7C 154712.40+305620.00 , the SIMBAD biblio

7C 154712.40+305620.00 , the SIMBAD biblio (80 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.02.26CET19:51:50


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2018MNRAS.475.5179S 87           X         2 44 1 Spatially offset AGN candidates in the CLASS survey. SKIPPER C.J. and BROWNE I.W.A.
2018MNRAS.476.5075S 17       D               2 103 6 Gravitational lensing reveals extreme dust-obscured star formation in quasar host galaxies. STACEY H.R., McKEAN J.P., ROBERTSON N.C., et al.
2017ApJ...850...94W viz 17       D               1 27 7 A spectroscopic survey of the fields of 28 strong gravitational lenses: implications for H0. WILSON M.L., ZABLUDOFF A.I., KEETON C.R., et al.
2015A&A...575A..44G viz 16       D               1 74 40 The HI absorption ``Zoo''. GEREB K., MACCAGNI F.M., MORGANTI R., et al.
2015ApJS..219...29M viz 387       D     X C       9 10653 13 A spectroscopic survey of the fields of 28 strong gravitational lenses. MOMCHEVA I.G., WILLIAMS K.A., COOL R.J., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.2423Y 16       D               1 126 10 Cosmological test using strong gravitational lensing systems. YUAN C.C. and WANG F.Y.
2014MNRAS.439.2494O 16       D               1 162 55 The stellar and dark matter distributions in elliptical galaxies from the ensemble of strong gravitational lenses. OGURI M., RUSU C.E. and FALCO E.E.
2013ApJ...765...62S viz 16       D               1 409 33 Constraining jet production scenarios by studies of narrow-line radio galaxies. SIKORA M., STASINSKA G., KOZIEL-WIERZBOWSKA D., et al.
2012ApJ...744...90B 79           X         2 27 8 A graphics processing unit-enabled, high-resolution cosmological microlensing parameter survey. BATE N.F. and FLUKE C.J.
2012ApJ...755...31C viz 16       D               2 311 26 Testing the dark energy with gravitational lensing statistics. CAO S., COVONE G. and ZHU Z.-H.
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.
2008MNRAS.384..843M 15       D               1 13 9 Validity of strong lensing statistics for constraints on the galaxy evolution model. MATSUMOTO A. and FUTAMASE T.
2007ApJ...671.1568J 47 58 The baryon fractions and mass-to-light ratios of early-type galaxies. JIANG G. and KOCHANEK C.S.
2006MNRAS.372.1187W 38   K                 17 22 LENSVIEW: software for modelling resolved gravitational lens images. WAYTH R.B. and WEBSTER R.L.
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.
2005ApJ...623..666R 5 12 128 The evolution and structure of early-type field galaxies: a combined statistical analysis of gravitational lenses. RUSIN D. and KOCHANEK C.S.
2004MNRAS.350..167M 10 11 Keck spectroscopy of Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey gravitational lenses. McKEAN J.P., KOOPMANS L.V.E., BROWNE I.W.A., et al.
2003ApJ...587..143R 62 118 The evolution of a mass-selected sample of early-type field galaxies. RUSIN D., KOCHANEK C.S., FALCO E.E., et al.
2003ApJ...595...29R 1 45 118 Self-similar models for the mass profiles of early-type lens galaxies. RUSIN D., KOCHANEK C.S. and KEETON C.R.
2003MNRAS.343..639O 78 60 The redshift distribution of gravitational lenses revisited: constraints on galaxy mass evolution. OFEK E.O., RIX H.-W. and MAOZ D.
2003MNRAS.343L..29T 3 4 28 The redshift of the Einstein ring in MG 1549+305. TREU T. and KOOPMANS L.V.E.
2002A&ARv..10..263C 59 26 Gravitational lensing in quasar samples. CLAESKENS J.-F. and SURDEJ J.
2001ApJ...547...60L 57 16 An efficient search for gravitationally lensed radio lobes. LEHAR J., BUCHALTER A., McMAHON R.G., et al.
2001MNRAS.327..557M 2 6 41 Gravitational lensing in modified Newtonian dynamics. MORTLOCK D.J. and TURNER E.L.
2000ApJ...543..131K 56 152 The fundamental plane of gravitational lens galaxies and the evolution of early-type galaxies in low-density environments. KOCHANEK C.S., FALCO E.E., IMPEY C.D., et al.
2000MNRAS.319..879M 1 3 11 Using galaxy redshift surveys to detect gravitationally lensed quasars. MORTLOCK D.J. and WEBSTER R.L.
1999A&AS..135..571Z viz 157 8 Linear polarization measurements of extragalactic radio sources at λ6.3 cm. ZUKOWSKI E.L.H., KRONBERG P.P., FORKERT T., et al.
1999Ap&SS.263...51M 31 ~ The CASTLES project. MUNOZ J.A., FALCO E.E., KOCHANEK C.S., et al.
1999ApJ...510...42C 1 17 101 New limits on a cosmological constant from statistics of gravitational lensing. CHIBA M. and YOSHII Y.
1999ApJ...516...18R 1 8 47 Constraints on H0 from the central velocity dispersions of lens galaxies. ROMANOWSKY A.J. and KOCHANEK C.S.
1998A&AS..132...31N viz 612 24 Kinematical models of double radio sources and the unified scheme. II. The database. NILSSON K.
1998ApJ...494...47F 206 215 Limits on cosmological models from radio-selected gravitational lenses. FALCO E.E., KOCHANEK C.S. and MUNOZ J.A.
1998ApJ...509..561K 2 27 175 The optical properties of gravitational lens galaxies as a probe of galaxy structure and evolution KEETON C.R., KOCHANEK C.S. and FALCO E.E.
1996AJ....111.1812L 72 T                   5 13 The lensing galaxy in
MG1549+3047.
LEHAR J., COOKE A.J., LAWRENCE C.R., et al.
1996ApJ...466..638K 7 18 378 Is there a cosmological constant? KOCHANEK C.S.
1996FCPh...17....1W 70 30 Gravitational lensing in the Universe. WU X.-P.
1995AJ....110.2570L 1 14 69 MG 0414+0534: a dusty gravitational lens. LAWRENCE C.R., ELSTON R., JANNUZI B.T., et al.
1995AuJPh..48..143S viz 2213 45 Radio sources observed with the Culgoora circular array. SLEE O.B.
1995MNRAS.277..995L 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.
1995S&W....34...24B 23 0 Bilder von Gravitationslinsen. BORGEEST U. and SCHRAMM K.-J.
1994BASI...22..227C 32 0 Sizing up to universe with cosmic illusions. CHITRE S.M.
1994RPPh...57..117R 47 94 Thermometry below 1 K. REFSDAL S. and SURDEJ J.
1993A&AS..101..431B 15 10 Radio galaxies of intermediate strenght. II. VLA observations. BONDI M., GREGORINI L., PADRIELLI L., et al.
1993AJ....105..847L 72 T                   10 46 A gravitational-lensed ring in
MG 1549+3047.
LEHAR J., LANGSTON G.I., SILBER A., et al.
1993ApJ...419...12K 3 13 154 The analysis of gravitational lens surveys. II. Maximum likelihood models and singular potentials. KOCHANEK C.S.
1992A&A...264..203G 143 17 Low-frequency variability and the galactic distribution of electron-density fluctuation. GHOSH T. and RAO A.P.
1992ARA&A..30..311B 3 25 323 Cosmological applications of gravitational lensing. BLANDFORD R.D. and NARAYAN R.
1992ApJ...401..461K 3 6 82 Lensclean: an algorithm for inverting extended, gravitationally lensed with application to the radio ring lens PKS 1830-211. KOCHANEK C.S. and NARAYAN R.
1992BAAS...24.1165L 71 T                   1 ~ The gravitational lens
MG 1549+3047.
LEHAR J., LANGSTON G.I., LAWRENCE C.R., et al.
1992MNRAS.259p..31M 18 ~ Optical rings: a large number of gravitational lenses ? MIRALDA-ESCUDE J. and LEHAR J.
1988A&AS...74..107G 31 25 Radio galaxies of intermediate strength I. VLA observations. GREGORINI L., PADRIELLI L., PARMA P., et al.
1988MNRAS.233...87S 460 50 Cosmic evolution of the physical sizes of extragalactic radio sources and their luminosity-size correlation. SINGAL A.K.
1986MNRAS.219..719S 7 17 Radio observations of extended sources suspected of having steep-spectrum cores. SAIKIA D.J., KULKARNI V.K. and PORCAS R.W.
1984Afz....21...93A 160 5 On the relative orientations of radio source axes and parent elliptical galaxies. ANDREASSIAN R.R.
1983Ap&SS..90..207V 140 12 Are there correlations between radio and optical axes of radio galaxies ? VALTONEN M.J.
1981A&AS...44..241G 67 7 Structure and position measurements at 5 GHz of radiogalaxies selected from the B2 catalog. GRUEFF G., KOTANYI C., SCHIAVO-CAMPO P., et al.
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.
1981MNRAS.196..669W 46 34 Optical and radio properties of 4C galaxies. WILKINSON A., HINE R.G. and SARGENT W.L.W.
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.
1979AJ.....84..437R 67 23 4C radio galaxies: structures and optical identifications. RUDNICK L. and ADAMS M.T.
1979AJ.....84.1111G 89 13 Extended radio sources and elliptical galaxies. III. Optical positions for galaxy centers. GOODSON R.E., PALIMAKA J.J. and BRIDLE A.H.
1977A&AS...27..155C 73 39 Measurements of structure and polarization of 72 sources from the 4C catalogue. CONWAY R.G., BURN B.J. and VALLEE J.P.
1977A&AS...27..171P 72 21 Optical identification of a sample of 4C sources. PADRIELLI L. and CONWAY R.G.
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.
1976AJ.....81.1031W 264 52 Optical identifications of radio sources using accurate radio and optical positions. II. WILLS B.J.
1975AJ.....80..931V 667 82 26.3-MHz radio source survey. II. Radio source positions and fluxes. VINER M.R. and ERICKSON W.C.
1973ApJ...182L..13S 51 69 Redshifts for 51 galaxies identified with radio sources in the 4C catalog. SARGENT W.L.W.
1972A&AS....6....1G 357 76 Optical identification of radio-sources selected from the B2 catalogue. GRUEFF G. and VIGOTTI M.
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.
1971AJ.....76..294D 341 15 A survey of the sky at 610.5 MHz. IV. The region between declinations +27 and +31.5 degrees. DICKEL J.R., WEBBER J.C. and YANG K.S.
1971AJ.....76..530G 226 15 Flux density measurements of optically identified B2 radio sources at 5 GHz. GRUEFF G.
1970AJ.....75..529B 412 13 Declination and flux density measurements of selected 4C sources at 430 MHz. Using the Arecibo 1000-ft reflector. II. BACKER D.C., HAZARD C., JAUNCEY D.L., et al.
1970AJ.....75..764O 487 125 Optical identification of radio sources selected from the 4C catalogue. OLSEN E.T.
1969A&A.....2..477F 136 17 The radiospectra of a homogeneous sample 4C radio sources. FANTI C., FANTI R., LONDRILLO P., et al.
1967AJ.....72..536S 274 55 A High-Sensivity Survey of the North Polar Galactic Region at 1415 MHz. SCHEER D.J. and KRAUS J.D.
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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