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1998AJ....115..890C - Astron. J., 115, 890-894 (1998/March-0)

Serendipitous discovery of a broad absorption line QSO at z = 2.169.

CANALIZO G., STOCKTON A. and ROTH K.C.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the serendipitous discovery of a broad absorption line (BAL) QSO at z = 2.169, located 41" southwest of 3C 48. We present Keck Low Resolution Imaging Spectrometer spectroscopy covering rest-frame wavelengths 1500-2300 Å. The C IV BAL has three components, and it extends to outflow velocities of at least 12,000 km.s–1. The BAL QSO has an intervening low-ionization metal-line absorption system at z = 1.667, which is likely to be a damped Lyα absorber. Hubble Space Telescope images show extended luminous material around the QSO, which could be either the host galaxy or the intervening system.

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Journal keyword(s): Galaxies: Quasars: Absorption Lines

Nomenclature: [CSR98] 0134+3253 N=1

Simbad objects: 2

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