3C 372 , the SIMBAD biblio

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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.
2015MNRAS.449.3191Y viz 87           X         2 2 6 Infrared colour properties of nearby radio-luminous galaxies. YANG X.-H., CHEN P.-S. and HUANG Y.
2015MNRAS.452.3795C 42           X         1 48 7 Comparison of observed and predicted Lyα and ultraviolet lines in galaxy spectra at redshifts z < 3.7, adopting photoionization + shock composite models. CONTINI M.
2014A&A...566A..53D 16       D               4 71 49 Rapidly growing black holes and host galaxies in the distant Universe from the Herschel Radio Galaxy Evolution Project. DROUART G., DE BREUCK C., VERNET J., 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.442..753H 100       D       C       2 4 6 Extreme CII emission in type 2 quasars at z ∼ 2.5: a signature of κ-distributed electron energies ? HUMPHREY A. and BINETTE L.
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.
2014MNRAS.443.3795R 82           X         2 18 12 Spectroscopy of 7 radio-loud QSOs at 2 < z < 6: giant Lyman α emission nebulae accreting on to host galaxies. ROCHE N., HUMPHREY A. and BINETTE L.
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.
2012A&A...539A..33M 177       D S     C       4 71 27 Overdensities of 24 µm sources in the vicinities of high-redshift radio galaxies. MAYO J.H., VERNET J., DE BREUCK C., 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.
2012ApJ...749..169G 96       D       C       2 80 56 The mid-infrared environments of high-redshift radio galaxies. GALAMETZ A., STERN D., DE BREUCK C., 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.
2010ApJ...725...36D 16       D               4 74 68 The Spitzer high-redshift radio galaxy survey. DE BREUCK C., SEYMOUR N., STERN D., et al.
2009A&A...495..471S 1287     A D     X C       33 3 3 Integral field spectroscopy of two radio galaxies at z ∼ 2.3. SANCHEZ S.F. and HUMPHREY A.
2008A&ARv..15...67M 93       D       C       4 222 143 Distant radio galaxies and their environments. MILEY G. and DE BREUCK C.
2008MNRAS.383...11H 519       D     X         14 18 42 Deep spectroscopy of the FUV-optical emission lines from a sample of radio galaxies at z ∼ 2.5: metallicity and ionization. HUMPHREY A., VILLAR-MARTIN M., VERNET J., et al.
2007ApJS..171..353S 1 69 149 The massive hosts of radio galaxies across cosmic time. SEYMOUR N., STERN D., DE BREUCK C., et al.
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.
2007MNRAS.378..416V 40           X         1 7 32 VIMOS-VLT spectroscopy of the giant Lyα nebulae associated with three z ∼ 2.5 radio galaxies. VILLAR-MARTIN M., SANCHEZ S.F., HUMPHREY A., et al.
2006MNRAS.369.1103H 1 12 27 Jet-gas interactions in z ∼ 2.5 radio galaxies: evolution of the ultraviolet line and continuum emission with radio morphology. HUMPHREY A., VILLAR-MARTIN M., FOSBURY R., et al.
2005AstL...31..221V 41 3 On the photometric redshift estimates for FRII radio galaxies. VERKHODANOV O.V., KOPYLOV A.I., PARIJSKIJ Y.N., et al.
2004MNRAS.353..377R 43 70 Dust and star formation in distant radio galaxies. REULAND M., ROETTGERING H., VAN BREUGEL W., et al.
2003A&A...412...45P viz 15       D               1 956243 675 HYPERLEDA. I. Identification and designation of galaxies. PATUREL G., PETIT C., PRUGNIEL P., et al.
2003AJ....125.1038E 112 T K                 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...598..178I 15 25 Infrared spectroscopy of 15 radio galaxies at 2<z<2.6. IWAMURO F., MOTOHARA K., MAIHARA T., et al.
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.
2003MNRAS.346..273V 2 16 72 Kinematically quiet haloes around z ∼ 2.5 radio galaxies. Keck spectroscopy. VILLAR-MARTIN M., VERNET J., DI SEREGO ALIGHIERI S., et al.
2003NewAR..47..291V 10 4 Giant quiescent haloes associated with high redshift radio galaxies. VILLAR-MARTIN M., VERNET J., DI SEREGO ALIGHIERI S., et al.
2003NewAR..47..299F 15 1 UV/optical properties of /z∼2.5 radio galaxies. FOSBURY R.A.E., VERNET J., VILLAR-MARTIN M., et al.
2002A&A...381..401C 74 T                   10 6 A 327 MHz VLBI study of high redshift radio galaxies 1345+245,
1809+407 and 2349+289.
CAI Z., NAN R., SCHILIZZI R.T., 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...563...63C 38   K                 3 10 Resolved infrared spectroscopy of two high-redshift radio galaxies. CARSON J.E., LARKIN J.E., McLEAN I.S., et al.
2001MNRAS.323..417A 1 47 185 A submillimetre survey of the star formation history of radio galaxies. ARCHIBALD E.N., DUNLOP J.S., HUGHES D.H., et al.
2001PASJ...53..355I 2 5 43 OHS: OH-airglow suppressor for the Subaru Telescope. IWAMURO F., MOTOHARA K., MAIHARA T., 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.
2000A&AS..147..291V 4 8 Interpreting the kinematics of the extended gas in distant radiogalaxies from 8-10 m telescope spectra. VILLAR-MARTIN M., ALONSO-HERRERO A., DI SEREGO ALIGHIERI S., et al.
1999BSAO...48...41V 46 10 Redshifts and age of stellar systems of distant radio galaxies from multicolour photometry data. VERKHODANOV O.V., KOPYLOV A.I., PARIJSKIJ Y.N., et al.
1998ApJ...498..553E 20 18 Near-infrared spectroscopy of powerful radio galaxies at z = 2.2-2.6. EVANS A.S.
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.
1997A&A...326..505R 64 88 Spectroscopy of ultra-steep spectrum radio sources: a sample of z>2 radio galaxies. ROETTGERING H.J.A., VAN OJIK R., MILEY G.K., et al.
1997ApJS..109....1C 1 37 138 Radio continuum imaging of high-redshift radio galaxies. CARILLI C.L., ROETTGERING H.J.A., VAN OJIK R., et al.
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.
1996ApJ...460...68E 36 71 A panoramic view of radio galaxy evolution from a redshift of 0 to a redshift of 4.3. EALES S.A. and RAWLINGS S.
1996ApJ...466L..67I 109 T K                 5 7 Near-infrared spectrophotometry of the radio galaxy
4C 40.36 at z=2.269.
IWAMURO F., OYA S., TSUKAMOTO H., et al.
1996ApJS..106..215C 163 46 Ultra-Steep-Spectrum radio sources. I. 4C Objects. CHAMBERS K.C., MILEY G.K., VAN BREUGEL W.J.M., et al.
1996ApJS..106..247C 64 61 Ultra-Steep-Spectrum radio sources. II. Radio, infrared, optical, and HST imaging of high-redshift 4C objects. CHAMBERS K.C., MILEY G.K., VAN BREUGEL W.J.M., et al.
1993ApJ...411...67E 3 10 113 Infrared spectroscopy of 11 radio galaxies at 2 <z<4 : evidence that some radio galaxies may be protogalaxies. EALES S.A. and RAWLINGS S.
1991ApJS...75..297H viz 946 113 An optical catalog of extragalactic emission-line objects similar to quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1991ApJS...75..801G viz 3427 36 The fourth MIT-Green Bank 5 GHz survey. GRIFFITH M., LANGSTON G., HEFLIN M., et al.
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.
1989AZh....66..710K 4 4 Radio sources with steep spectra and distant galaxies. KOMBERG B.V.
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.
1989Msngr..56...16M 3 5 A study of the most distant radio galaxies. MILEY G., CHAMBERS K., HUNSTEAD R., 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.
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.
1972AJ.....77..625W 493 6 Observations at 750, 1400, and 2700 MHz of radio sources in the Vermilion Observatory survey. WEBBER J.C. and WILLIS A.G.
1969MNRAS.145..181C 562 58 A pencil-beam survey of radio sources at 178 MHz. CASWELL J.L. and CROWTHER J.H.
1967MNRAS.135..319W 164 33 The radio spectra of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue. II. WILLIAMS P.J.S. and STEWART P.
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.
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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