4C 39.37 , the SIMBAD biblio

4C 39.37 , the SIMBAD biblio (66 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.08.13CEST02:48:30


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2018ApJS..238....9K viz 90           X         2 5 ~ An updated catalog of giant radio sources. KUZMICZ A., JAMROZY M., BRONARSKA K., 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.
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.437.1882R 16       D               2 27 26 Searching for large-scale structures around high-redshift radio galaxies with Herschel. RIGBY E.E., HATCH N.A., ROTTGERING H.J.A., et al.
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.
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 16       D               2 128 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.
2012MNRAS.420.2644K 18       D               1 14 33 New insights on the z-α correlation from complete radio samples. KER L.M., BEST P.N., RIGBY E.E., 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.405..436I viz 16       D               1 814 32 Deep GMRT 150-MHz observations of the LBDS-Lynx region: ultrasteep spectrum radio sources ISHWARA-CHANDRA C.H., SIROTHIA S.K., WADADEKAR Y., et al.
2008A&ARv..15...67M 15       D               2 222 143 Distant radio galaxies and their environments. MILEY G. and DE BREUCK C.
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..705H 63 24 Giant Lyα nebulae around z > 2 radio galaxies: evidence for infall. HUMPHREY A., VILLAR-MARTIN M., FOSBURY R., et al.
2007MNRAS.380..703G 38           X         1 28 4 Superdiscs in radio galaxies: jet-wind interactions. GOPAL-KRISHNA, WIITA P.J. and JOSHI S.
2005A&A...435..863M viz 24 4 Multi-frequency study of the B3VLA sample. IV. 74-MHz flux densities from VLA A-array data. MACK K.-H., VIGOTTI M., GREGORINI L., 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.351..676R 32 9 Submillimetre photometry of typical high-redshift radio quasars. RAWLINGS S., WILLOTT C.J., HILL G.J., et al.
2004MNRAS.353..377R 43 70 Dust and star formation in distant radio galaxies. REULAND M., ROETTGERING H., VAN BREUGEL W., et al.
2004NewAR..48.1157F 1 9 19 Compact radio cores: from the first black holes to the last. FALCKE H., KOERDING E. and NAGAR N.M.
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.
2003PASJ...55..385T 2 10 49 Spectral energy distributions of dusty galaxies. TAKAGI T., VANSEVICIUS V. and ARIMOTO N.
2002BASI...30..743S 9 0 Observations of associated HI absorption in radio galaxies and quasars using GMRT. SWARUP G. and SARKAR A.
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.
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.
2000ApJ...529..189G 36 17 Superdisks in radio galaxies. GOPAL-KRISHNA and WIITA P.J.
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.
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.
1999PASP..111.1176M 39   K                 2 13 A cryogenic integral field spectrograph for the Palomar 200 inch telescope. MURPHY T.W.Jr, MATTHEWS K. and SOIFER B.T.
1998A&AS..132...31N viz 612 24 Kinematical models of double radio sources and the unified scheme. II. The database. NILSSON K.
1998ApJ...492....1K 1 6 28 Reconstructing the spectrum of the pregalactic density field from astronomical data. KASHLINSKY A.
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...313...25V 1 25 82 A powerful radio galaxy at z=3.6 in a giant rotating Lyman α halo. VAN OJIK R., ROETTGERING H.J.A., CARILLI C.L., et al.
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 5 7 Near-infrared spectrophotometry of the radio galaxy 4C 40.36 at z=2.269. IWAMURO F., OYA S., TSUKAMOTO H., et al.
1996MNRAS.279..535M 1 5 21 Dust in high-redshift radio galaxies and the early evolution of spheroidal galaxies. MAZZEI P. and DE ZOTTI G.
1995ApJ...438L..51S 3 4 40 Keck observations of the most distant galaxy : 8C 1435+63 at z = 4.25. SPINRAD H., DEY A. and GRAHAM J.R.
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.
1994A&A...288L..33C 4 5 66 Dust at high z. CHINI R. and KRUEGEL E.
1994AJ....108..828T 31 16 Identifications and spectroscopy of faint radio galaxies from the B3 VLA survey. THOMPSON D., DJORGOVSKI S., VIGOTTI M., et al.
1994MNRAS.271..504L 1 13 66 8C 1435+635: a radio galaxy at z=4.25. LACY M., MILEY G., RAWLINGS S., et al.
1994PASP..106....1T 79 6 Astrophysics in 1993. TRIMBLE V. and LEONARD P.J.T.
1993ApJ...409..578E 6 3 58 An optically luminous radio galaxy at z = 3.22 and the K-z diagram at high redshift. EALES S.A., RAWLINGS S., DICKINSON 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.
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.
1991ApJS...75..297H viz 946 113 An optical catalog of extragalactic emission-line objects similar to quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
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.
1990MNRAS.243p..14R 5 ~ The detection of four high-redshift (0.5< z< 3.22) radiogalaxies by optical spectroscopy of five blank fields. RAWLINGS S., EALES S. and WARREN S.
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...91K 189 73 Statistical properties of radio sources of intermediate strength. KATGERT-MERKELIJN J., LARI C. and PADRIELLI L.
1979A&AS...36..331V 425 8 A study of the 4C catalogue of radio sources between declinations 20 and 40 degres. I. 318 MHz flux density measurements. VERON M.P. and VERON P.
1972A&A....16..379B 162 5 Results of an initial survey structure in radio sources at 81.5 MHz. BURNELL S.J.
1972A&AS....6....1G 357 76 Optical identification of radio-sources selected from the B2 catalogue. GRUEFF G. and VIGOTTI M.
1970AJ.....75..764O 487 125 Optical identification of radio sources selected from the 4C catalogue. OLSEN E.T.
1969MNRAS.146..265W 572 46 Extension of the radio source luminosity function. I. Observations. WINDRAM M.D. and KENDERDINE S.
1967AJ.....72..738O 492 52 Accurate positions of selected 4C sources. OLSEN E.T.
1967MNRAS.135..339W 66 39 Optical identifications of selected 4C radio sources. WILLS D.
1967MNRAS.135..361S 194 13 Further radio studies of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue. STEWART P. and LONG R.J.
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.

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