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2020ApJ...894...21X 19       D               1 42 ~ AGNs are not that cool: revisiting the intrinsic AGN far-infrared spectral energy distribution. XU J., SUN M. and XUE Y.
2019ApJ...886...33L viz 197       D     X         5 244 ~ Mid-IR variability and dust reverberation mapping of low-z quasars. I. Data, methods, and basic results. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and SMITH P.S.
2019MNRAS.486..227G 45           X         1 12 ~ Swift, NuStar, and XMM-Newton observations of the NLS1 galaxy RX J2317.8-4422 in an extreme X-ray low flux state. GRUPE D., KOMOSSA S., GALLO L., et al.
2019PASJ...71...25K 108       D         F     4 80 ~ The interplay between active galactic nuclei and star formation activities of type 1 active galactic nuclei probed by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon 3.3 μm emission feature with AKARI. KIM J.H., IM M., KIM D., et al.
2018ApJ...854..158S viz 409       D     X C       9 88 6 On the gas content and efficiency of AGN feedback in low-redshift quasars. SHANGGUAN J., HO L.C. and XIE Y.
2017ApJ...835..257L 230       D     X C       5 122 10 Dust-deficient Palomar-Green quasars and the diversity of AGN intrinsic IR emission. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and SHI Y.
2017ApJ...841...76L viz 17       D               1 137 13 The intrinsic far-infrared continua of type-1 quasars. LYU J. and RIEKE G.H.
2017ApJS..228....6X 102       D       C       3 152 12 Silicate dust in active galactic nuclei. XIE Y., LI A. and HAO L.
2017MNRAS.471...59L viz 17       D               1 88 8 Intrinsic AGN SED & black hole growth in the Palomar-Green quasars. LANI C., NETZER H. and LUTZ D.
2017NatAs...1..775W 17       D               1 96 7 Tidally disrupted dusty clumps as the origin of broad emission lines in active galactic nuclei. WANG J.-M., DU P., BROTHERTON M.S., et al.
2016A&A...585A..18K 5643 T K A D S   X C       133 19 1 The peculiar optical-UV X-ray spectra of the X-ray weak quasar

PG 0043+039
.
KOLLATSCHNY W., SCHARTEL N., ZETZL M., et al.
2016A&A...587A..83M 42         O X         1 80 5 Broad-band spectral energy distribution of 3000 Å break quasars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. MEUSINGER H., SCHALLDACH P., MIRHOSSEINI A., et al.
2016A&A...591A.136L viz 59       D     X         2 419 33 The far-infrared emitting region in local galaxies and QSOs: Size and scaling relations. LUTZ D., BERTA S., CONTURSI A., 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.
2016AJ....152...25M viz 17       D               1 1058 3 The UV-bright quasar survey (UVQS): DR1. MONROE T.R., PROCHASKA J.X., TEJOS N., et al.
2016ApJ...819L..27Z viz 17       D               2 69 12 Distributions of quasar hosts on the galaxy main sequence plane. ZHANG Z., SHI Y., RIEKE G.H., et al.
2016ApJS..224....2H viz 17       D               1 31767 98 The K2 ecliptic plane input catalog (EPIC) and stellar classifications of 138,600 targets in campaigns 1-8. HUBER D., BRYSON S.T., HAAS M.R., et al.
2016MNRAS.462..966G 17       D               1 212 2 The underlying driver for the C IV Baldwin effect in QSOs with 0 < z < 5. GE X., BIAN W.-H., JIANG X.-L., et al.
2015A&A...577L...1K 1671 T K A S   X C       38 4 3 Proving strong magnetic fields near to the central black hole in the quasar
PG 0043+039 via cyclotron lines.
KOLLATSCHNY W., SCHARTEL N., ZETZL M., et al.
2015ApJ...805..124S 41           X         1 74 22 Weak emission-line quasars in the context of a modified Baldwin effect. SHEMMER O. and LIEBER S.
2015ApJS..216...17K viz 140       D     X         4 83 15 The AKARI 2.5-5.0 µm spectral atlas of Type-1 active galactic nuclei: black hole mass estimator, line ratio, and hot dust temperature. KIM D., IM M., KIM J.H., et al.
2015ApJS..219...22P 16       D               4 87 16 Herschel survey of the palomar-green QSOs at low redshift. PETRIC A.O., HO L.C., FLAGEY N.J.M., et al.
2014ApJ...794...70L 669       D     X C       16 12 40 Weak hard X-ray emission from broad absorption line quasars: evidence for intrinsic X-ray weakness. LUO B., BRANDT W.N., ALEXANDER D.M., et al.
2014ApJS..214...23S viz 16       D               1 139 20 Infrared spectra and photometry of complete samples of palomar-green and two micron all sky survey quasars. SHI Y., RIEKE G.H., OGLE P.M., et al.
2013ApJ...772..153L 44           X         1 9 41 Weak hard X-ray emission from two broad absorption line quasars observed with NuSTAR: compton-thick absorption or intrinsic X-ray weakness? LUO B., BRANDT W.N., ALEXANDER D.M., et al.
2013MNRAS.433.1778R 40           X         1 15 8 Rest-frame optical properties of luminous, radio-selected broad absorption line quasars. RUNNOE J.C., GANGULY R., BROTHERTON M.S., et al.
2013MNRAS.435.1300G viz 16       D               1 78 21 Improved characterization of intranight optical variability of prominent AGN classes. GOYAL A., GOPAL-KRISHNA, WIITA P.J., et al.
2012MNRAS.419.3433J 16       D               4 56 1 Probing spectral properties of radio-quiet quasars searched for optical microvariability - II. JOSHI R., CHAND H., WIITA P.J., et al.
2012MNRAS.420.2518N 79           X         2 91 11 The environment of weak emission-line quasars. NIKOLAJUK M. and WALTER R.
2011ApJ...728...98D 16       D               1 81 159 The radiative efficiency of accretion flows in individual active galactic nuclei. DAVIS S.W. and LAOR A.
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.
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.
2009ApJS..184..398H 15       D               3 95 18 Magellan spectroscopy of low-redshift active galactic nuclei. HO L.C. and KIM M.
2009MNRAS.397..265S 15       D               1 129 33 The evolution of star formation in quasar host galaxies. SERJEANT S. and HATZIMINAOGLOU E.
2009MNRAS.397.1893V 93       D         F     3 28 14 Intranight polarization variability in radio-loud and radio-quiet AGN. VILLFORTH C., NILSSON K., OSTENSEN R., et al.
2009MNRAS.400.1803W 15       D               1 43 3 Supermassive black hole mass regulated by host galaxy morphology. WATABE Y., KAWAKATU N., IMANISHI M., et al.
2008A&A...478..321B viz 54       D     X         2 156 20 Evidence of a type 1/type 2 dichotomy in the correlation between quasar optical polarization and host-galaxy/extended emission position angles. BORGUET B., HUTSEMEKERS D., LETAWE G., et al.
2008ApJ...678...22H 15       D   O           1 70 13 The fundamental plane of QSOs and the relationship between host and nucleus. HAMILTON T.S., CASERTANO S. and TURNSHEK D.A.
2008MNRAS.386.1557C 284       D     X C F     6 19 21 The nature of the intranight variability of radio-quiet quasars. CZERNY B., SIEMIGINOWSKA A., JANIUK A., et al.
2008MNRAS.390..847L 15       D               1 104 58 On the origin of radio emission in radio-quiet quasars. LAOR A. and BEHAR E.
2007AJ....133..303C viz 15       D               117 28 Optical microvariability in radio-quiet quasars. CARINI M.T., NOBLE J.C., TAYLOR R., et al.
2007ApJ...661..660K 15       D               2 70 24 Anticorrelation between the mass of a supermassive black hole and the mass accretion rate in type 1 ultraluminous infrared galaxies and nearby QSOs. KAWAKATU N., IMANISHI M. and NAGAO T.
2007ApJ...664...53A viz 35229 13 Photometric selection of QSO candidates from GALEX sources. ATLEE D.W. and GOULD A.
2007ApJ...669..841S 15       D               1 209 79 Aromatic features in AGNs: star-forming infrared luminosity function of AGN host galaxies. SHI Y., OGLE P., RIEKE G.H., et al.
2007BASI...35..141G 12 6 Further evidence for intra-night optical variability of radio-quiet quasars. GOYAL A., GOPAL-KRISHNA, SAGAR R., et al.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108221 545 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2006ApJ...637..682W 23 2 The first Chandra field. WEISSKOPF M.C., ALDCROFT T.L., CAMERON R.A., et al.
2006ApJ...641..689V 3 107 766 Determining central black hole masses in distant active galaxies and quasars. II. Improved optical and UV scaling relationships. VESTERGAARD M. and PETERSON B.M.
2006ApJ...647..886P 61 15 X-ray absorption in type II quasars: implications for the equatorial paradigm of broad absorption line quasars. PUNSLY B.
2006RMxAA..42...23S 25 15 Low redshift BAL QSOs in the eigenvector 1 context. SULENTIC J.W., DULTZIN-HACYAN D., MARZIANI P., et al.
2005ApJ...625...78H viz 115 53 The physical connections among infrared QSOs, Palomar-Green QSOs, and narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies. HAO C.N., XIA X.Y., MAO S., et al.
2005MNRAS.356..607S 31 48 Intranight optical variability of BL Lacs, radio-quiet quasars and radio-loud quasars. STALIN C.S., GUPTA A.C., GOPAL-KRISHNA, et al.
2005MNRAS.356.1029B 87 123 What controls the CIV line profile in active galactic nuclei ? BASKIN A. and LAOR A.
2004ApJS..150...73E 216 20 A complete atlas of recalibrated Hubble space telescope faint object spectrograph spectra of active galactic nuclei and quasars. I. Pre-COSTAR spectra. EVANS I.N. and KORATKAR A.P.
2004MNRAS.350L..31B 84 56 On the origin of the C IV Baldwin effect in active galactic nuclei. BASKIN A. and LAOR A.
2004MNRAS.355..196F 2 25 112 The host galaxies of luminous quasars. FLOYD D.J.E., KUKULA M.J., DUNLOP J.S., et al.
2003A&A...402...87H 70 137 The ISO view of Palomar-Green quasars. HAAS M., KLAAS U., MUELLER S.A.H., et al.
2003A&A...411L..59E viz 1015 40 High-energy sources before INTEGRAL. INTEGRAL reference catalog. EBISAWA K., BOURBAN G., BODAGHEE A., et al.
2003A&A...412..707R viz 829 11 A catalogue of absorption-line systems in QSO spectra. RYABINKOV A.I., KAMINKER A.D. and VARSHALOVICH D.A.
2003ApJ...590..707M 97 25 A Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 snapshot survey of 2MASS-selected red QSOs. MARBLE A.R., HINES D.C., SCHMIDT G.D., et al.
2003ApJS..145..199M viz 216 134 An optical spectroscopic atlas of low-redshift active galactic nuclei. MARZIANI P., SULENTIC J.W., ZAMANOV R., et al.
2003MmSAI..74..367M 8 0 Obscuration and reprocessing in the cosmic history of active galactic nuclei. MATT G., BONGARDO C., BRAITO V., et al.
2002ApJ...569..641L 56 86 The luminosity dependence of ultraviolet absorption in active galactic nuclei. LAOR A. and BRANDT W.N.
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.
2002ApJ...571..665S viz 179 60 A uniform analysis of the Lyα forest at z=0-5. V. The extragalactic ionizing background at low redshift. SCOTT J., BECHTOLD J., MORITA M., et al.
2002ApJ...576...61H 68 75 The luminosity function of QSO host galaxies. HAMILTON T.S., CASERTANO S. and TURNSHEK D.A.
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.
2002PASJ...54..327K 83 157 Study of the X-ray background spectrum and its large-scale fluctuation with ASCA. KUSHINO A., ISHISAKI Y., MORITA U., et al.
2001AJ....121..591B 1 14 46 An XMM-Newton detection of the z=5.80 X-ray-weak quasar SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2. BRANDT W.N., GUAINAZZI M., KASPI S., et al.
2001AJ....122.2143V 51 51 Exploratory Chandra observations of the highest-redshift quasars: x-rays from the dawn of the modern universe. VIGNALI C., BRANDT W.N., FAN X., et al.
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...557..578F 44 14 WFPC2 imaging of quasar environments: a comparison of large bright quasar survey and Hubble space telescope archive quasars. FINN R.A., IMPEY C.D. and HOOPER E.J.
2001ApJ...558..553M 1 20 73 Searching for the physical drivers of the eigenvector 1 correlation space. MARZIANI P., SULENTIC J.W., ZWITTER T., et al.
2001ApJS..133....1U viz 1481 70 The ASCA medium sensitivity survey (the GIS catalog project): source catalog. UEDA Y., ISHISAKI Y., TAKAHASHI T., et al.
2001ApJS..136..463W viz 447 212 Distances and metallicities of high- and intermediate-velocity clouds. WAKKER B.P.
2001MNRAS.322..843P 1 14 53 The host galaxies of luminous radio-quiet quasars. PERCIVAL W.J., MILLER L., McLURE R.J., et al.
2001Msngr.104...25S 7 3 Eigenvector 1: an H-R diagram for AGN? SULENTIC J.W., CALVANI M. and MARZIANI P.
2001NewAR..45..617H 19 3 Dust in PG quasars as seen by ISO. HAAS M.
2001NewAR..45..625K 17 2 Active galactic nuclei and star-forming galaxies : competition and cooperation. KROLIK J.H.
2000A&A...354..453H 1 20 77 Dust in PG quasars as seen by ISO. HAAS M., MUELLER S.A.H., CHINI R., et al.
2000ARA&A..38..521S 2 30 214 Phenomenology of broad emission lines in active galactic nuclei. SULENTIC J.W., MARZIANI P. and DULTZIN-HACYAN D.
2000ApJ...528..637B 87 227 On the nature of soft X-ray weak quasi-stellar objects. BRANDT W.N., LAOR A. and WILLS B.J.
2000ApJ...531...52G 1 31 183 X-ray observations of optically selected, radio-quiet quasars. I. The ASCA results. GEORGE I.M., TURNER T.J., YAQOOB T., et al.
2000ApJ...536L...5S 14 3 132 Eigenvector 1: an optimal correlation space for active galactic nuclei. SULENTIC J.W., ZWITTER T., MARZIANI P., et al.
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.
2000ApJS..130...67S 103 138 A uniform analysis of the Lyα forest at z=0-5. II. Measuring the mean intensity of the extragalactic ionizing background using the proximity effect. SCOTT J., BECHTOLD J., DOBRZYCKI A., et al.
2000MNRAS.314..815G 17 25 Rapid optical variability in radio-quiet QSOs. GOPAL-KRISHNA, GUPTA A.C., SAGAR R., et al.
2000NewAR..44..461B 1 9 45 Observational similarities and potential connections between luminous ultrasoft NLS1s and BALQSOs. BRANDT W.N. and GALLAGHER S.C.
1999A&A...345...43B 1 7 28 The X-ray emission from broad absorption line quasars. BRINKMANN W., WANG T., MATSUOKA M., et al.
1999AJ....117.1645M 6 9 New near-infrared spectroscopy of the high-redshift quasar B1422+231 at z = 3.62. MURAYAMA T., TANIGUCHI Y., EVANS A.S., et al.
1999AJ....118.1169X 414 117 Radio-loud and radio-quiet active galactic nuclei. XU C., LIVIO M. and BAUM S.
1999ApJ...519..549G 3 11 106 Exploratory ASCA observations of broad absorption line quasi-stellar objects. GALLAGHER S.C., BRANDT W.N., SAMBRUNA R.M., et al.
1999MNRAS.307..821W 1 3 10 Ionized ultraviolet and soft X-ray absorption in the low-redshift active galactic nucleus PG 1126-041. WANG T.G., BRINKMANN W., WAMSTEKER W., et al.
1999MNRAS.309..803G 53 33 Optical monitoring of quasars - I. Variability. GARCIA A., SODRE L., JABLONSKI F.J., et al.
1999PASP..111..954K 18 13 Broad absorption line quasars and the radio-loud/radio-quiet dichotomy. KUNCIC Z.
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.
1998MNRAS.298..121B 2 14 85 HST planetary camera images of quasar host galaxies. BOYCE P.J., DISNEY M.J., BLADES J.C., et al.
1997A&A...317..656C 6 3 Sub-arcsecond imaging and spectroscopy of the radio-loud highly polarized quasar PKS 1610-771. COURBIN F., HUTSEMEKERS D., MEYLAN G., et al.
1997ARA&A..35..217W 2 53 388 High-velocity clouds. WAKKER B.P. and VAN WOERDEN H.
1997ApJ...476...40T 22 55 A Hubble Space Telescope faint object spectrograph survey for broad absorption lines in a sample of low-redshift weak [O III] quasi-stellar objects. TURNSHEK D.A., MONIER E.M., SIROLA C.J., et al.
1997ApJ...485..100T 1 7 28 Hubble Space Telescope observations of the gravitationally lensed Cloverleaf broad absorption line QSO H1413+1143: imaging. TURNSHEK D.A., LUPIE O.L., RAO S.M., et al.
1997ApJ...487L.117M 10 24 The detection of the λ2175 feature and further analysis of the broad absorption line profile structure in the gravitational lens candidate UM 425. MICHALITSIANOS A.G., FALCO E.E., MUNOZ J.A., et al.
1997ApJ...489..656L 6 6 120 The ultraviolet properties of the narrow-line quasar I zw 1. LAOR A., JANNUZI B.T., GREEN R.F., 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.
1996ARA&A..34..279S 8 38 962 Interstellar abundances from absorption-line observations with the Hubble Space Telescope. SAVAGE B.D. and SEMBACH K.R.
1996ApJ...470L..85K 1 6 33 Infrared spectroscopy of the gravitationally lensed quasar B1422+231: Mg II λ2798 and Fe II emission from the broad-line gas at z = 3.62. KAWARA K., MURAYAMA T., TANIGUCHI Y., et al.
1996ApJ...473..110U 18 24 Strong clustering in the low-redshift lyα forest. ULMER A.
1996ApJS..104...37M 1 51 228 Comparative analysis of the high- and low-ionization lines in the broad-line region of active galactic nuclei. MARZIANI P., SULENTIC J.W., DULTZIN-HACYAN D., et al.
1996BAAS...28R1301K 2 ~ Chemical composition of, and ionization structure in,QSO broad absorption line regions. KOPKO M.Jr
1996MNRAS.279.1349G 1 10 30 A quasar with ultrastrong, ultraviolet Fe II emission. GRAHAM M.J., CLOWES R.G. and CAMPUSANO L.E.
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.
1995A&A...300..881K 15 14 NGC 4526 gas, high velocity clouds, and Galactic halo gas: the interstellar medium towards SN 1994D. KING D.L., VLADILO G., LIPMAN K., et al.
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..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...445L..85S 15 32 First direct comparison of high and low ionization line kinematics in active galactic nuclei. SULENTIC J.W., MARZIANI P., DULTZIN-HACYAN D., et al.
1995ApJ...447..496C 10 29 QSO broad emission line asymmetries: evidence of gravitational redshift? CORBIN M.R.
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....107.1219E 20 15 Metal-line absorption at z(abs) about z(em) from associated galaxies. ELLINGSON E., YEE H.K.C., BECHTOLD J., et al.
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...428...93T 113 T K                 2 40 The HST quasar absorption line key project. IV. HST faint object spectrograph and ground-based observations of the unusual low-redshit broad absorption-line quasi-stellar object
PG 0043+039.
TURNSHEK D.A., ESPEY B.R., KOPKO M., et al.
1994IAUS..159..450K 6 1 18 Optical, HST, and Rosat observations of BAL QSOs. KOPKO M., TURNSHEK D.A. and ESPEY B.R.
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.
1993ApJ...406..451L 31 71 Extreme optical Fe II emission in luminous IRAS active galactic nuclei. LIPARI S., TERLEVICH R. and MACCHETTO F.
1993ApJ...413..116S 1 16 86 The Hubble Space Telescope quasar absorption line key project. III. First observational results on Milky Way gas. SAVAGE B.D., LU L., BAHCALL J.N., et al.
1993ApJ...413L..63K 2 11 88 The proximity effect and the mean intensity of ionizing radiation at low redshifts. KULKARNI V.P. and FALL S.M.
1993ApJ...415..517Z 140 54 Does a luminosity-dependent continuum shape cause the Baldwin effect? ZHENG W. and MALKAN M.A.
1993ApJS...87....1B 1 48 247 The Hubble Space Telescope quasar absorption line key project. I. First observational results, including Lyman-Alpha and Lyman-limit systems. BAHCALL J.N., BERGERON J., BOKSENBERG A., et al.
1993ApJS...87..451H viz 14       D               7278 308 A revised and updated catalog of quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1993MNRAS.263..425M viz 88 154 The radio and optical properties of the z < 0.5 BQS quasars. MILLER P., RAWLINGS S. and SAUNDERS R.
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.
1992ApJS...80..109B 3 88 1192 The emission-line properties of low-redshift quasi-stellar objects. BOROSON T.A. and GREEN R.F.
1990A&A...236...69V 111 82 Galaxies around luminous quasars. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and WOLTJER L.
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..675B 864 48 Associations between quasi-stellar objects and galaxies. BURBIDGE G., HEWITT A., NARLIKAR J.V., 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...346...68S 1 61 317 Fitting improved accretion disk models to the multiwavelength continua of quasars and active galactic nuclei. SUN W.-H. and MALKAN M.A.
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.
1987ApJS...63..615N 103 288 Continuum energy distributions of quasars in the Palomar-Green survey. NEUGEBAUER G., GREEN R.F., MATTHEWS K., et al.
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.
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