4C 39.24 , the SIMBAD biblio

4C 39.24 , the SIMBAD biblio (64 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.08.14CEST18:17:37


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2015A&A...574A..30P 126           X         3 4 7 Multiwavelength study of Cygnus A. V. The hotspots in the lobe. PYRZAS S., STEENBRUGGE K.C. and BLUNDELL K.M.
2015MNRAS.447.3227D 42           X         1 13 4 Exploring the active galactic nuclei population with extreme X-ray-to-optical flux ratios (fx/fo > 50). DELLA CECA R., CARRERA F.J., CACCIANIGA A., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.2318C 17       D               1 39 11 The formation history of massive cluster galaxies as revealed by CARLA. COOKE E.A., HATCH N.A., RETTURA A., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.2438T 84           X         2 11 7 J021659-044920: a relic giant radio galaxy at z ∼ 1.3. TAMHANE P., WADADEKAR Y., BASU A., et al.
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.
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.
2014MNRAS.438.1149G viz 16       D               1 353 45 The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer properties of complete samples of radio-loud active galactic nucleus. GURKAN G., HARDCASTLE M.J. and JARVIS M.J.
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.
2013ApJ...773...92H viz 16       D               1 118 44 An XMM-Newton survey of the soft X-ray background. III. The Galactic halo X-ray emission. HENLEY D.B. and SHELTON R.L.
2013MNRAS.432..200M 81           X         2 26 18 Giant radio galaxies - I. Intergalactic barometers. MALARECKI J.M., STAVELEY-SMITH L., SARIPALLI L., et al.
2012A&A...539A..33M 16       D               1 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 96       D     X         3 128 26 Jet and torus orientations in high redshift radio galaxies. DROUART G., DE BREUCK C., VERNET J., et al.
2012ApJ...749..169G 16       D               1 80 56 The mid-infrared environments of high-redshift radio galaxies. GALAMETZ A., STERN D., DE BREUCK C., et al.
2012ApJ...760..132S 16       D               1 13 6 Inverse Compton X-ray halos around high-z radio galaxies: a feedback mechanism powered by far-infrared starbursts or the cosmic microwave background? SMAIL I., BLUNDELL K.M., LEHMER B.D., et al.
2011AcA....61...71K 24     A               1 7 3 J1145-0033 - The most distant giant radio source? KUZMICZ A., KULIGOWSKA E. and JAMROZY M.
2011MNRAS.412..705B 80           X         2 6 17 The X-ray and radio-emitting plasma lobes of 4C23.56: further evidence of recurrent jet activity and high acceleration energies. BLUNDELL K.M. and FABIAN A.C.
2011MNRAS.413.1107M 40           X         1 19 19 Inverse-Compton ghosts and double-lobed radio sources in the X-ray sky. MOCZ P., FABIAN A.C. and BLUNDELL K.M.
2011MNRAS.417.1576M 1271 T K A D S   X C F     29 7 4 The inverse-Compton ghost HDF 130 and the giant radio galaxy

6C 0905+3955
: matching an analytic model for double-lobed radio source evolution.
MOCZ P., FABIAN A.C., BLUNDELL K.M., 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.
2010MNRAS.401.1500L 79           X         2 7 12 Inverse-Compton X-rays from giant radio galaxies at z ∼ 1. LASKAR T., FABIAN A.C., BLUNDELL K.M., et al.
2010MNRAS.403.2063F viz 39           X         1 66 81 X-ray groups and clusters of galaxies in the Subaru-XMM deep field. FINOGUENOV A., WATSON M.G., TANAKA M., et al.
2009ApJ...695..707G 117           X         3 13 23 A multiwavelength study of the high surface brightness hot spot in PKS 1421-490. GODFREY L.E.H., BICKNELL G.V., LOVELL J.E.J., et al.
2009ApJ...696.1142M 46           X         1 3 44 Spectral evolution of superluminal components in parsec-scale jets. MIMICA P., ALOY M.-A., AGUDO I., et al.
2009BASI...37...63S 39           X         1 38 66 Recurrent activity in active galactic nuclei. SAIKIA D.J. and JAMROZY M.
2009MNRAS.395L..67F 196           X         5 9 20 The extended X-ray emission around HDF130 at z = 1.99: an inverse Compton ghost of a giant radio source in the Chandra Deep Field-North. FABIAN A.C., CHAPMAN S., CASEY C.M., et al.
2008MNRAS.383..525K 39           X         1 20 32 A multifrequency study of giant radio sources - I. Low-frequency Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope observations of selected sources. KONAR C., JAMROZY M., SAIKIA D.J., et al.
2008MNRAS.385.2041C 39           X         1 9 14 SZ effect from radio-galaxy lobes: astrophysical and cosmological relevance. COLAFRANCESCO S.
2008MNRAS.385L.125E 1339 T   A     X C F     32 7 6 The Compton-thick quasar at the heart of the high-redshift giant radio galaxy 6C0905+39. ERLUND M.C., FABIAN A.C., BLUNDELL K.M., et al.
2008MNRAS.386.1774E 1464 T K A     X C F     35 1 19 The inverse Compton X-ray-emitting lobes of the high-redshift giant radio galaxy 6C0905+39. ERLUND M.C., FABIAN A.C. and BLUNDELL K.M.
2007A&A...462...43M 21 36 A method for estimating the dynamical age of FR II-type radio sources from multi-frequency data. MACHALSKI J., CHYZY K.T., STAWARZ L., et al.
2007A&A...463..145T 1 4 9 The inverse Compton catastrophe and high brightness temperature radio sources. TSANG O. and KIRK J.G.
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.376..151J 1 7 17 0.5 Mpc-scale extended X-ray emission in the z = 2.48 radio galaxy 4C 23.56. JOHNSON O., ALMAINI O., BEST P.N., et al.
2007MNRAS.379..498E 38           X         1 13 7 The luminous X-ray hotspot in 4C 74.26: synchrotron or inverse-Compton emission? ERLUND M.C., FABIAN A.C., BLUNDELL K.M., et al.
2006A&A...445..115H 24 5 MAMBO 1.25mm observations of 3CR quasars at z∼1.5: on the debate of the unified schemes. HAAS M., CHINI R., MUELLER S.A.H., et al.
2006AN....327..191C 23 1 Extended X-ray emission from high-redshift radio galaxies. CRAWFORD C.S.
2006ApJ...644L..13B 58   K                 1 41 Discovery of the low-energy cutoff in a powerful giant radio galaxy. BLUNDELL K.M., FABIAN A.C., CRAWFORD C.S., et al.
2006MNRAS.371...29E 2 7 34 Extended inverse-Compton emission from distant, powerful radio galaxies. ERLUND M.C., FABIAN A.C., BLUNDELL K.M., et al.
2005AJ....130.1977H viz 12 6 The FIRST-Optical-VLA survey for lensed radio lobes. HAARSMA D.B., WINN J.N., FALCO E.E., et al.
2005MNRAS.359.1345G 33 13 Implications for unified schemes from submillimetre and far-infrared follow-up of radio-selected samples. GRIMES J.A., RAWLINGS S. and WILLOTT C.J.
2004MNRAS.355..845K 25 23 Radio observations of a few giant sources. KONAR C., SAIKIA D.J., ISHWARA-CHANDRA C.H., et al.
2002MNRAS.331..435W 1 24 51 A submillimetre difference between radio galaxies and radio quasars: evidence for quasar-heated dust and synchronized submillimetre and radio source activity. WILLOTT C.J., RAWLINGS S., ARCHIBALD E.N., et al.
2001MNRAS.322..523R 61 53 A sample of 6C radio sources with virtually complete redshifts - II. Optical spectroscopy. RAWLINGS S., EALES S. and LACY M.
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.
2001MNRAS.327..907J 72 46 On the redshift cut-off for steep-spectrum radio sources. JARVIS M.J., RAWLINGS S., WILLOTT C.J., et al.
1999A&AS..139..359V viz 1047 11 Multi-frequency study of the B3-VLA sample. II. The database. VIGOTTI M., GREGORINI L., KLEIN U., et al.
1999ApJ...511..546T 6 5 How far out must we go to get into the Hubble flow?. TIPLER F.J.
1997MNRAS.291..593E 1 30 139 A first sample of faint radio sources with virtually complete redshifts - I. Infrared images, the Hubble diagram and the alignment effect. EALES S., RAWLINGS S., LAW-GREEN D., et al.
1997PASP..109...78T 176 0 Astrophysics in 1996. (Review paper). TRIMBLE V. and McFADDEN L.A.
1995MNRAS.274..939L 93 30 VLA observations of DRAGNs in the 3CR and 6C/B2 '2-Jy' surveys. LAW-GREEN J.D., LEAHY J.P., ALEXANDER P., et al.
1995MNRAS.277..995L 72 T                   10 19 4C 39.24 : discovery of a 'giant' radio galaxy at z=1.88. LAW-GREEN J.D.B., EALES S.A., LEAHY J.P., et al.
1994A&AS..108...79R viz 1765 94 Samples of ultra-steep spectrum radio sources. ROETTGERING H.J.A., LACY M., MILEY G.K., et al.
1992MNRAS.258..647N 31 17 A sample of 6C sources selected at the peak of the source counts - IV. Further radio observations. NAUNDORF C.E., ALEXANDER P., RILEY J.M., et al.
1990A&AS...82...41K viz 752 14 Spectral index distribution for a sample of sources from the B3 catalogue. KULKARNI V.K., MANTOVANI F. and PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K.
1989AJ.....98..419V viz 1091 95 Structures, spectral indexes, and optical identifications of radio sources selected from the B3 catalogue. VIGOTTI M., GRUEFF G., PERLEY R., et al.
1985MNRAS.217..149E 85 59 A sample of 6C radio sources selected at the peak of the source counts -I. A search for extended sources and multifrequency radio observations. EALES S.A.
1985MNRAS.217..167E 44 18 A sample of 6C sources selected at the peak of the source counts -II. Optical identifications. EALES S.A.
1985MNRAS.217..179E 63 47 A sample of 6C sources selected at the peak of the source counts -III. An investigation of the variation of the sizes of radio sources with cosmic epoch. EALES S.A.
1980A&AS...40..191V 189 5 A study of the 4C catalogue of radio sources, between declinations 20 deg and 40 deg. II - The sample. VERON M.P. and VERON P.
1979A&AS...35..371G 196 21 Optical identification and 5GHz flux measurements of radiosources selected from the B2 catalogue -V. GRUEFF G. and VIGOTTI M.
1970AJ.....75..764O 487 125 Optical identification of radio sources selected from the 4C catalogue. OLSEN E.T.
1967AJ.....72..738O 492 52 Accurate positions of selected 4C sources. OLSEN E.T.

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