QSO J0555+3948

Object query : QSO J0555+3948 C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.223 - 2014.11.28CET18:01:27

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Basic data :
QSO J0555+3948 -- Quasar
Other object types: Rad (B2,B3,BWE,DA,GB6,87GB,Gopal,ICRF,IERS,IVS,JVAS,NEWPS5,NVSS,OHIO,RORF,TXS,VSOP,WB,WMAP,WN,[DSJ85],[SJS95]) , QSO (QSO,[HB93],[VV2000],[VV2003],[VV2006],[VV2010],[VV96],[VV98]) , Bz? ([SRM2005]) , Bla ([MGL2009]) , G (OA) , X (PBC)
ICRS coord. (ep=J2000) : 05 55 30.80560 +39 48 49.1647 ( Radio ) [ 0.18 0.15 0 ] A 2010AJ....139.1695L
FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) : 05 55 30.806 +39 48 49.16 ( Radio ) [ 0.18 0.15 0 ] A 2010AJ....139.1695L
FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) : 05 52 01.40 +39 48 21.9 ( Radio ) [ 0.18 0.15 0 ] A 2010AJ....139.1695L
Gal coord. (ep=J2000) : 171.6472 +07.2846 ( Radio ) [ 0.18 0.15 0 ] A 2010AJ....139.1695L
Radial velocity / Redshift / cz : V(km/s) 251084 [~] / z(~) 2.363 [~] / cz 708410 [~]   (~) D 2004ApJS..155...33S
Angular size (arcmin): 0.0000123 0.0000095 -52 (~) (Rad) D 2010AJ....139.1713C
Fluxes (2) :
V 18.0 [~] D ~
R 17.5 [~] E 2009A&A...495..691M
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Identifiers (42) :

QSO J0555+3948 IERS B0552+398 TXS 0552+398 [MGL2009] BZU J0555+3948
B2 0552+39 A IVS B0552+398 VSOP J0555+3948 [SJS95] 0552+398
B2.3 0552+39 A JVAS J0555+398 WB 0552+3948 [SRM2005] J055530.80+394849.1
B3 0552+398 JVAS B0552+398 WMAP J0555+3945 [VV2000] J055530.8+394849
BWE 0552+3948 NEWPS5 J0555+3948 WMAP 100 [VV2003] J055530.8+394849
DA 193 NVSS J055530+394848 WMAP J0555+3944 [VV2006] J055530.8+394849
GB6 J0555+3948 OA 00198 WMAP J0555+3942 [VV2010] J055530.8+394849
GB6 B0552+3948 OHIO A 198 WN B0552.0+3948 [VV96] J055530.8+394849
87GB 055202.2+394817 PBC J0555.9+3948 [DSJ85] 0552+398 [VV98] J055530.8+394849
Gopal 0552+398 QSO B0552+398 [HB93] 0552+398
ICRF J055530.8+394849 RORF 0552+398 [MGL2009] BZQ J0555+3948

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Measurements (4 types) :


posa : 2    velocities : 3    Z : 2    ze : 1   

   


External archives :

Archive data at HEASARC - High-Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center

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Catalogue information from VizieR :

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BWE 0552+3948 IERS B0552+398 NVSS J055530+394848 VSOP J0555+3948 WN B0552.0+3948

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