 years monitoring program at 408MHz. BONDI M., PADRIELLI L., FANTI R., et al.
1996ApJ...465..145C 3 7 73 Keck spatially resolved spectropolarimetry of the distant radio galaxy 3C 324. CIMATTI A., DEY A., VAN BREUGEL W., et al.
1996ApJ...465..157D 111 T K                 11 73 On the origin of the ultraviolet continuum emission from the high-redshift radio galaxy
3C 256.
1996ApJS..106..281M 31 63 Emission-line properties of 3CR radio galaxies. II. Velocity fields in the extended emission lines. McCARTHY P.J., BAUM S.A. and SPINRAD H.
1996MNRAS.282.1483C 23 56 ROSAT observations of distant 3CR radio galaxies. II. CRAWFORD C.S. and FABIAN A.C.
1995AJ....109..935B 5 13 R-band imaging of fields around 1<z<2 radiogalaxies. BENITEZ N., MARTINEZ-GONZALEZ E., GONZALEZ-SERRANO J.I., et al.
1995ApJ...454L.111J 110 T K                 4 29 Detection of extended polarized ultraviolet radiation from the z=1.82 radio galaxy
3C 256.
1995ApJS...99...27M 171 106 Emission-line imaging of 3CR radio galaxies. I. Imaging data. McCARTHY P.J., SPINRAD H. and VAN BREUGEL W.
1995AuJPh..48..143S viz 2213 45 Radio sources observed with the Culgoora circular array. SLEE O.B.
1995MNRAS.273..827C 26 42 ROSAT observations of 3CR radio galaxies. CRAWFORD C.S. and FABIAN A.C.
1995PASJ...47..725I 99 29 Search for high rotation measures in extragalactic radio sources. I. Multi-channel observations at 10 GHz. INOUE M., TABARA H., KATO T., et al.
1994IAUS..159..470J 4 5 Polarized optical and infrared emission from high redshift radio galaxies. JANNUZI B.T.
1993PASP..105.1051M 1 4 13 Distant radio galaxies in the near-IR. McCARTHY P.J.
1992ApJ...386...52M 3 9 96 Infrared imaging of z > 2 radio galaxies. McCARTHY P.J., PERSSON S.E. and WEST S.C.
1992ApJ...386L...9D 6 2 41 Inverse Compton scattering and the alignments observed in high-redshift radio galaxies. DALY R.A.
1992BAAS...24.1163E 71 T                   1 ~ t The protogalaxy candidate 3C 256. EISENHARDT P., DICKINSON M., McCARTHY P., et al.
1991ApJ...371..478M 203 170 Correlated radio and optical asymmetries in powerful radio sources. McCARTHY P.J., VAN BREUGEL W. and KAPAHI V.K.
1991ApJS...75..297H viz 946 113 An optical catalog of extragalactic emission-line objects similar to quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1991C&E...259...34L 4 0 L'univers raconte par les galaxies. LESUEUR D.
1991ComAp..15..343C 18 13 IR properties of high z radio galaxies and the alignment effect. CHOKSHI A. and EISENHARDT P.R.M.
1990Ap&SS.164..131F 30 5 Spatial distribution of antisymmetrically-curved extragalactic radio-jets. FLORIDO E., BATTANER E. and SANCHEZ-SAAVEDRA M.L.
1990ApJ...354L...9C 1 11 52 Stellar absorption features in high-redshift radio galaxies. CHAMBERS K.C. and McCARTHY P.J.
1990ApJ...365..487M 4 5 97 Extended Ly-alpha emission associated with 3C 294. McCARTHY P.J., SPINRAD H., VAN BREUGEL W., et al.
1989ApJ...346L..65L 4 8 A luminous cool component in the protogalaxy candidate 3C 326.1. LILLY S.J. and McLEAN I.S.
1989ApJ...347...87S 16 47 Ly-alpha emission from disk absorption systems at high redshift: star formation in young galaxy disks. SMITH H.E., COHEN R.D., BURNS J.E., et al.
1988ApJ...324L...1L 9 33 Peculiar morphology of the high-redshift radio galaxies 3C 13 and 3C 256 in subarsecond seeing. LE FEVRE O., HAMMER F., NOTTALE L., et al.
1988ApJ...327L..47C 3 5 63 4C 40.36 : a radio galaxy at a redshift of 2.3. CHAMBERS K.C., MILEY G.K. and VAN BREUGEL W.J.M.
1988ApJ...333..161L 5 8 188 Discovery of a radio galaxy at a redshift of 3.395. LILLY S.J.
1987Rech...18..108G 3 0 Une galaxie aux confins de l'univers. GUIDERDONI B.
1986A&AS...65..485R viz 406 21 Spectral flux densities of radio sources at 22 MHz. ROGER R.S., COSTAIN C.H. and STEWART D.I.
1986AJ.....92..247F 1 4 26 Limits on the surface brightness of the 'Lyman alpha disk' absorbers toward the QSOs PHL 957 and MC 1331+170. FOLTZ C.B., CHAFFEE F.H.Jr and WEYMANN R.J.
1986ApJ...300..151L 36 32 New evidence for galaxy luminosity evolution. LEBOFSKY M.J. and EISENHARDT P.R.M.
1986Mercu..15...34D 9 0 Radio galaxies DOWNES A.
1986PASP...98..269S 2 8 73 Faint galaxies and cosmology. SPINRAD H.
1986S&W....25..304J 3 0 Galaxie mit z = 3.2 entdeckt ? JOHANNSMANN D.
1985ApJ...299L...7S 3 3 44 Strong Lyman-alpha emission in three distant radio galaxies. SPINRAD H., FILIPPENKO A.V., WYCKOFF S., et al.
1985PASP...97..932S viz 300 386 A third update of the status of the 3 CR sources: further new redshifts and new identifications of distant galaxies. SPINRAD H., DJORGOVSKI S., MARR J., et al.
1984ApJ...285L..49S 1 13 75 Spectroscopy of extremely distant radio galaxies. SPINRAD H. and DJORGOVSKI S.
1984PASP...96R.795S 4 12 Imaging and spectroscopy of very distant radio galaxies. SPINRAD H. and DJORGOVSKI S.
1983BAAS...15Q.932S 12 0 Spectroscopy of extremely distant radio galaxies. SPINRAD H., DJORGOVSKI S. and MARR J.
1981ApJS...46..239S 266 23 Linear polarization of extragalactic radio sources at 3.71 and 11.1 centimeters. SIMARD-NORMANDIN M., KRONBERG P.P. and BUTTON S.
1981MNRAS.195..245B 56 14 Observations of the structure of 3CR sources at 0.96 GHz. BEDFORD N.H., KERR A.J., MATHUR S.H., et al.
1977AJ.....82...21B 456 21 Variability of extragalactic sources at 2.7 GHz II. Flux densities of 550 sources and further evidence for variations. BRIDLE A.H., KESTEVEN M.J.L. and BRANDIE G.W.
1977ApJS...35..359G 212 31 Optical identification of 664 Ohio sources using accurate radio and optical positions measured by the Texas interferometers. GHIGO F.D.
1976AJ.....81.1084G 212 28 Measurements of the flux densities and spectra of discrete radio sources at centimeter wavelengths. The observations at 14.9 GHz (2 cm). GENZEL R., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., PREUSS E., et al.
1975AJ.....80..335S 1095 38 Positions and flux densities of 1075 radio sources at 365 MHz. SHARP J.R. and BASH F.N.
1975AJ.....80..931V 667 82 26.3-MHz radio source survey. II. Radio source positions and fluxes. VINER M.R. and ERICKSON W.C.
1974AJ.....79.1220C 462 84 Spectra of sources in the NRAO 5000-MHz surveys. CONDON J.J. and JAUNCEY D.L.
1974AJ.....79.1341B 27 9 First results from Texas interferometer: brightness distribution data on 654 discrete sources. BASH F.N., COTTON W.D. and DOUGLAS J.N.
1973AJ.....78....1D 628 61 First results from the Texas interferometer: positions of 605 discrete sources. DOUGLAS J.N., BASH F.N., GHIGO F.D., et al.
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.
1973AJ.....78.1030R 227 114 The low-frequency spectra of nonthermal radio sources. ROGER R.S., BRIDLE A.H. and COSTAIN C.H.
1972A&A....16..379B 162 5 Results of an initial survey structure in radio sources at 81.5 MHz. BURNELL S.J.
1972AJ.....77..797P viz 242 110 The NRAO 5-GHz radio source survey. III. The 140-ft "strong" source survey. PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and KELLERMANN K.I.
1972MNRAS.159..233A 157 58 Precise positions of radio sources measured at 2695 MHz. ADGIE R.L., CROWTHER J.H. and GENT H.
1971A&A....15...11M 190 16 A determination of the luminosity function of radiogalaxies at 400 and 2700 MHz. MERKELIJN J.K.
1970AJ.....75..148W 326 14 A survey of the sky at 610.5 MHz. III. The region between +22 and +27 degrees. WENDKER H.J., DICKEL J.R. and YANG K.S.
1970AJ.....75.1015M 143 26 Precise declinations and optical identifications of selected discrete radio source. MOSELEY G.F., BROOKS C.C. and DOUGLAS J.N.
1970ApJ...162...31K 47 ~ Precise positions of radio sources. II. Optical measurements. KRISTIAN J. and SANDAGE A.
1970ApJ...162..381W 46 76 Precise positions of radio sources. I. Radio measurements. WADE C.M.
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.
1969ApJ...155.1099H 41 41 The structure of quasi-stellar radio sources. HOGG D.E.
1969ApJ...157....1K 314 708 The spectra of radio sources in the revised 3C catalogue. KELLERMANN K.I., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and WILLIAMS P.J.S.
1969MNRAS.146..265W 572 46 Extension of the radio source luminosity function. I. Observations. WINDRAM M.D. and KENDERDINE S.
1969MNRAS.146..361E 75 98 Observations of the structure of radio sources in the 3C catalogue. III. The absolute determination of positions of 78 compact sources. ELSMORE B. and MacKAY C.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.
1968AJ.....73..953P 506 86 Measurements of the flux density and spectra of discrete sources at centimeter wavelengths. II. The observations at 5 GHz (6cm). PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and KELLERMANN K.I.
1968ApJS...16..373B 232 66 Brightness distributions of radio sources at 2695 MHz. BASH F.N.
1968MNRAS.138..393L 146 46 Radio source structure derived from interplanetary scintillation. LITTLE L.T. and HEWISH A.
1967ApJ...150..767C 135 90 New limits on the diameters of radio sources. COHEN M.H., GUNDERMANN E.J. and HARRIS D.E.
1967MNRAS.135..361S 194 13 Further radio studies of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue. STEWART P. and LONG R.J.
1966ApJ...144..459W 328 275 Optical identification of radio sources in the 3C revised catalogue. WYNDHAM J.D.
1966ApJ...144..861V 133 83 Optical positions for radio sources in the 3C revised catalogue. VERON P.
1966ApJ...145...21C 193 62 Radio-source fringe visibilities with an interferometer of 21500-wavelength base line. CLARK B.G. and HOGG D.E.
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.
1966MNRAS.134..371L 261 52 The radio spectra of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue. LONG R.J., SMITH M.A., STEWART P., et al.
1965Obs....85...67C 84 7 Some radio source flux density measurements at 178 Mc/s. CLARKE M.E.
1963MmRAS..68..163B 330 ~ The revised 3C catalogue of radio sources. BENNETT A.S.
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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