ICRF J002225.4+001456 , the SIMBAD biblio

ICRF J002225.4+001456 , the SIMBAD biblio (104 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.03.03CET22:29:48

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2021ApJ...906..127F           X     *   1 30 ~ The broadband counterpart of the short GRB 200522A at z = 0.5536: a luminous kilonova or a collimated outflow with a reverse shock? FONG W., LASKAR T., RASTINEJAD J., et al.
2020ApJ...897..164K 19       D               1 30 ~ Mid-infrared diagnostics of the circumnuclear environments of the youngest radio galaxies. KOSMACZEWSKI E., STAWARZ L., SIEMIGINOWSKA A., et al.
2020ApJ...903..116A           X     *   1 21 ~ Caltech-NRAO Stripe 82 Survey (CNSS). III. The first radio-discovered tidal disruption event, CNSS J0019+00. ANDERSON M.M., MOOLEY K.P., HALLINAN G., et al.
2020MNRAS.491...92L 19       D               2 128 ~ Investigation on young radio AGNs based on SDSS spectroscopy. LIAO M. and GU M.
2020MNRAS.497..482L 19       D               1 91 ~ The X-ray emission in young radio active galactic nuclei. LIAO M., GU M., ZHOU M., et al.
2019MNRAS.483..614Z 18       D           *   1 21 ~ Low-frequency GMRT observations of ultra-cool dwarfs. ZIC A., LYNCH C., MURPHY T., et al.
2018MNRAS.473...59A 61       D     X         2 49 4 A Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope search for associated H I 21 cm absorption in GHz-peaked-spectrum sources. ADITYA J.N.H.S. and KANEKAR N.
2018MNRAS.473.2965M 87               F     2 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.
2017ApJ...849...34O 17       D               4 30 2 Correlation between X-ray and radio absorption in compact radio galaxies. OSTORERO L., MORGANTI R., DIAFERIO A., et al.
2017MNRAS.465.1995M 17       D           *   1 16 2 Modelling the environment around five ultracool dwarfs via the radio domain. METODIEVA Y.T., KUZNETSOV A.A., ANTONOVA A.E., et al.
2016A&A...587L...3C viz 17       D     X     *   2 11 3 HI observations of two new dwarf galaxies: Pisces A and B with the SKA Pathfinder KAT-7. CARIGNAN C., LIBERT Y., LUCERO D.M., et al.
2016A&A...594A..32T viz 17       D           *   1 77 5 The 3XMM/SDSS Stripe 82 Galaxy Cluster Survey. I. Cluster catalogue and discovery of two merging cluster candidates. TAKEY A., DURRET F., MAHMOUD E., et al.
2016AJ....151..154G viz 17       D               1 2386 11 Second epoch VLBA Calibrator Survey observations: VCS-II. GORDON D., JACOBS C., BEASLEY A., et al.
2016ApJ...829....5L viz 17       D               1 537 12 Magnetic field disorder and Faraday effects on the polarization of extragalactic radio sources. LAMEE M., RUDNICK L., FARNES J.S., et al.
2016PASJ...68...20S           X     *   1 10 5 Spatially resolved radio-to-far-infrared SED of the luminous merger remnant NGC 1614 with ALMA and VLA. SAITO T., IONO D., XU C.K., et al.
2015A&A...576A..38B 2           X     *   1 17 45 Pilot study of the radio-emitting AGN population: the emerging new class of FR 0 radio-galaxies. BALDI R.D., CAPETTI A. and GIOVANNINI G.
2015AJ....150...58F viz 16       D               1 3421 104 The second realization of the international celestial reference frame by very long baseline interferometry. FEY A.L., GORDON D., JACOBS C.S., et al.
2014MNRAS.437.3063K 16       D               1 15 13 First X-ray observations of low-power compact steep spectrum sources. KUNERT-BAJrASZEWSKA M., LABIANO A., SIEMIGINOWSKA A., et al.
2013AJ....145...97M 16       D           *   1 30 16 A H I imaging survey of asymptotic giant branch stars. MATTHEWS L.D., LE BERTRE T., GERARD E., et al.
2013MNRAS.428..935H 80           X C   *   8 63 5 Sub-millimetre source identifications and the microjansky source population at 8.4GHz in the William Herschel Deep Field. HEYWOOD I., BIELBY R.M., HILL M.D., et al.
2012ApJ...748..108H 40           X         1 9 14 Constraints on obscured star formation in host galaxies of gamma-ray bursts. HATSUKADE B., HASHIMOTO T., OHTA K., et al.
2012ApJ...755...85M 16       D           *   1 60 62 The optically unbiased GRB host (TOUGH) survey. VI. Radio observations at z ≲ 1 and consistency with typical star-forming galaxies. MICHALOWSKI M.J., KAMBLE A., HJORTH J., et al.
2012ApJ...757..140S 16       D               3 41 12 Accretion properties of high- and low-excitation young radio galaxies. SON D., WOO J.-H., KIM S.C., et al.
2011A&A...527A.126P viz 16       D               1 16769 48 Cross-correlation of the 2XMMi catalogue with Data Release 7 of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. PINEAU F.-X., MOTCH C., CARRERA F., et al.
2011ApJ...736...21S viz 16       D               1 195564 76 An optical catalog of galaxy clusters obtained from an adaptive matched filter finder applied to Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 6. SZABO T., PIERPAOLI E., DONG F., 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...725.1779B 640       D S   X C       15 13 19 The thermally unstable warm neutral medium: key for modeling the interstellar medium. BEGUM A., STANIMIROVIC S.Z., GOSS W.M., et al.
2010MNRAS.408.2256E 16       D               1 61 0 The spectral turnover-linear size relation and the dynamical evolution of compact steep spectrum sources. EZEUGO J.C. and UBACHUKWU A.A.
2009A&A...501...89T 325       D     X C       8 22 21 The X-ray view of giga-hertz peaked spectrum radio galaxies. TENGSTRAND O., GUAINAZZI M., SIEMIGINOWSKA A., et al.
2009A&A...505..385A viz 15       D               1 99836 26 The large quasar reference frame (LQRF). An optical representation of the ICRS. ANDREI A.H., SOUCHAY J., ZACHARIAS N., et al.
2009ARep...53..310T 15       D               3 74 1 Study of compact radio sources using interplanetary scintillations at 111 MHz. Strong gigahertz-peaked spectrum sources. TYUL'BASHEV S.A. and CHERNIKOV P.A.
2009MNRAS.398.1905W 15       D               1 65 25 The black hole mass, Eddington ratio and MBH[Oiii]relation in young radio galaxies. WU Q.
2007A&A...463...97L viz         O           185 32 GPS radio sources: new optical observations and an updated master list. LABIANO A., BARTHEL P.D., O'DEA C.P., et al.
2007A&A...464..879D 15       D               1 37 18 Complete identification of the Parkes half-Jansky sample of GHz peaked spectrum radio galaxies. DE VRIES N., SNELLEN I.A.G., SCHILIZZI R.T., et al.
2007ApJ...668L..67R 2 1 Occultation observation to probe the turbulence scale size in the plasma tail of comet Schwassmann-Wachmann 3-B. ROY N., MANOHARAN P.K. and CHAKRABORTY P.
2006A&A...445..889T 123 24 Constraints on evolutionary properties of GHz Peaked Spectrum galaxies. TINTI S. and DE ZOTTI G.
2005A&A...443..891S 33 58 Extended emission around GPS radio sources. STANGHELLINI C., O'DEA C.P., DALLACASA D., et al.
2005ChJAA...5..563Y 21 2 A composite model for GHz peaked spectra of radio sources. YANG J., LIU X. and SHEN Z.-Q.
2004A&A...424...91E 68 23 New candidate GHz peaked spectrum and compact steep spectrum sources. EDWARDS P.G. and TINGAY S.J.
2003A&A...404..871P 49 57 The presence and distribution of H I absorbing gas in sub-galactic sized radio sources. PIHLSTROEM Y.M., CONWAY J.E. and VERMEULEN R.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.
2003ApJS..145...83W viz 352 2 Interferometric phase calibration sources in the declination range 0° to -30°. WINN J.N., PATNAIK A.R. and WROBEL J.M.
2003MNRAS.342..889S 1 11 26 Fundamental galaxy parameters for radio-loud active galactic nuclei and the black hole-radio power connection. SNELLEN I.A.G., LEHNERT M.D., BREMER M.N., et al.
2002A&A...381...13C 41 3 CCD astrometry of faint compact extragalactic radio sources. III. COSTA E.
2002ApJS..141...13B viz 1502 201 The VLBA calibrator Survey–VCS1. BEASLEY A.J., GORDON D., PECK A.B., et al.
2002MNRAS.337..981S 49 24 A Parkes half-Jansky sample of GHz peaked spectrum galaxies. SNELLEN I.A.G., LEHNERT M.D., BREMER M.N., et al.
2000A&A...362...27J 117 15 Small-scale structures in compact steep-spectrum and GHz-peaked-spectrum radio sources. JEYAKUMAR S., SAIKIA D.J., RAO A.J., et al.
2000MNRAS.319..445S 60 153 On the evolution of young radio-loud AGN. SNELLEN I.A.G., SCHILIZZI R.T., MILEY G.K., et al.
1999MmSAI..70..117S 33 5 Radio variability and polarization of GHz-peaked-spectrum sources. STANGHELLINI C.
1998A&AS..131..303S viz 53 142 A complete sample of GHz-peaked-spectrum radio sources and its radio properties. STANGHELLINI C., O'DEA C.P., DALLACASA D., et al.
1998MNRAS.293..411R 15 28 The peculiar rotation curve of NGC 157. RYDER S.D., ZASOV A.V., McINTYRE V.J., et al.
1996A&AS..120...89B viz 126 20 A 15 years monitoring program at 408MHz. BONDI M., PADRIELLI L., FANTI R., et al.
1995A&AS..113..409S 76 41 Millimeter-wavelength observations of compact steep-spectrum sources. STEPPE H., JEYAKUMAR S., SAIKIA D.J., et al.
1995AJ....110..880J viz 633 136 A radio reference frame. JOHNSTON K.J., FEY A.L., ZACHARIAS N., et al.
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.
1994A&AS..105..211S viz 526 130 The optical identification status of the 1 Jy radio source catalogue. STICKEL M., MEISENHEIMER K. and KUEHR H.
1994AJ....107..385F 124 9 Radio optical reference frame. VI. Additional source positions in the northern hemisphere. FEY A.L., RUSSELL J.L., DE VEGT C., et al.
1993ApJS...88....1S 1 29 94 Optical CCD imaging of GHz-peaked-spectrum radio sources. STANGHELLINI C., O'DEA C.P., BAUM S.A., et al.
1992A&A...264..203G 143 17 Low-frequency variability and the galactic distribution of electron-density fluctuation. GHOSH T. and RAO A.P.
1991ApJ...380...66O 95 218 What are the Gigahertz Peaked-Spectrum radio sources ? O'DEA C.P., BAUM S.A. and STANGHELLINI C.
1991MNRAS.251..330W viz 1195 35 Flux densities at 8400 MHz for a large sample of radiosources. WRIGHT A.E., WARK R.M., TROUP E., et al.
1990A&A...233..379S 18 71 Extended radio emission associated with GHz-peaked-spectrum radiosources. STANGHELLINI C., BAUM S.A., O'DEA C.P., et al.
1990A&AS...84..549O 19 45 Multifrequency VLA observations of GHz-Peaked-Spectrum radio cores. O'DEA C.P., BAUM S.A., STANGHELLINI C., et al.
1989AJ.....98...54J 158 40 Optical identifications of southern compact radio sources. JAUNCEY D.L., SAVAGE A., MORABITO D.D., et al.
1987A&AS...69...23T 84 11 Precise optical positions of strong extragalactic radio sources south of del=+5 deg. TORRES C. and WROBLEWSKI H.
1986ApJS...61....1B viz 108 115 The MIT-Green bank (MG) 5 GHz survey. BENNETT C.L., LAWRENCE C.R., BURKE B.F., et al.
1985A&A...150..129C 50 15 Magneto-ionic content of compact extragalactic radio sources. CARVALHO J.C.
1985AJ.....90.1599P 1228 134 A VLBI survey at 2.29 GHz. PRESTON R.A., MORABITO D.D., WILLIAMS J.G., et al.
1985AJ.....90.2508B 13 24 Optical identifications of six compact double radio sources. BIRETTA J.A., SCHNEIDER D.P. and GUNN J.E.
1984A&A...130..191A 380 75 A catalog of selected compact radio sources for the construction of an extragalactic radio/optical reference frame. ARGUE A.N., DE VEGT C., ELSMORE B., et al.
1984AJ.....89..323G 220 21 The low-frequency spectra of a complete sample of extragalactic radio sources. GREGORINI L., MANTOVANI F., ECKART A., et al.
1984AJ.....89.1327H 1 8 50 A VLBI survey of peaked-spectrum radio sources. HODGES M.W., MUTEL R.L. and PHILLIPS R.B.
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.
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.
1983BAAS...15..648H 9 1 A search for milliarcsecond double radio sources. HODGES M., MUTEL R. and PHILLIPS R.
1980A&AS...41...21G 357 6 Observations at 408 MHz of sources in the ±4 declination strip of the Parkes 2700-MHz survey. GRUEFF G., MACCACARO T. and WALL J.V.
1979AJ.....84....1C 98 63 318-MHz variability of complete samples of extragalactic radio sources. CONDON J.J., LEDDEN J.E., O'DELL S.L., 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.
1978AJ.....83..209S 137 16 Optical identifications of radio sources in the NRAO 5-GHz survey - The 'S2' and 'intermediate' surveys. SHAFFER D.B.
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.
1975A&A....42....1V 165 28 Optical positions of radio sources. III. Measurements on the Palomar sky survey prints. VERON M.P. and VERON P.
1975AJ.....80..335S 1095 38 Positions and flux densities of 1075 radio sources at 365 MHz. SHARP J.R. and BASH F.N.
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.
1974AJ.....79..437C 384 61 Intensity dependent radio spectral distributions in the Parkes 2700-MHz survey. CONDON J.J. and JAUNCEY D.L.
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.
1972ApJ...172..299B 30 33 High-resolution observations of compact radio sources at 13 centimeters. II. BRODERICK J.J., KELLERMANN K.I., SHAFFER D.B., et al.
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.
1971AJ.....76....5F 354 74 Positions of 352 small-diameter radio sources. FOMALONT E.B. and MOFFET A.T.
1971ApJ...169....1K 42 98 High-resolution observations of compact radio sources at 6 and 18 centimeters. KELLERMANN K.I., JAUNCEY D.L., COHEN M.H., et al.
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.
1970AJ.....75..351E 4213 76 The Ohio Survey between 0 and -36 degrees. EHMAN J.R., DIXON R.S. and KRAUS J.D.
1970ApJ...160..337J 12 17 High-resolution radio interferometry at 610 MHz. JAUNCEY D.L., BARE C.C., CLARK B.G., et al.
1970ApJ...161..803K 78 59 High-resolution observations of compact radio sources at 13 centimeters. KELLERMANN K.I., CLARK B.G., JAUNCEY D.L., et al.
1969ARA&A...7..619C 37 38 High-resolution observations of radio sources. COHEN M.H.
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.
1966AuJPh..19..649S 642 54 Accurate positions of 644 radio sources. SHIMMINS A.J., CLARKE M.E. and EKERS R.D.
1966AuJPh..19..837S 631 90 The Parkes catalogue of radio sources. Declination zone 0 to -20. SHIMMINS A.J., DAY G.A., EKERS R.D., et al.
1965AJ.....70..846N 51 8 Some high galactic latitude observations at 600 and 1415 Mc/s. NASH R.T.

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