4C 00.58 , the SIMBAD biblio

4C 00.58 , the SIMBAD biblio (61 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.11.29CET04:11:14


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2019A&A...631A.173B 45         O X         1 7 ~ Multifrequency JVLA observations of the X-shaped radio galaxy in Abell 3670. BRUNO L., GITTI M., ZANICHELLI A., et al.
2019AJ....157..195L 242       D     X         6 31 ~ GMRT low-frequency imaging of an extended sample of X-shaped radio galaxies. LAL D.V., SEBASTIAN B., CHEUNG C.C., et al.
2019ApJ...887..266J 45           X         1 4 ~ X-shaped radio galaxies: optical properties, large-scale environment, and relationship to radio structure. JOSHI R., KRISHNA G., YANG X., et al.
2019ApJS..245...17Y viz 45           X         1 18 ~ Extended catalog of winged or X-shaped radio sources from the FIRST survey. YANG X., JOSHI R., GOPAL-KRISHNA, et al.
2018AJ....155..188L viz 17       D               1 13493 ~ An analysis framework for understanding the origin of nuclear activity in low-power radio galaxies. LIN Y.-T., HUANG H.-J. and CHEN Y.-C.
2017MNRAS.465.4772R 43           X         1 19 6 A candidate dual AGN in a double-peaked emission-line galaxy with precessing radio jets. RUBINUR K., DAS M., KHARB P., et al.
2016A&A...587A..25G 100       D       C       2 57 4 Origin of X-shaped radio-sources: further insights from the properties of their host galaxies. GILLONE M., CAPETTI A. and ROSSI P.
2015ApJ...810L...6R 82             C       1 17 4 The abundance of X-shaped radio sources: implications for the gravitational wave background. ROBERTS D.H., SARIPALLI L. and SUBRAHMANYAN R.
2013MNRAS.436..690S 80           X         2 20 10 B0707-359: a case study of change in AGN-black hole spin axis. SARIPALLI L., MALARECKI J.M., SUBRAHMANYAN R., et al.
2012A&A...544A..36M 175       D     X         5 14 12 Starbursts and black hole masses in X-shaped radio galaxies: signatures of a merger event ? MEZCUA M., CHAVUSHYAN V.H., LOBANOV A.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.
2012ApJ...746..167H 40           X         1 6 8 A Chandra study of the radio galaxy NGC 326: wings, outburst history, and active galactic nucleus feedback. HODGES-KLUCK E.J. and REYNOLDS C.S.
2012MNRAS.422.1546K 40           X         1 12 10 CGCG 292-057 - a radio galaxy with merger-modulated radio activity. KOZIEL-WIERZBOWSKA D., JAMROZY M., ZOLA S., et al.
2012RAA....12..127G 238           X C       5 23 24 On the origin of X-shaped radio galaxies. GOPAL-KRISHNA, BIERMANN P.L., GERGELY L.A., 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.
2011ApJS..197...24M viz 16       D               1 108 24 Large-scale extragalactic jets in the Chandra era. I. Data reduction and analysis. MASSARO F., HARRIS D.E. and CHEUNG C.C.
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...717L..37H 727 T K A     X C F     16 3 15 A deep Chandra observation of the x-shaped radio galaxy
4C +00.58: a candidate for merger-induced reorientation?
HODGES-KLUCK E.J., REYNOLDS C.S., MILLER M.C., et al.
2010ApJ...723.1119L viz 16       D               1 1040 29 On the populations of radio galaxies with extended morphology at z < 0.3. LIN Y.-T., SHEN Y., STRAUSS M.A., et al.
2010MNRAS.408.1103L 133       D     X         4 63 16 The optical spectra of x-shaped radio galaxies. LANDT H., CHEUNG C.C. and HEALEY S.E.
2009ApJS..181..548C viz 15       D               1 53 11 FIRST "Winged" and X-shaped radio source candidates. II. New redshifts. CHEUNG C.C., HEALEY S.E., LANDT H., et al.
2007AJ....133.2097C viz 15       D               1 58 46 FIRST ``Winged'' and X-shaped radio source candidates. CHEUNG C.C.
2003A&A...412...45P viz 15       D               1 956233 675 HYPERLEDA. I. Identification and designation of galaxies. PATUREL G., PETIT C., PRUGNIEL P., et al.
2003ChJAA...3..415Z 74 4 Spectral indices of core and extended components of extragalactic radio sources. ZHANG J.-S. and FAN J.-H.
2002A&A...381..757L viz 493 43 A new list of extra-galactic radio jets. LIU F.K. and ZHANG Y.H.
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.
1999A&AS..134..401J viz 390 6 VLA observations of a 4C equatorial sample. II. JACKSON N., ROLAND J., BREMER M., et al.
1999A&AS..140...89P viz 15       D               1 16700 9 Galaxy coordinates. II. Accurate equatorial coordinates for 17298 galaxies. PATUREL G., PETIT C., PRUGNIEL P., 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.
1997A&AS..122..441C 40 2 Optical astrometry of Benchmark radio sources. IV. New results in the southern hemisphere. COSTA E. and LOYOLA P.
1996A&AS..117..467G viz 22334 19 An image database. II. Catalogue between δ=-0deg and δ=70deg. GARNIER R., PATUREL G., PETIT C., et al.
1995AuJPh..48..143S viz 2213 45 Radio sources observed with the Culgoora circular array. SLEE O.B.
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.
1989AJ.....98...54J 158 40 Optical identifications of southern compact radio sources. JAUNCEY D.L., SAVAGE A., MORABITO D.D., et al.
1988ApJ...327..561W 46 49 Redshifts of southern radio sources. VII. WHITE G.L., JAUNCEY D.L., SAVAGE A., et al.
1988MNRAS.230..131P 210 184 The cluster environments of powerful radio galaxies. PRESTAGE R.M. and PEACOCK J.A.
1985AJ.....90.1599P 1228 134 A VLBI survey at 2.29 GHz. PRESTON R.A., MORABITO D.D., WILLIAMS J.G., et al.
1983AJ.....88.1138M 213 20 Arcsecond positions for milliarcsecond VLBI nuclei of extragalactic radio sources. II. 207 sources. MORABITO D.D., PRESTON R.A. and SLADE M.A.
1981ApJS...45...97S viz 419 281 The Faraday rotation measures of extragalactic radio sources. SIMARD-NORMANDIN M., KRONBERG P.P. and BUTTON S.
1979Ap&SS..64...73B viz 433 31 Decametric survey of discrete sources in the northern sky. V. Source catalogue in the range of declinations 0 to +10. BRAUDE S.Y., MEGN A.V., SOKOLOV K.P., et al.
1978AJ.....83..157S 55 4 An 8085-MHz survey of 0.181 steradian of sky with |b|>10. SEIELSTAD G.A. and EWING M.S.
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.
1975MmRAS..80....1M 340 68 Accurate positions and identifications for a complete sample of 341 radio sources from the Parkes ± 4 degres survey. McEWAN N.J., BROWNE I.W.A. and CROWTHER J.H.
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.
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....1S 68 16 Flux densities of radio galaxies at 8000 MHz. STULL M.A.
1971AJ.....76....5F 354 74 Positions of 352 small-diameter radio sources. FOMALONT E.B. and MOFFET A.T.
1971AJ.....76..970S 61 6 On the spectra of radio galaxies between 10 and 10 000 MHz. STULL M.A.
1971AuJPA..19....1W 797 63 The Parkes 2700 MHz survey catalogues for the ±4 declination zone and for selected regions. WALL J.V., SHIMMINS A.J. and MERKELIJN J.K.
1969AuJPh..22..237M 44 37 Accurate positions and some optical identifications for 255 radio sources between declinations +20 and -33 degres. MERKELIJN J.K.
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.
1968ApJS...15..203F 534 116 The east-west structure of radio sources at 1425 MHz. FOMALONT E.B.
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.
1968MNRAS.141..377M 75 7 Revised spectra for 74 radio sources. MURDOCH H.S. and LARGE M.I.
1968PASP...80....5B 80 26 Accurate positions of identified radio sources. BOLTON J.G.
1967BAN....19..201D 188 61 A 1417 MHz search for radio sources having a flux excess at short wavelengths. DAVIS M.M.
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.
1965AJ.....70..384W 50 70 A search for optical objects associated with 50 radio sources. WYNDHAM J.D.
1964ApJ...140..969K 241 142 The spectra of non-thermal radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I.

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