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2018AJ....155..189D viz 17       D               1 18897 1 The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fibre Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) Quasar Survey: quasar properties from data release two and three. DONG X.Y., WU X.-B., AI Y.L., et al.
2017AJ....154..114O viz 17       D               3 298 12 The second data release of the KODIAQ survey. O'MEARA J.M., LEHNER N., HOWK J.C., et al.
2016AJ....151...24A viz 17       D               1 3922 6 The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope quasar survey: quasar properties from the first data release. AI Y.L., WU X.-B., YANG J., et al.
2016MNRAS.457..405R 44           X         1 7 15 Multi-epoch observations of extremely high-velocity emergent broad absorption. ROGERSON J.A., HALL P.B., RODRIGUEZ HIDALGO P., et al.
2015MNRAS.452..765G viz 16       D               1 1185 8 An independent test of the photometric selection of white dwarf candidates using LAMOST DR3. GENTILE FUSILLO N.P., REBASSA-MANSERGAS A., GANSICKE B.T., et al.
2013ApJ...774...29E 16       D               1 61 11 X-ray absorption of high-redshift quasars. EITAN A. and BEHAR E.
2013ApJ...775...60D 16       D               2 47 42 C IV line-width anomalies: the perils of low signal-to-noise spectra. DENNEY K.D., POGGE R.W., ASSEF R.J., et al.
2013MNRAS.434..222H 40           X         1 52 22 Broad absorption line quasars with redshifted troughs: high-velocity infall or rotationally dominated outflows ? HALL P.B., BRANDT W.N., PETITJEAN P., et al.
2013MNRAS.435..133H 984       D     X C       24 8 47 Extreme-velocity quasar outflows and the role of X-ray shielding. HAMANN F., CHARTAS G., McGRAW S., et al.
2012ApJ...760...68C 80           X         2 11 25 Quenched cold accretion of a large-scale metal-poor filament due to virial shocking in the halo of a massive z = 0.7 galaxy. CHURCHILL C.W., KACPRZAK G.G., STEIDEL C.C., et al.
2011A&A...525A..51B 39           X         1 49 26 Incidence of Mg II absorbers towards blazars and the GRB/QSO puzzle. BERGERON J., BOISSE P. and MENARD B.
2011MNRAS.411..247R 88           X         2 2 39 The extremely high velocity outflow in quasar PG0935+417. RODRIGUEZ HIDALGO P., HAMANN F. and HALL P.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 16       D               1 168912 373 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2010A&A...520L...7H 16       D               1 44 20 Optical circular polarization in quasars. HUTSEMEKERS D., BORGUET B., SLUSE D., et al.
2010ApJ...708..868C viz 55       D     X         2 70 45 The last eight-billion years of intergalactic C IV evolution. COOKSEY K.L., THOM C., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2009A&A...495..421B viz 15       D               160 91 CAIXA: a catalogue of AGN in the XMM-Newton archive. I. Spectral analysis. BIANCHI S., GUAINAZZI M., MATT G., 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.
2009ApJ...696.1998D 94       D         F     9 16 34 Black hole masses of intermediate-redshift quasars: near-infrared spectroscopy. DIETRICH M., MATHUR S., GRUPE D., et al.
2009MNRAS.397..265S 15       D               1 129 33 The evolution of star formation in quasar host galaxies. SERJEANT S. and HATZIMINAOGLOU E.
2009MNRAS.400.1493K viz 15       D               1 113 6 Probing re-ionization with quasar spectra: the impact of the intrinsic Lyman α emission line shape uncertainty. KRAMER R.H. and HAIMAN Z.
2008ApJ...672..102G 162           X C       3 6 107 On the fraction of quasars with outflows. GANGULY R. and BROTHERTON M.S.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108222 545 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2006MNRAS.367.1261M viz 703 14 The association between gas and galaxies - I. CFHT spectroscopy and pair analysis. MORRIS S.L. and JANNUZI B.T.
2005A&A...432...15P 2 46 237 The XMM-Newton view of PG quasars. I. X-ray continuum and absorption. PICONCELLI E., JIMENEZ-BAILON E., GUAINAZZI M., et al.
2005A&A...435..449J 45 65 The XMM-Newton view of PG quasars. II. Properties of the Fe Kα line. JIMENEZ-BAILON E., PICONCELLI E., GUAINAZZI M., et al.
2005ApJ...629..115M 1 13 33 Time-variable complex metal absorption lines in the quasar HS 1603+3820. MISAWA T., ERACLEOUS M., CHARLTON J.C., et al.
2005MNRAS.360.1455B 40 17 Unusual high-redshift radio broad absorption-line quasar 1624+3758. BENN C.R., CARBALLO R., HOLT J., et al.
2004A&A...413..827L 31 6 The broad OVI absorber at z=3.02 toward CTQ 325. LEVSHAKOV S.A., D'ODORICO S., AGAFONOVA I.I., et al.
2004ApJ...601..715N 28 48 Variability tests for intrinsic absorption lines in quasar spectra. NARAYANAN D., HAMANN F., BARLOW T., et al.
2004ApJS..150..165K viz 186 25 Emission line properties of active galactic nuclei from a Post-COSTAR Hubble Space Telescope faint object spectrograph spectral atlas. KURASZKIEWICZ J.K., GREEN P.J., CRENSHAW D.M., et al.
2004ApJS..150..343E viz 254 8 A uniform database of 2.2-16.5 µm spectra from the ISOCAM CVF spectrometer. ENGELKE C.W., KRAEMER K.E. and PRICE S.D.
2003A&A...412..707R viz 3410 11 A catalogue of absorption-line systems in QSO spectra. RYABINKOV A.I., KAMINKER A.D. and VARSHALOVICH D.A.
2003ApJ...590...66S 115 T K                 1 7 The nature of the ultraviolet/X-ray absorber in
PG 2302+029.
2003MNRAS.346.1103P viz 769 169 The evolution of ΩHIand the epoch of formation of damped Lyman α absorbers. PEROUX C., McMAHON R.G., STORRIE-LOMBARDI L.J., et al.
2002ApJ...571..654D 167 15 A uniform analysis of the Lyα forest at z = 0-5. IV. The clustering and evolution of clouds at z ≤ 1.7. DOBRZYCKI A., BECHTOLD J., SCOTT J., et al.
2002ApJS..140..143B viz 335 47 A uniform analysis of the Lyα forest at z = 0-5. III. Hubble Space Telescope faint object spectrograph spectral atlas. BECHTOLD J., DOBRZYCKI A., WILDEN B., et al.
2002ApJS..140..331L viz 722 47 A very sensitive 21 centimeter survey for galactic high-velocity H I. LOCKMAN F.J., MURPHY E.M., PETTY-POWELL S., et al.
2002MNRAS.335..555K viz 1 35 108 The physical properties of the Lyα forest at z > 1.5 . KIM T.-S., CARSWELL R.F., CRISTIANI S., et al.
2002MNRAS.337..677R 55 59 A Chandra observation of the interacting pair of galaxies NGC 4485/4490. ROBERTS T.P., WARWICK R.S., WARD M.J., et al.
2001ApJ...547...39B 111 T K                 65 3 Where are the absorbers toward
2001ApJ...549..133G 62 70 On the origin of intrinsic narrow absorption lines in z≲1 QSOs. GANGULY R., BOND N.A., CHARLTON J.C., et al.
2001ApJ...553L.101G 16 8 The absorbers toward CSO 118: superclustering at z∼3, or an intrinsic absorption complex? GANGULY R., CHARLTON J.C. and BOND N.A.
2001ApJS..136..463W viz 447 212 Distances and metallicities of high- and intermediate-velocity clouds. WAKKER B.P.
2000ApJ...543..552S viz 727 217 Surveys for z>3 damped Lyα absorption systems: the evolution of neutral gas. STORRIE-LOMBARDI L.J. and WOLFE A.M.
2000ApJS..129..563S 85 41 The Hubble space telescope quasar absorption line key project. XV. Milky Way absorption lines. SAVAGE B.D., WAKKER B., JANNUZI B.T., et al.
1999AJ....118...35N 39 30 Variability of quasars at 10 microns. NEUGEBAUER G. and MATTHEWS K.
1999ApJ...513..576R 3 6 67 Determining the fraction of intrinsic C IV absorption in quasi-stellar object absorption-line systems. RICHARDS G.T., YORK D.G., YANNY B., et al.
1999MNRAS.309..803G 53 33 Optical monitoring of quasars - I. Variability. GARCIA A., SODRE L., JABLONSKI F.J., et al.
1998A&AS..129..445R 25 18 A search for rapid optical variability in radio-quiet quasars. RABBETTE M., McBREEN B., SMITH N., et al.
1998AJ....116.2644O 158 28 The Hubble space telescope medium deep survey cluster sample: methodology and data. OSTRANDER E.J., NICHOL R.C., RATNATUNGA K.U., et al.
1998ApJ...506....1W 65 144 The Hubble space telescope quasar absorption line key project. XIV. The evolution of Lyα absorption lines in the redshift interval z = 0-1.5. WEYMANN R.J., JANNUZI B.T., LU L., et al.
1998ApJS..118....1J 65 134 The Hubble space telescope quasar absorption line key project. XIII. A census of absorption-line systems at low redshift. JANNUZI B.T., BAHCALL J.N., BERGERON J., et al.
1997ApJ...483..717W 4 5 62 GHRS monitoring of the outflowing material in NGC 4151. WEYMANN R.J., MORRIS S.L., GRAY M.E., et al.
1997ApJS..109..279H 3 11 124 Metal abundances and ionization in quasar intrinsic absorbers. HAMANN F.
1997PASP..109...39R 57 10 Quasar photometry with the SDSS monitor telescope. RICHARDS G.T., YANNY B., ANNIS J., et al.
1996AJ....111..645F viz 164 6 Optical morphology of bright quasars on images taken with 1.2 m Schmidt cameras. FABIAN D. and USHER P.D.
1996ApJ...463..466D 39 70 The variability of quasars. II. Frequency dependence. DI CLEMENTE A., GIALLONGO E., NATALI G., et al.
1996ApJ...463..473I 3 3 30 Spectroscopy of bright quasars with the Hubble Space Telescope and Lyman-alpha absorption lines in the redshift range 0.5 < z < 1.7. IMPEY C.D., PETRY C.E., MALKAN M.A., et al.
1996ApJ...470L..11J 111 T K                 5 49 The Hubble Space Telescope quasar absorption line key project: the unusual absorption-line system in the spectrum of
PG 2302+029-ejected or intervening?
1995A&A...298..375F viz 173 145 The jet-disk symbiosis. II.Interpreting the radio/UV correlations in quasars. FALCKE H., MALKAN M.A. and BIERMANN P.L.
1995ApJ...438..632L 97 45 Ultraluminous infrared galaxies and the radio-optical correlation for quasars. LONSDALE C.J., SMITH H.E. and LONSDALE C.J.
1995ApJ...440...80I 4 3 41 Ultraviolet spectropolarimetry of high-redshift quasars with the Hubble Space Telescope. IMPEY C.D., MALKAN M.A., WEBB W., et al.
1995ApJ...440..435L 239 311 The IUE survey for damped Lyman-alpha and Lyman-limit absorption systems: evolution of the gaseous content of the universe. LANZETTA K.M., WOLFE A.M. and TURNSHEK D.A.
1995ApJ...444...64S 182 107 The Hubble Space Telescope quasar absorption line key project. V. Redshift evolution of Lyman limit absorption in the spectra of a large sample of quasars. STENGLER-LARREA E.A., BOKSENBERG A., STEIDEL C.C., et al.
1995ApJS...97....1L viz 143 139 The Hubble Space Telescope quasar absorption line key project. X. Galactic H I 21 centimeter emission toward 143 quasars and active galactic nuclei. LOCKMAN F.J. and SAVAGE B.D.
1994AJ....108.1163K viz 113 149 The radio structure of radio loud and radio quiet quasars in the Palomar bright quasar survey. KELLERMANN K.I., SRAMEK R.A., SCHMIDT M., et al.
1994ApJ...423..131B 85 88 Statistics of QSO broad emission-line profiles. II. The C IV lambda 1549, C III] lambda 1909 and Mg II lambda 2798 lines. BROTHERTON M.S., WILLS B.J., STEIDEL C.C., et al.
1994PASP..106..646K viz 3193 29 The HST quasar absorption-line key project. VIII. CCD imaging of Hubble Space Telescope quasar fields. KIRHAKOS S., SARGENT W.L.W., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
1993AJ....105.2064S 452 57 Gravitatioanl lensing statistics based on a large sample of highly luminous quasars. SURDEJ J., CLAESKENS J.F., CRAMPTON D., et al.
1993ApJ...409...28M viz 507 110 The Hubble Space Telescope snapshot survey. IV. A summary of the search for gravitationally lensed quasars. MAOZ D., BAHCALL J.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
1993ApJ...415..517Z 140 54 Does a luminosity-dependent continuum shape cause the Baldwin effect? ZHENG W. and MALKAN M.A.
1993ApJS...87..451H viz 14       D               7278 308 A revised and updated catalog of quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1992A&A...262..401B 35 28 A survey of very low redshift Mg II absorption systems in quasar spectra. BOISSE P., BOULADE O., KUNTH D., et al.
1992ApJ...394...51M 169 34 Gravitational lensing of quasars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope Snapshot Survey. MOAZ D., BAHCALL J.N., DOXSEY R., et al.
1992ApJ...400..435K 78 66 Search for partial systemic Lyman edges in nearby quasars. KORATKAR A.P., KINNEY A.L. and BOHLIN R.C.
1992ApJS...80....1S 103 293 Mg II absorption in the spectra of 103 QSOs: implications for the evolution of gas in high-redshift galaxies. STEIDEL C.C. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1992PASP..104..678S 530 19 Accurate positions and finding charts for 528 high-redshift, luminous quasars. SCHNEIDER D.P., BAHCALL J.N., SAXE D.H., et al.
1991ApJ...382..433S 92 106 Emission-line and continuum properties of 92 bright QSOs : luminosity dependence and differences between radio-selected and optically selected samples. STEIDEL C.C. and SARGENT W.L.W.
1990A&A...231..309P 1 16 122 Mg II quasar absorption systems and properties of gaseous haloes. PETITJEAN P. and BERGERON J.
1990ApJS...72..471D viz 111 47 A catalog of X-ray measurements of selected samples of active galaxies and nuclei. DELLA CECA R., PALUMBO G.G.C., PERSIC M., et al.
1990ApJS...74..869B 114 108 An optical polarization survey of the Palomar-Green bright quasar sample. BERRIMAN G., SCHMIDT G.D., WEST S.C., et al.
1990MNRAS.246..369L 100 109 Massive thin accretion discs - III. Comparison with the observations. LAOR A.
1989AJ.....97..957N 108 53 The near-infrared variability of a sample of optically selected quasars. NEUGEBAUER G., SOIFER B.T., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1989AJ.....98.1195K 1 113 895 VLA observations of objects in the Palomar bright quasar survey. KELLERMANN K.I., SRAMEK R., SCHMIDT M., et al.
1989ApJ...338..630B 112 136 Emission-line properties of optically and radio-selected complete quasar samples. BALDWIN J.A., WAMPLER E.J. and GASKELL C.M.
1989ApJ...347...29S 1 109 641 Continuum energy distributions of quasars: shapes and origins. SANDERS D.B., PHINNEY E.S., NEUGEBAUER G., et al.
1989ApJS...69....1H 1594 178 The first addition to the new optical catalog of quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1989MNRAS.237..739G 118 8 Ultraviolet spectra of a large sample of quasars. I. Data and data reduction. GONDHALEKAR P.M.
1988ApJ...332...96L 130 36 An investigation of Lyman-limit absorption in QSO spectra: indirect evidence for evolution of the multicomponent nature of the absorbers. LANZETTA K.M.
1988MNRAS.233..801O 104 92 The ultraviolet continuum of quasars -I. The shape of the continuum, continuum reddening and intervening absorption. O'BRIEN P.T., GONDHALEKAR P.M. and WILSON R.
1987ApJ...315..180B 6 6 158 The integrated ultraviolet radiation field from QSOs. BECHTOLD J., WEYMANN R.J., LIN Z., et al.
1987ApJS...63..615N 103 288 Continuum energy distributions of quasars in the Palomar-Green survey. NEUGEBAUER G., GREEN R.F., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1987Natur.327...40S 15 11 Quasar spectra and the gravitational lens hypothesis. SHAVER P.A., WAMPLER E.J. and CRISTIANI S.
1986A&A...161..223W 71 T                   1 2 14 The iron spectra of PG 1700+518 and
PG 2302+029.
1986ApJ...305...68S 93 98 Counts, evolution, and background contribution of X-ray quasars and other extragalactic X-ray sources. SCHMIDT M. and GREEN R.F.
1986ApJS...61..305G viz 1881 868 The Palomar-Green catalog of ultraviolet-excess stellar objects. GREEN R.F., SCHMIDT M. and LIEBERT J.
1985A&AS...61..191B 280 5 A search for faint blue stars in high galactic latitudes. IV. Star and quasar distribution as a function of the magnitude in the PHL and PB surveys near the South Galactic Pole. BERGER J. and FRINGANT A.-M.
1985ApJ...298..275N 16 34 Infrared photometry of the nebulosity around quasars. NEUGEBAUER G., MATTHEWS K., SOIFER B.T., et al.
1985ApJ...298..448W 75 86 Optical selection effects that bias quasar evolution studies. WAMPLER E.J. and PONZ D.
1984ApJ...281...76B 3 9 133 IUE observations of high-redshift quasars. BECHTOLD J., GREEN R.F., WEYMANN R.J., et al.
1983ApJ...269..352S viz 2 125 1211 Quasar evolution derived from the Palomar bright quasar survey and other complete quasar surveys. SCHMIDT M. and GREEN R.F.
1980A&AS...39...39B viz 2032 25 A search for faint blue stars in high galactic latitudes. II. Fourteen PSS fields at declinations +6 and 0 near the South Galactic Pole. BERGER J. and FRINGANT A.M.

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