NGC 3842 , the SIMBAD biblio

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1976ApJ...208..267G 12 19 Velocities of galaxies in cluster A 1367. GUDEHUS D.H.
1978A&A....69..355G 2 4 48 A Westerbrok Survey of clusters of galaxies. GAVAZZI G.
1979AJ.....84...27S 114 36 Velocity dispersion profiles of clusters of galaxies. STRUBLE M.F.
1981AJ.....86.1120B 11 37 A search for neutral hydrogen in D and cD galaxies. BURNS J.O., WHITE R.A. and HAYNES M.P.
1981AJ.....86.1165B 2 2 22 High-resolution radio observations of the X-ray galaxy NGC 3862 (3C 264). BRIDLE A.H. and VALLEE J.P.
1982AJ.....87..252W 32 8 Redshifts of 31 bright galaxies. WILLS D. and WILLS B.J.
1983A&AS...51..321B 27 12 408 MHz observations of clusters of galaxies. II. The Coma and Perseus superclusters. BALLARATI B., FERETTI L., GAVAZZI G., et al.
1983ApJ...265...26B 69 86 The X-ray morphology of Abell 1367. BECHTOLD J., FORMAN W., GIACCONI R., et al.
1983ApJ...273..505H 77 27 Radio emission and the masses of elliptical galaxies. HECKMAN T.M.
1983ApJS...52...23B 749 4 A catalog of hierarchical subclustering in the Turner-Gott groups. BHAVSAR S.P. and PIGGOTT R.G.
1983ApJS...52...89H viz 2405 803 A survey of galaxy redshifts. IV. The data. HUCHRA J., DAVIS M., LATHAM D., et al.
1984A&A...139..240A 69 T                   1 4 6 A third quasar close to
NGC 3842.
ARP H. and GAVAZZI G.
1984ApJ...278...51L 99 29 The bright end of the color-magnitude relation for early-type galaxies in clusters. LUGGER P.M.
1984ApJ...283...59A 3 7 Two newly discovered quasars closely spaced across a galaxy. ARP H.
1984MNRAS.206..559T 87 29 Structure of superclusters and supercluster formation - IV. Spatial distribution of clusters of galaxies in the Coma Supercluster and its large-scale environment. TAGO E., EINASTO J. and SAAR E.
1985A&A...152..315B 200 34 Mass-to-light ratio of elliptical galaxies. BACON R., MONNET G. and SIMIEN F.
1985A&AS...61..273D 477 26 Catalogue of central velocity dispersions galaxies. DAVOUST E., PATUREL G. and VAUGLIN I.
1985ApJ...294L..89G 1 6 46 Enhanced star formation in cluster galaxies. GAVAZZI G. and JAFFE W.
1985ApJS...57..665B 1432 62 The evolution of galaxies in clusters. IV. Photometry of 10 low-redshift clusters. BUTCHER H.R. and OEMLER A.
1985ApJS...59....1W viz 651 143 A catalog of stellar velocity dispersions. I. Compilation and standard galaxies. WHITMORE B.C., McELROY D.B. and TONRY J.L.
1985S&W....24...69S 69 T                   1 1 0 Seltsame Quasarhaufung bei
NGC 3842.
SARCANDER M.
1986AJ.....91..204J 232 16 Radio continuum survey of the coma/A1367 supercluster. II. 1.5 GHz observations of 396 CGCG galaxies. JAFFE W. and GAVAZZI G.
1986MNRAS.219..457E 76 100 Structure of superclusters and supercluster formation - V. Spatial correlation and voids. EINASTO J., KLYPIN A.A. and SAAR E.
1986MNRAS.219..511P 187 7 Taxonomical analysis of superclusters - II. The A 1367/Coma supercluster. PEREA J., MOLES M. and DEL OLMO A.
1986MNRAS.219..575C 68 32 Radio sources in giant E and SO galaxies. CORDEY R.A.
1987A&AS...67..341B 295 27 A catalogue of early-type galaxies with emission lines. BETTONI D. and BUSON L.M.
1987ApJS...64..581D 434 279 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. II. The spectroscopic parameters. DAVIES R.L., BURSTEIN D., DRESSLER A., et al.
1987ApJS...64..601B 602 257 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. III. UBV aperture photometry, CCD photometry, and magnitude-related parameters. BURSTEIN D., DAVIES R.L., DRESSLER A., et al.
1987ApJS...64..643S 279 160 The structure of brightest cluster members. II. Mergers. SCHOMBERT J.M.
1987IAUS..124..479A 24 4 Observations requiring a non-standard approach. ARP H.
1988A&AS...74..385B 70 206 Isophote shapes of elliptical galaxies. I. The data. BENDER R., DOBEREINER S. and MOLLENHOFF C.
1988AJ.....95.1340D 166 12 Radio-continuum survey of the Coma/A 1367 supercluster. IV. 1.4 GHz observations of CGCG galaxies. DEL CASTILLO E., GAVAZZI G. and JAFFE W.
1989A&A...215..266N 34 103 Boxiness in elliptical galaxies. NIETO J.-L. and BENDER R.
1989A&A...217...35B 110 338 Isophote shapes of elliptical galaxies. II. Correlations with global optical, radio and X-ray properties. BENDER R., SURMA P., DOBEREINER S., et al.
1989AJ.....97.1319C 643 25 On the relationship between radio emission and optical properties in early-type galaxies. CALVANI M., FASANO G. and FRANCESCHINI A.
1989AJ.....98...64Z viz 290 71 A 20cm VLA survey of Abell clusters of galaxies. I. Distance class <3 clusters. ZHAO J.-H., BURNS J.O. and OWEN F.N.
1989ApJ...342..718G 187 34 Near-infrared observations of galaxies in the Coma supercluster. GAVAZZI G. and TRINCHIERI G.
1989ApJS...69..763F viz 14       D               712 570 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. VI. Sample selection and data summary. FABER S.M., WEGNER G., BURSTEIN D., et al.
1990A&A...239...33A 363 65 Periodicity of quasar redshifts. ARP H., BI H.G., CHU Y., et al.
1990A&A...239...50K 91 29 Quasar redshifts and nearby galaxies. KARLSSON K.G.
1990ApJS...74..675B 864 48 Associations between quasi-stellar objects and galaxies. BURBIDGE G., HEWITT A., NARLIKAR J.V., et al.
1990AcASn..31..132Z 40 3 The redshift periodicity distribution of the multi-quasars associated with low redshift galaxies. ZHU X.-F. and CHU Y.-Q.
1990ChA&A..14..429Z 44 ~ Periodic redshift distribution of quasars associated with low-redshift galaxies. ZHU X.-F. and CHU Y.-Q.
1991ApJ...370..455S 87 60 The surface brightness test for the expansion of the universe. III. Reduction of data for the several brightest galaxies in clusters to standard conditions and a first indication that the expansion is real. SANDAGE A. and PERELMUTER J.-M.
1991MNRAS.249..779F 140 61 On the external origin for dust in elliptical galaxies. FORBES D.A.
1991JRASC..85..203B 70 T                   1 3 0 The globular cluster system of
NGC 3842.
BUTTERWORTH S.T. and HARRIS W.E.
1992AJ....103.1828B 71 T                   11 17 A globular cluster system around the supergiant elliptical NGC 3842. BUTTERWORTH S.T. and HARRIS W.E.
1992Ap&SS.198...71T 8 0 Redshifts and intrinsic time. TREUMANN R.A.
1993AJ....106.1273Z viz 580 120 The kinematics of dense clusters of galaxies. I. The data. ZABLUDOFF A.I., GELLER M.J., HUCHRA J.P., et al.
1993ApJS...85....1N 1321 89 A revised catalog of CfA1 galaxy groups in the Virgo/Great Attractor flow field. NOLTHENIUS R.
1993ApJS...87..135O 513 41 A 20 centimeter VLA survey of Abell clusters of galaxies. III. Images and optical identifications. OWEN F.N., WHITE F.N. and GE J.P.
1993S&W....32..427B 3 0 Galaxien in action. BUHRKE T.
1994A&A...281..375F viz 36 10 Structures of small-size radio galaxies in clusters. FERETTI L. and GIOVANNINI G.
1994A&AS..107..285G viz 127 14 A CCD survey of galaxies. III. Observations with the Loiano 1.5m telescope. GAVAZZI G. and RANDONE I.
1994AJ....108...24G 113 17 Radio continuum survey of the Coma/A1367 supercluster. V. The luminosity function of A1367. GAVAZZI G. and CONTURSI A.
1994ApJ...422..486M 1 23 113 The spatial structure of the M 87 globular cluster system. McLAUGHLIN D.E., HARRIS W.E. and HANES D.A.
1995A&A...297..643W 1 42 126 The molecular cloud content of early-type galaxies. V. CO in elliptical galaxies. WIKLIND T., COMBES F. and HENKEL C.
1995A&A...300..675H 84 55 Neutral hydrogen observations of elliptical galaxies. II. The IRAS sample. HUCHTMEIER W.K., SAGE L.J. and HENKEL C.
1995AJ....109...14O viz 542 72 Optical spectroscopy of radio galaxies in Abell clusters. I. Redshifts and emission-line properties. OWEN F.N., LEDLOW M.J. and KEEL W.C.
1995AJ....109..517B viz 1470 28 Integrated photoelectric magnitudes and color indices of bright galaxies in the Johnson UBV system. BUTA R., CORWIN H.G.Jr, DE VAUCOULEURS G., et al.
1995AJ....109..853L viz 1071 102 A 20 cm VLA survey of Abell clusters of galaxies. IV. The radio sample and cluster properties. LEDLOW M.J. and OWEN F.N.
1995AJ....110.1959L viz 522 63 A 20cm VLA survey of Abell clusters of galaxies. V. Optical observations and surface photometry. LEDLOW M.J. and OWEN F.N.
1995ApJ...440...28P viz 326 215 Brightest cluster galaxies as standard candles. POSTMAN M. and LAUER T.R.
1995ApJ...441..120H 24 49 Globular cluster systems in three cD galaxies within rich Abell clusters. HARRIS W.E., PRITCHET C.J. and McCLURE R.D.
1995ApJ...445..607G 50 54 Wavelet transform analysis of the small-scale X-ray structure of the cluster Abell 1367. GREBENEV S.A., FORMAN W., JONES C., et al.
1995ApJ...453L..77W 42 96 Intracluster globular clusters. WEST M.J., COTE P., JONES C., et al.
1995ApJS..100..105M viz 1290 128 A catalog of stellar velocity dispersions. II. 1994 update. McELROY D.B.
1996A&A...309....9B 123 37 The reality of anomalous redshifts in the spectra of some QSOs and its implications. BURBIDGE G.
1996A&A...309..749P viz 1602 182 The fundamental plane of early-type galaxies: stellar populations and mass-to-light ratio. PRUGNIEL P. and SIMIEN F.
1996A&AS..120..521G viz 297 33 1.65µm (H-band) surface photometry of galaxies. II. Observations of 297 galaxies with the TIRGO 1.5m telescope. GAVAZZI G., PIERINI D., BAFFA C., et al.
1996AJ....111...53O 341 51 Optical spectroscopy of radio galaxies in Abell clusters. II. BL Lacs and FR I unification. OWEN F.N., LEDLOW M.J. and KEEL W.C.
1996AJ....111..591B 145 6 Photoelectric UBV photometry of galaxies in the clusters Pegasus I, Pegasus II, Abell 262, Abell 1367, and Abell 2197-9. BUTA R.
1996AJ....111..722F 180 4 Photoelectric UBV photometry of 179 bright galaxies. FRUEH M.L., CORWIN H.G.Jr, DE VAUCOULEURS G., et al.
1996ApJ...460..271K 48 53 Molecular gas in elliptical galaxies: CO observations of an IRAS flux-limited sample. KNAPP G.R. and RUPEN M.P.
1996Ap&SS.244....9A 16 2 The pair of X-ray sources across NGC 4258: its relation to intrinsic redshifts, ejection and quantization. ARP H.
1996JRASC..90Q.331W 72 T                   2 0 Brightness fluctuation observations of the globular cluster systems in NGC 3842 and NGC 4874. WING D.L. and HARRIS G.L.H.
1997A&A...319...83K 61 59 The dichotomy of early-type galaxies from their globular cluster systems. KISSLER-PATIG M.
1997AJ....113..895P 51 20 The globular cluster systems of NGC 1400 and NGC 1407. PERRETT K.M., HANES D.A., BUTTERWORTH S.T., et al.
1997AJ....114..482B 43 66 Globular clusters in 19 northern Abell clusters. BLAKESLEE J.P., TONRY J.L. and METZGER M.R.
1997ApJS..108...41O 481 80 A 20 centimeter VLA survey of Abell clusters of galaxies. VII. Detailed radio images. OWEN F.N. and LEDLOW M.J.
1998A&AS..128..299P viz 6817 129 Total magnitude, radius, colour indices, colour gradients and photometric type of galaxies. PRUGNIEL P. and HERAUDEAU P.
1998A&AS..132..255G viz 1417 17 A catalogue of Mg2 indices of galaxies and globular clusters. GOLEV V. and PRUGNIEL P.
1998AJ....116.2728S viz 625 21 The universality of the fundamental plane of E and S0 galaxies: sample definition and I-band photometric data. SCODEGGIO M., GIOVANELLI R. and HAYNES M.P.
1998AJ....116.2738S viz 321 14 The universality of the fundamental plane of E and S0 galaxies: spectroscopic data. SCODEGGIO M., GIOVANELLI R. and HAYNES M.P.
1998ApJ...492...41V 56 12 Globular cluster systems of early-type galaxies. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1998MNRAS.300..205M 204 30 Tidally induced star formation in Abell 1367. MOSS C., WHITTLE M. and PESCE J.E.
1998Ap.....41..308M 1394 1 Groups of galaxies. III. Some empirical characteristics. MAHTESSIAN A.P.
1999A&A...343...93G viz 426 20 On the local radio luminosity function of galaxies. II. Environmental dependences among late-type galaxies. GAVAZZI G. and BOSELLI A.
1999ApJS..125..409C viz 13438 54 Arcsecond positions of UGC galaxies. COTTON W.D., CONDON J.J. and ARBIZZANI E.
1999PASP..111..438F viz 14       D               1 19406 309 The updated Zwicky catalog (UZC). FALCO E.E., KURTZ M.J., GELLER M.J., et al.
1999PhT....52d..38B 12 1 A different approach to cosmology. BURBIDGE G., HOYLE F. and NARLIKAR J.V.
2000A&A...361..863G viz 1118 78 1.65 µm (H-band) surface photometry of galaxies. V. Profile decomposition of 1157 galaxies. GAVAZZI G., FRANZETTI P., SCODEGGIO M., et al.
2000A&AS..142...65G viz 560 25 1.65 µm (H-band) surface photometry of galaxies. III. Observations of 558 galaxies with the TIRGO 1.5 m telescope. GAVAZZI G., FRANZETTI P., SCODEGGIO M., et al.
2000MNRAS.313..469S viz 15       D               571 111 Streaming motions of galaxy clusters within 12000km/s - I. New spectroscopic data. SMITH R.J., LUCEY J.R., HUDSON M.J., et al.
2001ApJ...560..566K viz 15       D               4204 359 The K-band galaxy luminosity function. KOCHANEK C.S., PAHRE M.A., FALCO E.E., et al.
2001ApJS..132..129M 50 61 An Ultraviolet/Optical atlas of bright galaxies. MARCUM P.M., O'CONNELL R.W., FANELLI M.N., et al.
2001ApJS..134..355M viz 488 21 The radio galaxy populations of nearby northern Abell clusters. MILLER N.A. and OWEN F.N.
2001MNRAS.327..249S viz 15       D               486 9 Streaming motions of galaxy clusters within 12 000 km.s–1 - II. New photometric data for the Fundamental Plane. SMITH R.J., LUCEY J.R., SCHLEGEL D.J., et al.
2001MNRAS.327..265H viz 15       D               762 37 Streaming motions of galaxy clusters within 12 000 km.s–1 - III. A standardized catalogue of Fundamental Plane data. HUDSON M.J., LUCEY J.R., SMITH R.J., et al.
2001MNRAS.328..461O viz 439 217 A catalogue and analysis of X-ray luminosities of early-type galaxies. O'SULLIVAN E., FORBES D.A. and PONMAN T.J.
2001PASP..113..899B 6 13 Noncosmological redshifts. (Millennium essay). BURBIDGE G.
2001ARep...45..581B viz 15       D               1 1482 6 Properties of quasar-galaxy associations and gravitational mesolensing by halo objects. BUKHMASTOVA Y.L.
2002AJ....123.2976R viz 8030 102 The UZC-SSRS2 group catalog. RAMELLA M., GELLER M.J., PISANI A., et al.
2002AJ....123.2990B 681 67 Redshift-distance survey of early-type galaxies. I. The ENEARc cluster sample. BERNARDI M., ALONSO M.V., DA COSTA L.N., et al.
2002ApJ...576..708S 36 18 Chandra view of the dynamically young cluster of galaxies A1367. I. Small-scale structures. SUN M. and MURRAY S.S.
2002ApJ...577..139S 96 25 Chandra view of the dynamically young cluster of galaxies A1367. II. Point sources. SUN M. and MURRAY S.S.
2002MNRAS.332..422P viz 410 7 1.65-µm (H -band) surface photometry of galaxies - VIII. The near-IR κ space at z =0. PIERINI D., GAVAZZI G., FRANZETTI P., et al.
2003A&A...405....5B viz 1917 56 A new catalogue of ISM content of normal galaxies. BETTONI D., GALLETTA G. and GARCIA-BURILLO S.
2003A&A...412...45P viz 15       D               1 956215 675 HYPERLEDA. I. Identification and designation of galaxies. PATUREL G., PETIT C., PRUGNIEL P., et al.
2003AJ....125..478L viz 15       D               164 92 Hubble space telescope imaging of brightest cluster galaxies. LAINE S., VAN DER MAREL R.P., LAUER T.R., et al.
2003AJ....126.2152R viz 15       D               15140 151 CAIRNS: the cluster and infall region nearby survey. I. Redshifts and mass profiles. RINES K., GELLER M.J., KURTZ M.J., et al.
2003AstL...29..214B viz 365 5 Globular clusters as candidates for gravitational lenses to explain quasar-galaxy associations. BUKHMASTOVA Y.L.
2004A&A...425..429C viz 126 46 Multiple merging in the Abell cluster 1367. CORTESE L., GAVAZZI G., BOSELLI A., et al.
2004AJ....128.1558S viz 15       D               1 5584 83 NOAO fundamental plane survey. I. Survey design, redshifts, and velocity dispersion data. SMITH R.J., HUDSON M.J., NELAN J.E., et al.
2004ApJ...600..695R 125 31 Radio and far-infrared emission as tracers of star formation and active galactic nuclei in nearby cluster galaxies. REDDY N.A. and YUN M.S.
2004ApJ...612..805S 1 13 43 ESO 3060170: a massive fossil galaxy group with a heated gas core. SUN M., FORMAN W., VIKHLININ A., et al.
2004ApJ...617..879L 193 274 K-band properties of galaxy clusters and groups: brightest cluster galaxies and intracluster light. LIN Y.-T. and MOHR J.J.
2005A&A...435...43V 102 25 A dichotomy in the orientation of dust and radio jets in nearby low-power radio galaxies. VERDOES KLEIJN G.A. and DE ZEEUW P.T.
2005AJ....129.2138L viz 1 83 219 The centers of early-type galaxies with Hubble Space Telescope. V. New WFPC2 photometry. LAUER T.R., FABER S.M., GEBHARDT K., et al.
2005ApJ...619..169S 37   K                 14 25 The survival and destruction of X-ray coronae of early-type galaxies in rich cluster environments: a case study of A1367. SUN M., VIKHLININ A., FORMAN W., et al.
2005ApJ...633..165S 1 9 21 A small X-ray corona of the narrow-angle tail radio galaxy NGC 1265 soaring through the Perseus cluster. SUN M., JERIUS D. and JONES C.
2005ApJS..160..176L viz 15       D               362 49 α-enhanced integrated Lick/IDS spectral indices and Milky Way and M31 globular clusters and early-type galaxies. LEE H.-C. and WORTHEY G.
2005MNRAS.364..169P 124 40 The X-ray emission properties and the dichotomy in the central stellar cusp shapes of early-type galaxies. PELLEGRINI S.
2006MNRAS.367..627E viz 380 47 Correlations of near-infrared, optical and X-ray luminosity for early-type galaxies. ELLIS S.C. and O'SULLIVAN E.
2006AJ....132.2243G viz 15       D               1 780 28 Infrared properties of close pairs of galaxies. GELLER M.J., KENYON S.J., BARTON E.J., et al.
2007ApJ...655..790C viz 15       D               13809 82 Groups of galaxies in the Two Micron All Sky redshift Survey. CROOK A.C., HUCHRA J.P., MARTIMBEAU N., et al.
2006JApA...27..381B 18 4 QSO pairs across active galaxies : evidence of blueshifts ? BASU D.
2007ApJ...657..197S 210 96 X-ray thermal coronae of galaxies in hot clusters: ubiquity of embedded mini-cooling cores. SUN M., JONES C., FORMAN W., et al.
2007A&A...465...71T viz 15       D               4762 57 Kinematics of the Local Universe. XIII. 21-cm line measurements of 452 galaxies with the Nancay radiotelescope, JHK Tully-Fisher relation, and preliminary maps of the peculiar velocity field. THEUREAU G., HANSKI M.O., COUDREAU N., et al.
2007ApJ...662..808L viz 15       D               1 288 270 The masses of nuclear black holes in luminous elliptical galaxies and implications for the space density of the most massive black holes. LAUER T.R., FABER S.M., RICHSTONE D., et al.
2007ApJ...664..226L viz 15       D               2 287 138 The centers of early-type galaxies with Hubble space telescope. VI. Bimodal central surface brightness profiles. LAUER T.R., GEBHARDT K., FABER S.M., et al.
2007MNRAS.379..100E 15       D               1 121 65 Line emission in the brightest cluster galaxies of the NOAO Fundamental Plane and Sloan Digital Sky Surveys. EDWARDS L.O.V., HUDSON M.J., BALOGH M.L., et al.
2007ApJS..173..185G viz 15       D               1050 586 The GALEX ultraviolet atlas of nearby galaxies. GIL DE PAZ A., BOISSIER S., MADORE B.F., et al.
2007AstL...33..355B viz 26 1 Quasars lensed by globular clusters of spiral and elliptical galaxies. BUKHMASTOVA Y.L.
2008ApJ...673L..17G 38           X         1 21 12 Trouble for AGN feedback? the puzzle of the core of the galaxy cluster AWM 4. GASTALDELLO F., BUOTE D.A., BRIGHENTI F., et al.
2008PASP..120..681L 15       D               1 46 39 2DPHOT: a multi-purpose environment for the two-dimensional analysis of wide-field images. LA BARBERA F., DE CARVALHO R.R., KOHL-MOREIRA J.L., et al.
2008MNRAS.389.1924F viz 15       D               601 69 Uniting old stellar systems: from globular clusters to giant ellipticals. FORBES D.A., LASKY P., GRAHAM A.W., et al.
2008MNRAS.391.1009L viz 280       D     X C       7 129 30 Radial kinematics of brightest cluster galaxies. LOUBSER S.I., SANSOM A.E., SANCHEZ-BLAZQUEZ P., et al.
2009ApJS..181..486H 15       D               1 164 101 Dissipation and extra light in galactic nuclei. III. "Core" ellipticals and "missing" light. HOPKINS P.F., LAUER T.R., COX T.J., et al.
2009MNRAS.398..133L viz 15       D               2 100 37 Stellar populations in the centres of brightest cluster galaxies. LOUBSER S.I., SANCHEZ-BLAZQUEZ P., SANSOM A.E., et al.
2009ApJ...704.1586S viz 114           X         3 259 74 Every BCG with a strong radio AGN has an X-ray cool core: is the cool core-noncool core dichotomy too simple? SUN M.
2009ApJ...706..657B 15       D               3 72 2 Associations of high-redshift quasi-stellar objects with active, low-redshift spiral galaxies. BURBIDGE G. and NAPIER W.M.
2010A&A...516A...1L 284       D     X         8 89 10 Parsec-scale properties of brightest cluster galaxies. LIUZZO E., GIOVANNINI G., GIROLETTI M., et al.
2010MNRAS.407.2207F viz 15       D               1 754 20 Structures in the fundamental plane of early-type galaxies. FRAIX-BURNET D., DUGUE M., CHATTOPADHYAY T., et al.
2011MNRAS.410.2679L 15       D               1 108 13 The ultraviolet upturn in brightest cluster galaxies. LOUBSER S.I. and SANCHEZ-BLAZQUEZ P.
2011MNRAS.412.1295M 15       D               1 79 3 The galaxy population of Abell 1367: the stellar mass–metallicity relation. MOUHCINE M., KRIWATTANAWONG W. and JAMES P.A.
2011A&A...527A.101K viz 15       D               1 360 5 The galaxy population of Abell 1367: photometric and spectroscopic data. KRIWATTANAWONG W., MOSS C., JAMES P.A., et al.
2011A&A...527A.126P viz 15       D               2 16770 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.
2009Ap.....52..482K 130       D     X         4 92 1 Clustering of galaxies on scales of ≤ 10h–1 based on the Coma, Bridge, and A 1367 clusters. KOGOSHVILI N.G., BORCHKHADZE T.M. and KALLOGHLIAN A.T.
2011Natur.480..215M 295     A     X C F     6 71 207 Two ten-billion-solar-mass black holes at the centres of giant elliptical galaxies. McCONNELL N.J., MA C.-P., GEBHARDT K., et al.
2011MNRAS.416.2840L viz 15       D               1 72552 83 The 2M++ galaxy redshift catalogue. LAVAUX G. and HUDSON M.J.
2012ApJ...750...91C viz 16       D               1 386 9 Uncovering the formation of ultracompact dwarf galaxies by multivariate statistical analysis. CHATTOPADHYAY T., SHARINA M., DAVOUST E., et al.
2012ApJS..199...26H viz 16       D               1 48921 279 The 2MASS Redshift Survey - Description and data release. HUCHRA J.P., MACRI L.M., MASTERS K.L., et al.
2012MNRAS.424..224H 117           X         3 51 40 On the hunt for ultramassive black holes in brightest cluster galaxies. HLAVACEK-LARRONDO J., FABIAN A.C., EDGE A.C., et al.
2012ApJ...755..163D 16       D               2 45 26 Sizing up partially depleted galaxy cores. DULLO B.T. and GRAHAM A.W.
2012ApJ...756..117F viz 16       D               2 386 8 The effect of the environment on the faber-jackson relation. FOCARDI P. and MALAVASI N.
2012ApJ...756..159P 41           X         1 10 46 A brightest cluster galaxy with an extremely large flat core. POSTMAN M., LAUER T.R., DONAHUE M., et al.
2012ApJ...756..179M 2848     A D S   X C F     71 30 72 Dynamical measurements of black hole masses in four brightest cluster galaxies at 100 mpc. McCONNELL N.J., MA C.-P., MURPHY J.D., et al.
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