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2021A&A...645A..12B 70       D     X         2 40 ~ The MURALES survey. III. Completing the MUSE observations of 37 3C low-z radio galaxies. BALMAVERDE B., CAPETTI A., MARCONI A., et al.
2021ApJS..252...31J 320       D     X C       6 59 ~ Extended X-ray emission around FR II radio galaxies: hot spots, lobes, and galaxy clusters. JIMENEZ-GALLARDO A., MASSARO F., PAGGI A., et al.
2020MNRAS.493.4355M 19       D               3 52 ~ Radio morphology-accretion mode link in Fanaroff-Riley type II low-excitation radio galaxies. MACCONI D., TORRESI E., GRANDI P., et al.
2019A&A...632A.124B 403           X C F     7 23 ~ The MURALES survey. II. Presentation of MUSE observations of 20 3C low-z radio galaxies and first results. BALMAVERDE B., CAPETTI A., MARCONI A., et al.
2018ApJS..234....7M 17       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 17       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.
2018MNRAS.473.2965M viz 87               F     1 30 6 Interplanetary Scintillation with the Murchison Widefield Array I: a sub-arcsecond survey over 900 deg2 at 79 and 158 MHz. MORGAN J.S., MACQUART J.-P., EKERS R., et al.
2016RAA....16i...4H 17       D               2 107 ~ Correlation between excitation index and Eddington ratio in radio galaxies. HU J.-F., CAO X.-W., CHEN L., et al.
2014ApJ...786....3S 219       D     X         6 111 4 The three-dimensional properties and energetics of radio-jet-driven outflows. SHIH H.-Y. and STOCKTON A.
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.
2013A&A...560A..81B 16       D   O           1 73 12 An optical spectroscopic survey of the 3CR sample of radio galaxies with z < 0.3. V. Implications for the unified model for FR IIs. BALDI R.D., CAPETTI A., BUTTIGLIONE S., 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...545A.143B 175       D     X C       4 69 12 Extended soft X-ray emission in 3CR radio galaxies at z < 0.3: high excitation and broad line galaxies. BALMAVERDE B., CAPETTI A., GRANDI P., et al.
2012ApJ...744...84Y viz 16       D               1 1102 14 On the evolution of the cores of radio sources and their extended radio emission. YUAN Z. and WANG J.
2012ApJS..203...31M 214       D     X C       5 51 26 Chandra observations of 3C radio sources with z < 0.3. II. Completing the snapshot survey. MASSARO F., TREMBLAY G.R., HARRIS D.E., et al.
2011ApJ...734L..34J viz 16       D               1 424 32 New 145 MHz source measurements by PAPER in the southern sky. JACOBS D.C., AGUIRRE J.E., PARSONS A.R., et al.
2010A&A...509A...6B 16       D               1 113 118 An optical spectroscopic survey of the 3CR sample of radio galaxies with z < 0.3. II. Spectroscopic classes and accretion modes in radio-loud AGN. BUTTIGLIONE S., CAPETTI A., CELOTTI A., 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...495.1033B 15       D               3 116 56 An optical spectroscopic survey of the 3CR sample of radio galaxies with z < 0.3. I. Presentation of the data. BUTTIGLIONE S., CAPETTI A., CELOTTI A., et al.
2008A&A...478..321B viz 15       D               156 20 Evidence of a type 1/type 2 dichotomy in the correlation between quasar optical polarization and host-galaxy/extended emission position angles. BORGUET B., HUTSEMEKERS D., LETAWE G., et al.
2008ApJ...679.1047K 73 24 Prevalence of tidal interactions among local Seyfert galaxies. KUO C.-Y., LIM J., TANG Y.-W., 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.
2005A&A...433..841M 33 8 Probing the nuclear obscuration in radio-galaxies with near infrared imaging. MARCHESINI D., CAPETTI A. and CELOTTI A.
2004A&A...421..129S 93 67 ISOCAM survey and dust models of 3CR radio galaxies and quasars. SIEBENMORGEN R., FREUDLING W., KRUEGEL E., et al.
2004A&A...425..825K 195 26 Optical nuclei of radio-loud AGN and the Fanaroff-Riley divide. KHARB P. and SHASTRI P.
2004ApJS..150..181E viz 15       D               110 36 Accurate redshifts and classifications for 110 radio-loud active galactic nuclei. ERACLEOUS M. and HALPERN J.P.
2004MNRAS.351..733M 157 83 A transition in the accretion properties of radio-loud active nuclei. MARCHESINI D., CELOTTI A. and FERRARESE L.
2003ApJ...599..886E viz 112 143 Completion of a survey and detailed study of double-peaked emission lines in radio-loud active galactic nuclei. ERACLEOUS M. and HALPERN J.P.
2002A&A...394...39C 21 41 On the origin of X-shaped radio-sources: New insights from the properties of their host galaxies. CAPETTI A., ZAMFIR S., ROSSI P., et al.
2002A&A...394..791C 75 68 Understanding the nature of FR II optical nuclei: A new diagnostic plane for radio galaxies. CHIABERGE M., CAPETTI A. and CELOTTI A.
2002AJ....124.1239H 85 13 A study of 3CR radio galaxies from z=0.15 to z=0.65. II. Evidence for an evolving radio structure. HARVANEK M. and STOCKE J.T.
2001AJ....121.1927I 88 9 Thermal infrared 3-5 micron colors of obscured and unobscured active galactic nuclei. IMANISHI M.
2001AJ....122.2874H 80 13 A study of 3CR radio galaxies from z=0.15 to z=0.65. I. Evidence for an evolutionary relationship between quasars and radio galaxies. HARVANEK M., ELLINGSON E., STOCKE J.T., et al.
2000AJ....120.2300D 25 32 Hubble space telescope NICMOS observations of the host galaxies of powerful radio sources: does size matter? DE VRIES W.H., O'DEA C.P., BARTHEL P.D., et al.
1999MNRAS.310..223B 184 46 A 98 per cent spectroscopically complete sample of the most powerful equatorial radio sources at 408MHz. BEST P.N., ROETTGERING H.J.A. and LEHNERT M.D.
1998ApJ...503..138D 31 33 Near-infrared imaging of gigahertz peaked spectrum, compact steep spectrum, and large-scale FR II radio galaxies. DE VRIES W.H., O'DEA C.P., PERLMAN E., et al.
1998ApJS..119...25H 17 21 A VLA study of 15 3CR radio galaxies. HARVANEK M. and HARDCASTLE M.J.
1997Ap&SS.253..275F 78 8 The unified scheme of BL Lac objects and the K-band Hubble diagram. FAN J.H., OKUDAIRA A., LIN R.G., 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.
1996ApJS..107..621D 77 141 HST snapshot survey of 3CR radio source counterparts. I. Intermediate redshifts. DE KOFF S., BAUM S.A., SPARKS W.B., et al.
1995ApJ...448..521Z viz 14       D               1 471 160 On the FR I / FR II dichotomy in powerful radio sources : analysis of their emission-line and radio luminosities. ZIRBEL E.L. and BAUM S.A.
1995ApJS...97..347G viz 4380 160 The Parkes-MIT-NRAO (PMN) Surveys. VI. Source Catalog for the Equatorial Survey (-9.5 deg < Dec. < +10.0 deg) GRIFFITH M.R., WRIGHT A.E., BURKE B.F., et al.
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.
1993MNRAS.264..421C 42 103 Optical polarization in distant radio galaxies. CIMATTI A., DI SEREGO ALIGHIERI S., FOSBURY R.A.E., et al.
1992MNRAS.256p..53T 13 ~ The optical polarizations of high- and intermediate-redshift radio galaxies. TADHUNTER C.N., SCARROTT S.M., DRAPER 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.
1990ApJS...73..603T 287 16 Properties of the redshift. I. Data and calibrations. TIFFT W.G.
1989MNRAS.240..129Y 52 136 The cluster environments of powerful, high-redshift radio galaxies. YATES M.G., MILLER L. and PEACOCK J.A.
1988Ap&SS.141..303B 676 71 Catalogue of unambiguous (Faraday-thin, one-component, spectrum-selected) rotation measures for galaxies and quasars. BROTEN N.W., MacLEOD J.M. and VALLEE J.P.
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.
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.
1984AJ.....89.1695A 215 9 Radio emission in isolated and cluster spiral galaxies. ALTSCHULER D.R., GIOVANELLI R. and HAYNES M.P.
1984ApJ...284...33R 148 61 Effects of dust on the infrared emission, selected line ratios, and polarization of Seyfert 1 galaxies, broad-line radio galaxies, and quasars. RUDY R.J.
1983ApJS...51...67L viz 237 24 5 GHz observations of sources in the Arecibo 611 MHz survey. LAWRENCE C.R., BENNETT C.L., GARCIA-BARRETO J.A., et al.
1982AJ.....87..387A 57 26 The short-term radio variability of BL Lacertae objects. ALTSCHULER D.R.
1981ApJS...45...97S viz 419 281 The Faraday rotation measures of extragalactic radio sources. SIMARD-NORMANDIN M., KRONBERG P.P. and BUTTON S.
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.
1979PASJ...31..125S 155 39 Intergalactic magnetic fields and Faraday rotation of extragalactic radio sources. SOFUE Y., FUJIMOTO M. and KAWABATA K.-A.
1978AJ.....83..209S 137 16 Optical identifications of radio sources in the NRAO 5-GHz survey - The 'S2' and 'intermediate' surveys. SHAFFER D.B.
1978Ap&SS..54...37B viz 537 33 Decametric survey of discrete sources in the northern sky. II. Source catalogue in the range of declinations +10 to +20. BRAUDE S.Y., MEGN A.V., RASHKOVSKI S.L., et al.
1977A&AS...30..131V 226 20 A study of the revised 3C catalogue. I. Confusion and resolution. VERON P.
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.....81.1031W 264 52 Optical identifications of radio sources using accurate radio and optical positions. II. WILLS B.J.
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.
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..265P 257 123 The NRAO 5-GHz radio source survey. II. The 140-ft "Strong", "Intermediate", and "Deep" source surveys. PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., KELLERMANN K.I., DAVIS M.M., et al.
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.157..367H 312 61 Accurate positions of radio sources at 408 MHz. HUNSTEAD R.W.
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....11..171W 321 35 A statistically complete sample of radio-sources at 1400 MHz. WITZEL A., VERON P. and VERON M.P.
1971A&A....15...11M 190 16 A determination of the luminosity function of radiogalaxies at 400 and 2700 MHz. MERKELIJN J.K.
1971AJ.....76....5F 354 74 Positions of 352 small-diameter radio sources. FOMALONT E.B. and MOFFET A.T.
1971MNRAS.152..277H 78 69 Optical positions for 87 identified radio sources. HUNSTEAD R.W.
1969AJ.....74..827D 146 22 Flux densities of radio sources at a wavelength of 2.8 cm. DOHERTY L.H., MacLEOD J.M. and PURTON C.R.
1969ApJ...156..815B 156 32 Polarization of discrete sources at 21.2-cm wavelength, and galactic depolarization. BOLOGNA J.M., McCLAIN E.F. and SLOANAKER R.M.
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..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.
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...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.
1968MNRAS.138..393L 146 46 Radio source structure derived from interplanetary scintillation. LITTLE L.T. and HEWISH A.
1968MNRAS.139..289W 373 34 The radio spectra of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue -III. WILLIAMS P.J.S., COLLINS R.A., CASWELL J.L., et al.
1967ApJ...150..767C 135 90 New limits on the diameters of radio sources. COHEN M.H., GUNDERMANN E.J. and HARRIS D.E.
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.
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.
1966AuJPh..19...35D 541 107 The Parkes catalogue of radio sources. Declination zone 0 to +20. DAY G.A., SHIMMINS A.J., EKERS R.D., et al.
1966AuJPh..19..649S 642 54 Accurate positions of 644 radio sources. SHIMMINS A.J., CLARKE M.E. and EKERS R.D.
1966MNRAS.131..503W 138 37 The positions and flux densities of 74 radio sources from the 3C catalogue. WILLS D. and PARKER E.A.
1964ApJ...140..969K 241 142 The spectra of non-thermal radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I.
1963MNRAS.125..261C 161 218 The radio frequency spectra of discrete radio sources. CONWAY R.G., KELLERMANN K.I. and LONG R.J.
1963MmRAS..68..163B 330 ~ The revised 3C catalogue of radio sources. BENNETT A.S.
1962ApJS....7..141M 172 83 Brightness distribution in discrete radio sources. III. The structure of the sources. MALTBY P. and MOFFET A.T.
1962MmRAS..68..163B viz 240 397 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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