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1959MmRAS..68...37E viz 474 264 A survey of radio sources at a frequency of 159 Mc/s. EDGE D.O., SHAKESHAFT J.R., McADAM W.B., et al.
1960PASP...72..237H 109 137 Radio source measurements at 960 MC/S. HARRIS D.E. and ROBERTS J.A.
1962AJ.....67..171G 59 18 Observations of sixty discrete sources at 1423 MC. GOLDSTEIN S.J.Jr
1962ApJS....7..141M 172 83 Brightness distribution in discrete radio sources. III. The structure of the sources. MALTBY P. and MOFFET A.T.
1963MNRAS.125..261C 161 230 The radio frequency spectra of discrete radio sources. CONWAY R.G., KELLERMANN K.I. and LONG R.J.
1963IBVS...23....1S 67 T                   1 1 13 On the light variability of object identified with the radio source
3C 273.
1963IBVS...27....1D 66 T                   1 1 1
3C 273.
1963IBVS...31....1M 66 T                   1 1 1 An attempt to detect the polarization and to evaluate the infrared stellar magnitude of the unusual variable object
3C 273.
1963MmRAS..68..163B 330 ~ The revised 3C catalogue of radio sources. BENNETT A.S.
1963Natur.197.1037H 94 T                   1 1 200 Investigation of the radio source
3C 273 by the method of lunar occultations.
1963Natur.197.1040O 72 T                   1 1 45 Absolute energy distribution in the optical spectrum of
3C 273.
1963Natur.197.1040S 164 T                   1 1 691
3C 273: a star-like object with large red-shift.
1963Natur.198..650S 82 T                   1 1 117 Light variations in the superluminous radio galaxy
3C 273.
1964AJ.....69..641M 60 62 A catalogue of linear polarization characteristics of radio sources in the wavelength range 10 to 21 cm. MORRIS D. and BERGE G.L.
1964AJ.....69..772F 42 24 Accurate right ascencions for 226 radio sources. FOMALONT E.B., MATTHEWS T.A., MORRIS D., et al.
1964ApJ...139..416S 67 T                   1 3 36 Intensity variations of 3C 48, 3C 196, and
3C 273 in optical wavelengths.
1964ApJ...140....1G 84 T                   1 2 265 The quasi-stellar radio sources 3C 48 and
3C 273.
1964ApJ...140...35M 1 53 535 A discussion of galaxies indentified with radio sources. MATTHEWS T.A., MORGAN W.W. and SCHMIDT M.
1964ApJ...140..969K 241 162 The spectra of non-thermal radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I.
1964IBVS...52....1G 66 T                   1 1 0 Investigation of the light variations of the quasi-stellar radio galaxy
3C 273 on Heidelberg plates.
1964JO.....47...93C 66 T                   1 2 0 Etude du spectre de raies de la radiosource
3C 273 dans le visible et l'ultraviolet.
1964Natur.201..755B 68 T                   1 1 17 Lunar occultation of the radio source
3C 273.
1965ApJ...141....6O 72 T                   1 2 69 The optical spectrum of
3C 273.
1965ApJ...141..336L 72 T                   1 1 31 The spectrum of
3C 273.
1965ApJ...141.1295S 2 9 125 Large redshifts of five quasi-stellar sources. SCHMIDT M.
1965MNRAS.131..159C 158 26 Observations of radio sources at 612 and 1400 Mc/s. CONWAY R.G. and LONG R.J.
1965BAN....18...42D 196 26 A catalogue of discrete sources observed at 400 Mc/s. DAVIS M.M., GELATO-VOLDERS L. and WESTERHOUT G.
1965Obs....85...67C 84 7 Some radio source flux density measurements at 178 Mc/s. CLARKE M.E.
1966ApJ...144..459W 328 283 Optical identification of radio sources in the 3C revised catalogue. WYNDHAM J.D.
1966ApJ...144..534H 1 11 71 On the nature of the quasi-stellar objects. HOYLE F. and BURBIDGE G.R.
1966ApJ...145...21C 193 62 Radio-source fringe visibilities with an interferometer of 21500-wavelength base line. CLARK B.G. and HOGG D.E.
1966ApJ...146..621K 2 8 131 On the interpretation of radio-source spectra and the evolution of radio galaxies and quasi-stellar sources. KELLERMANN K.I.
1966ApJS...13...65P viz 735 224 Positions and flux densities of radio sources. PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., WADE C.M. and HEESCHEN D.S.
1966MNRAS.131..503W 138 37 The positions and flux densities of 74 radio sources from the 3C catalogue. WILLS D. and PARKER E.A.
1966MNRAS.133...67B 16 10 1003 On the depolarization of discrete radio sources by Faraday dispersion. BURN B.J.
1966AuJPh..19...35D 541 112 The Parkes catalogue of radio sources. Declination zone 0 to +20. DAY G.A., SHIMMINS A.J., EKERS R.D., et al.
1966AuJPh..19..649S 642 54 Accurate positions of 644 radio sources. SHIMMINS A.J., CLARKE M.E. and EKERS R.D.
1966Natur.212.1224M 69 T                   1 1 15 Spectral density of the possibly random fluctuations of
3C 273.
1967AJ.....72..831S 4 7 Lunar occultations of the radio sources 3C 15, 3C 245, and MSH 12+04. SUTTON J., HAZARD C. and GULKIS S.
1967ApJ...147..449C 5 4 131 Interplanetary Scintillations. II Observations. COHEN M.H., GUNDERMANN E.J., HARDEBECK H.E., et al.
1967ApJ...148L.161L 67 T                   1 8 41 Ultrashort-period stellar oscillations. I. Results from white dwarfs, old novae, central stars of planetary nebulae,
3C 273 and Scorpius XR-1.
1967ApJ...149L..17A 14 17 Polarimetric observations of 14 quasi-stellar objects. APPENZELLER I. and HILTNER W.A.
1967ApJ...150..767C 135 91 New limits on the diameters of radio sources. COHEN M.H., GUNDERMANN E.J. and HARRIS D.E.
1967MNRAS.135..131H 2 2 32 Evidence on the isotropy of faint sources. HUGHES R.G. and LONGAIR M.S.
1967MNRAS.137...81A 12 49 Observations of twelve radio sources at a wavelength of 0.73 m with a tracking interferometer having a baseline of 180,000 wavelengths. ANDERSON B. and DONALDSON W.
1968AJ.....73..135G 626 132 Survey of radio sources observed in the continuum near 1420 MHz, declinations -5 to +70. GALT J.A. and KENNEDY J.E.D.
1968AJ.....73..298K 639 89 Measurements of the flux density of discrete radio sources at centimeter wawelengths. I. Observations at 2695 MHz. (11.3cm). KELLERMANN K.I., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and TYLER W.C.
1968AJ.....73..890B 6 8 Similarities between Seyfert galaxies, N-type galaxies, and quasistellar objets. BURBIDGE E.M.
1968AJ.....73..953P 506 86 Measurements of the flux density and spectra of discrete sources at centimeter wavelengths. II. The observations at 5 GHz (6cm). PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and KELLERMANN K.I.
1968ApJ...151..145B 11 6 411 Infrared observations of the Galactic Center. BECKLIN E.E. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1968ApJ...151..769A 67 T                   1 1 5 On the optical polarization of
3C 273.
1968ApJ...152.1101A 10 51 A compact galaxy (III Zw 2) and a compact radio galaxy (3C 120) with Seyfert-type spectra. ARP H.
1968ApJS...15..203F 534 123 The east-west structure of radio sources at 1425 MHz. FOMALONT E.B.
1968ApJS...16..373B 232 66 Brightness distributions of radio sources at 2695 MHz. BASH F.N.
1968MNRAS.138..393L 146 46 Radio source structure derived from interplanetary scintillation. LITTLE L.T. and HEWISH A.
1968MNRAS.139..289W 373 34 The radio spectra of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue -III. WILLIAMS P.J.S., COLLINS R.A., CASWELL J.L., et al.
1968PASP...80..339A 3 14 The optical variability of 3C 454.3 ANGIONE R.J.
1968PASP...80..483B 67 T                   1 6 20 UBV observations of
3C 273.
1968ARA&A...6..417K 31 169 Variable radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I. and PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K.
1968AuJPh..21...65S 18 14 Accurate positions of 210 radio sources. SHIMMINS A.J.
1968AuJPh..21..369K 88 82 A catalogue of galactic radio sources. KESTEVEN M.J.L.
1968MmSAI..39..421B 21 9 Optical monitoring of quasi stellar objects at the Observatory of Asiago. BARBIERI C. and ERCULIANI ABATI L.
1969A&A.....1..156B 17 24 Mesures de polarisation avec le radiotelescope de Nancay. Detection de polarisation circulaire dans les quasars a 2695 MHz. BIRAUD F.
1969A&A.....2..209B 9 21 Interplanetary scintillations of radiosources at 2695 MHz. BOURGOIS G.
1969A&A.....3..127M 11 3 On the forbidden line spectra of QSS. MATHEZ G.
1969A&A.....3..364B 6 1 36 On the number-magnitude relation for the Quasi-Stellar-Objects in the field 13h, +36. BRACCESI A. and FORMIGGINI L.
1969AJ.....74..827D 146 22 Flux densities of radio sources at a wavelength of 2.8 cm. DOHERTY L.H., MacLEOD J.M. and PURTON C.R.
1969ApJ...155L..71K 2 34 606 The spectra of opaque radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I. and PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K.
1969ApJ...156..815B 156 32 Polarization of discrete sources at 21.2-cm wavelength, and galactic depolarization. BOLOGNA J.M., McCLAIN E.F. and SLOANAKER R.M.
1969ApJ...157....1K 314 764 The spectra of radio sources in the revised 3C catalogue. KELLERMANN K.I., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and WILLIAMS P.J.S.
1969ApJ...157L..77B 2 4 69 Are some quasi-stellar objects associated with clusters of galaxies ? BAHCALL J.N., SCHMIDT M. and GUNN J.E.
1969MNRAS.146..213D 40 22 Interferometric observations with a baseline of 127 kilometres-I. DONALDSON W., MILEY G.K., PALMER H.P., et al.
1969MNRAS.146..313B 61 35 Long baseline interferometer, observations at 408 and 448 MHz. I. The observations. BROTEN N.W., CLARKE R.W., LEGG T.H., et al.
1969PASP...81..691B 68 T                   1 1 8 UBV observations
3C 273. II.
1969ARA&A...7..619C 37 38 High-resolution observations of radio sources. COHEN M.H.
1969AuJPh..22..237M 44 37 Accurate positions and some optical identifications for 255 radio sources between declinations +20 and -33 degres. MERKELIJN J.K.
1970A&A.....8...98H 18 31 The minimum observable diameter of radio sources. HARRIS D.E., ZEISSIG G.A. and LOVELACE R.V.
1970AJ.....75.1015M 143 26 Precise declinations and optical identifications of selected discrete radio source. MOSELEY G.F., BROOKS C.C. and DOUGLAS J.N.
1970ApJ...161..399T 74 T                   1 1 44 Power spectrum of
3C 273 light fluctuations.
1970ApJ...161..803K 78 59 High-resolution observations of compact radio sources at 13 centimeters. KELLERMANN K.I., CLARK B.G., JAUNCEY D.L., et al.
1970IzKry..41..248E 67 T                   1 1 0 Observations of
3C 273 radio source at 8 mm with the maser.
1971A&A....11..171W 321 35 A statistically complete sample of radio-sources at 1400 MHz. WITZEL A., VERON P. and VERON M.P.
1971AJ.....76....5F 354 74 Positions of 352 small-diameter radio sources. FOMALONT E.B. and MOFFET A.T.
1971AJ.....76...91C 56 43 Positions of radio sources from long-baseline interferometry. COHEN M.H. and SHAFFER D.B.
1971AJ.....76..609H 4 5 Occultation studies of 3C 245, MSH 14-121 and MSH 19-21. HAZARD C. and SUTTON J.
1971ApJ...164L..81F 1 5 47 Discovery of an X-ray source in Perseus. FRITZ G., DAVIDSEN A., MEEKINS J.F., et al.
1971ApJ...165L..27G 28 140 An X-ray scan of the galactic plane from UHURU. GIACCONI R., KELLOGG E., GORENSTEIN P., et al.
1971ApJ...165L..49K 70 T                   1 5 98 X-ray observations of the Virgo cluster, NGC 5128, and
3C 273 from the UHURU satellite.
1971ApJ...165..451D 6 4 A search for the redshifted line of neutral hydrogen in selected quasi-stellar sources, N galaxies, and Seyfert galaxies. DENT W.A.
1971ApJ...167L..81G 3 8 144 A strong X-ray source in the Coma cluster observed by UHURU. GURSKY H., KELLOGG E., MURRAY S., et al.
1971ApJ...169....1K 42 101 High-resolution observations of compact radio sources at 6 and 18 centimeters. KELLERMANN K.I., JAUNCEY D.L., COHEN M.H., et al.
1971ApJ...169..221W 39 14 Daily and hourly variations in flux density of radio sources. WILLS B.J.
1971ApJ...170..207C 1 31 225 The small-scale structure of radio galaxies and quasi-stellar sources at 3.8 centimeters. COHEN M.H., CANNON W., PURCELL G.H., et al.
1971ApJS...23..323H 98 194 An absorption-line study of the galactic neutral hydrogen at 21 centimeters wavelength. HUGHES M.P., THOMPSON A.R. and COLVIN R.S.
1971MNRAS.152..477M 128 206 The radio structure of quasars - A statistical investigation. MILEY G.K.
1971MNRAS.153..443T 20 2 Optical monitoring of radio sources - III. Further observations of quasars. TRITTON K.P. and SELMES R.A.
1971PASP...83..611D 202 88 A catalogue of quasars. DE VENY J.B., OSBORN W.H. and JANES K.
1971PASP...83..783P 29 87 Stars observed photoelectrically near quasars and related objects. PENSTON M.J., PENSTON M.V. and SANDAGE A.R.
1971ATsir.665....1L 124 3 The fast survey of the sky at frequency 8550 MHz in the range of declination +0 to +30. LARIONOV M.G., GORSHKOV A.G., POPOV M.V., et al.
1971AN....292..271J 12 5 Helligkeitsschatzungen von 12 quasistellaren Objekten auf photographischen Himmelsaufnahmen. JACKISCH G.
1971AuJPA..19....1W 797 63 The Parkes 2700 MHz survey catalogues for the ±4 declination zone and for selected regions. WALL J.V., SHIMMINS A.J. and MERKELIJN J.K.
1971PASAu...2...14H 24 1 Galactic infrared astronomy. HYLAND A.R.
1972A&A....16..379B 162 5 Results of an initial survey structure in radio sources at 81.5 MHz. BURNELL S.J.
1972A&A....21...61S 2 6 79 A survey of linear polarization at 1415 MHz. IV. Discussion of the results for the galactic spurs. SPOELSTRA T.A.T.
1972AJ.....77..405B viz 573 259 Flux densities, positions, and structures for a complete sample of intense radio sources at 1400 MHz. BRIDLE A.H., DAVIS M.M. and FOMALONT E.B.
1972AJ.....77..444B 47 13 Optical positions of forty-eight quasistellar objects. BARBIERI C., CAPACCIOLI M., GANZ R., et al.
1972AJ.....77..810B 59 38 Measurements of the integral Stockes parameters of compact radio sources. BERGE G.L. and SEIELSTAD G.A.
1972ApJ...171L..45L 1 5 35 The X-ray spectrum of NGC 5128. LAMPTON M., MARGON B., BOWYER S., et al.
1972ApJ...172..299B 30 33 High-resolution observations of compact radio sources at 13 centimeters. II. BRODERICK J.J., KELLERMANN K.I., SHAFFER D.B., et al.
1972ApJ...173L..23G 68 T                   1 5 37 On the circular polarization of HD 226868, NGC 1068, NGC 4151,
3C 273 and VY Canis Majoris.
1972ApJ...173L..99G 79 94 X-ray emission from rich clusters of galaxies. GURSKY H., SOLINGER A., KELLOGG E.M., et al.
1972ApJ...173L.113K 68 T                   1 3 26 NGC 1068,
3C 273, and Scorpius X-1: circular polarization disputed.
1972ApJ...173L.147S 1 3 30 Rapid change in the visibility function of the radio galaxy 3C 120. SHAFFER D.B., COHEN M.H., JAUNCEY D.L., et al.
1972ApJ...174..165W 1 5 30 A search for discrete sources of cosmic gamma rays of energy 10 11-10 12 eV. WEEKES T.C., FAZIO G.G., HELMKEN H.F., et al.
1972ApJ...176L..95R 62 354 Infrared photometry of extragalactic sources. RIEKE G.H. and LOW F.J.
1972ApJ...178..281G 143 336 The UHURU catalog of X-ray souces. GIACCONI R., MURRAY S., GURSKY H., et al.
1972MNRAS.156..275K 62 37 The polarization of radio sources with appreciable redshift. KRONBERG P.P., CONWAY R.G. and GILBERT J.A.
1972MNRAS.157..367H 312 61 Accurate positions of radio sources at 408 MHz. HUNSTEAD R.W.
1972IAUS...44..259D 6 0 Attempts to detect neutral hydrogen in compact objects. DENT W.A.
1973AJ.....78..353A 23 69 QSO historical light curves. ANGIONE R.J.
1973AJ.....78..536B 44 24 Observations of the linear polarization of radio sources. BIGNELL R.C. and SEAQUIST E.R.
1973AJ.....78..828K 500 88 Measurements of the flux density and spectra of discrete radio sources at centimeter wavelengths. IV. The observations at 10.7 GHz (2.8 cm). KELLERMANN K.I. and PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K.
1973AJ.....78.1030R 227 162 The low-frequency spectra of nonthermal radio sources. ROGER R.S., BRIDLE A.H. and COSTAIN C.H.
1973ApJ...179L.141K 7 34 Absence of variations in the nucleus of Virgo A. KELLERMANN K.I., CLARK B.G., COHEN M.H., et al.
1973ApJ...186..801R 12 20 Extragalactic radio sources: accurate positions from very-long-baseline interferometry observations. ROGERS A.E.E., COUNSELMAN C.C., HINTEREGGER H.F., et al.
1973PASP...85..162A 347 6 A list of quasi-stellar radio sources and quasi-stellar radio-source candidates from the 3C and 4C catalogs between declination -7 deg and +40 deg. AGNEW D. and ARP H.
1973Natur.242...70C 67 T                   1 1 ~
3C 273 - Cyclicity of optical variations.
1974AJ.....79..368G 79 11 21-cm observations in the directions of 43 hot stars and 34 X-ray sources. GRAYZECK E.J. and KERR F.J.
1974AJ.....79..437C 384 61 Intensity dependent radio spectral distributions in the Parkes 2700-MHz survey. CONDON J.J. and JAUNCEY D.L.
1974ApJ...189..137B 17 19 Pulsar flux-density spectra. BACKER D.C. and FISHER J.R.
1974ApJ...192L...3E 15 84 On the variability of the compact nonthermal sources. ELLIOT J. and SHAPIRO S.L.
1974PASP...86..873G 93 55 The degree of optical variability of quasi-stellar objects. GRANDI S.A. and TIFFT W.G.
1975A&A....42...25L 33 55 Neutral hydrogen absorption spectra. LAZAREFF B.
1975AJ.....80....1K 178 23 Radio spectra and red shifts of 179 QSOs. KRAUS J.D. and GEARHART M.R.
1975AJ.....80..271S 23 39 Time independence of the integrated Stockes parameters of compact radio sources at 5 GHz. SEIELSTAD G.A. and BERGE G.L.
1975ApJ...197...25M 2 3 38 Soft X-ray spectroscopy of three extragalactic sources. MARGON B., LAMPTON M., BOWYER S., et al.
1975ApJ...200L..13S 68 T                   1 5 11 Circular polarization of the X-ray sources Scorpius X-1, Cygnus X-1, and
3C 273.
1975ApJ...201...26B 4 12 258 Spectrophotometry of low-redshift quasi-stellar objects. BALDWIN J.A.
1975ApJ...201...82G 1 9 45 Results of a southern-hemisphere search for gamma-ray sources at Egamma > 3x1011 eV. GRINDLAY J.E., HELMKEN H.F., HANBURY BROWN R., et al.
1975ApJ...202L..63L 14 25 VLBI observations of the compact radio source in the center of the Galaxy. LO K.Y., SCHILIZZI R.T., COHEN M.H., et al.
1975MNRAS.172..181T 2 5 51 3C 219: a double radio source with a jet. TURLAND B.D.
1975MNRAS.173..381B 1 15 109 New observations of the optical spectrum of the Seyfert galaxy NGC 4151. BOKSENBERG A., SHORTRIDGE K., ALLEN D.A., et al.
1975PASP...87..149S 1 2 12 Four-color photometry of OJ 287 during its recent three-magnitude decline. SMITH A.G., SCOTT R.L., LEACOCK R.J., et al.
1975LicOB.689....1B 1 0 Theoretical emission line profiles in QSOs and Seyfert galaxies. BLUMENTHAL G.R. and MATHEWS W.G.
1975LicOB.690....1B 68 T                   1 3 0 The spectra of
3C 273 and PKS 0736+01.
1975LicOB.699....1B 8 0 Spectrophotometry of low-redshift quasi-stellar objects. BALDWIN J.A.
1975LicOB.701....1W 3 0 The nebulosity around 3C 48. WAMPLER E.J., ROBINSON L.B., BURBIDGE E.M., et al.
1975MmRAS..80....1M 340 68 Accurate positions and identifications for a complete sample of 341 radio sources from the Parkes ± 4 degres survey. McEWAN N.J., BROWNE I.W.A. and CROWTHER J.H.
1975MmSAI..46..461B 493 7 Catalogue of quasi-stellar-objects. BARBIERI C., CAPACCIOLI M. and ZAMBON M.
1975Natur.255..310C 70 T                   1 2 24 Radio brightness distribution of
3C 273.
1976AJ.....81....7S 63 40 Optical behavior of 64 extragalactic radio sources. SCOTT R.L., LEACOCK R.J., McGIMSEY B.Q., et al.
1976AJ.....81..489P 22 64 Search for correlated radio and optical events in long-term studies of extragalactic sources. POMPHREY R.B., SMITH A.G., LEACOCK R.J., et al.
1976AJ.....81..574P 412 12 Radio two-color diagram for QSOs, spiral galaxies, and BL Lac objets. PACHT E.
1976AJ.....81.1084G 212 28 Measurements of the flux densities and spectra of discrete radio sources at centimeter wavelengths. The observations at 14.9 GHz (2 cm). GENZEL R., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., PREUSS E., et al.
1976ApJ...204..315S 7 24 A measurement of fluctuations in the X-ray background by UHURU. SCHWARTZ D.A., MURRAY S.S. and GURSKY H.
1976MNRAS.175..613S 127 1 636 A theory of the instability of disk accretion on to black holes and the variability of binary X-ray sources, galactic nuclei and quasars. SHAKURA N.I. and SUNYAEV R.A.
1976MNRAS.176..275B 101 30 The radio structure of a sample of 101 quasars from the Parkes ±4 degres survey. BENTLEY M., HAVES P., SPENCER R.E., et al.
1976LicOB.729....1P 2 0 The optical spectrum of I Zwicky 1. PHILLIPS M.M.
1977A&A....55...11A 19 26 5 GHz observations of galactic supernova remnants. ANGERHOFER P.E., BECKER R.H. and KUNDU M.R.
1977A&A....59..433W 18 2 Precision estimation of precession and nutation from radio interferometric observations. WALTER H.G.
1977A&AS...27..205S 398 12 A comprehensive catalogue of quasi-stellar objects. SMITH-HAENNI A.L.
1977A&AS...30..131V 226 20 A study of the revised 3C catalogue. I. Confusion and resolution. VERON P.
1977ApJ...211...21L 70 T                   1 1 11 The small-scale structure and variability of
3C 273B.
LEGG T.H., BROTEN N.W., FORT D.N., et al.
1977ApJ...212...22M 9 21 A search for hard X-rays from five strong extragalactic radio sources. MUSHOTZKY R.F., BAITY W.A. and PETERSON L.E.
1977ApJ...214L..61K 2 4 56 The small radio source at the Galactic Center. KELLERMANN K.I., SHAFFER D.B., CLARK B.G., et al.
1977ApJ...214L..79B 68 T                   1 60 122 The digital speckle interferometer: preliminary results on 59 stars and
3C 273.
1977ApJ...217L.117W 68 T                   1 8 38 Ultraviolet observations of
3C 273 by the ANS.
1977MNRAS.179..719S 103 43 A comparative study of the properties of 3CR and 4C quasars. STANNARD D. and NEAL D.S.
1977MNRAS.181..647P 9 16 The application of maximum entropy spectral analysis to the study of short-period variable stars. PERCY J.R.
1977PASAu...3..137H 1 2 Interpretation of quasar colours in the near IR. HYLAND A.R. and SCHWARZ M.P.
1977IAUS...74...85B 4 13 Spectra of southern radio sources. BOLTON J.G.
1978A&A....67...65D 18 27 Precise optical positions of radio sources in the FK 4-system. Results from a pilot program. DE VEGT C. and GEHLICH U.K.
1978A&A....70...13M 53 1 Statistical analysis of discrepant redshift associations. II. QSO-galaxy and QSO-QSO pairs. MOLES M. and NOTTALE L.
1978A&AS...32..205C 14 51 The Nancay survey of absorption by galactic neutral hydrogen. I - Absorption towards extragalactic sources. CROVISIER J., KAZES I. and AUBRY D.
1978A&AS...34..129M 124 120 Radio intensity and polarization distributions of quasars at three frequencies. MILEY G.K. and HARTSUIJKER A.P.
1978AJ.....83..863A 105 129 A ten-year study of extragalactic variables sources at centimeter wavelengths. ANDREW B.H., MacLEOD J.M., HARVEY G.A., et al.
1978ApJ...220L..31S 68 T                   1 13 43 Imaging polarimetry of the jets of M 87 and
3C 273.
1978ApJ...222..761E 37 36 26.3 MHz radio source survey. III. Correlation with extragalactic X-ray sources. ERICKSON W.C., MATTHEWS T.A. and VINER M.R.
1978ApJ...223..747S 55 149 The nature of QSO redshifts. STOCKTON A.
1978ApJ...224L..43M 1 5 25 The spectrum and luminosity of the low-redshift QSO 0241+622. MARGON B. and KWITTER K.B.
1978ApJ...224L..67M 5 4 101 Evidence for the Zeeman effect in the OH maser emission from W3 (OH). MORAN J.M., REID M.J., LADA C.J., et al.
1978ApJ...224..835C 9 40 Interstellar scintillation evidence for relativistic expansion in low-frequency variable sources. CONDON J.J. and DENNISON B.
1978ApJ...225L...5R 1 7 44 Coordinated centimeter, millimeter, infrared, and visual polarimetry of compact nonthermal sources. RUDNICK L., OWEN F.N., JONES T.W., et al.
1978ApJ...226....1B 2 15 196 The emission-line regions of high-redshift QSOs. BALDWIN J.A.
1978ApJ...226L..53P 70 T                   1 4 40 Spectrophotometry of quasi-stellar objects at optical and infrared wavelengths: PG 0026+129 and
3C 273.
1978ApJ...226L..57B 1 2 18 The Lalpha/Hbeta/Palpha ratio in the quasar PG 0026+129. BALDWIN J.A., REES M.J., LONGAIR M.S., et al.
1978ApJS...38..187P 1 40 209 Permitted Fe II emission in Seyfert 1 galaxies and QSOs. I. Observations. PHILLIPS M.M.
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1984ApJ...280..491S 1 6 54 Emission-line profiles in low-redshift QSOs. SHUDER J.M.
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1984ApJ...281..535B 3 8 129 Spectroscopy of the nebulosity around eight high-luminosity QSOs. BOROSON T.A. and OKE J.B.
1984ApJ...282L..69T 2 3 44 High angular resolution CS (J=1-0) observations of the bipolar flow source near NGC 2071: can the CS compact cloud collimate the flow ? TAKANO T., FUKUI Y., OGAWA H., et al.
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1984ApJ...283..529P 71 T                   1 1 10 Are forbidden lines present in the optical spectrum of the QSO
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1984MNRAS.206p...5W 69 T                   1 1 ~ O I lam 8446 and Na I lam 5893 in the quasar
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1984MNRAS.207...35R 70 T                   1 11 77 8-13mu-m spectrophotometry of galaxies - II. 10 Seyferts and
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1984Afz....20..223A 4 3 Relativistic electron-photon showers in the nuclei of active galaxies and quasars. AHARONIAN F.A., VARDANIAN V.V. and KIRILLOV-UGRYUMOV V.G.
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1984Ap&SS.104..199B 4 0 A deconvolved structure of the nebulosity associated with 3C 206. BENDINELLI O., PARMEGGIANI G. and ZAVATTI F.
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1984ChA&A...8..173L 28 ~ Three Gamma-ray sources with large angular size. LI T.-P.
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1984JApA....5..495N 7 5 Faster-than-light motion in quasars. NARLIKAR J.V. and CHITRE S.M.
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1984MitAG..62..151K 4 0 Kern-Aktivittat in Wechselwirkenden Galaxien. KOLLATSCHNY W. and FRICKE K.J.
1984MitAG..62..341M 69 T                   1 1 0 Optische Morphologie, Farbe und Polarization des Jets von
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1984MitAG..62..343S 3 1 Interpretation des Quasarspektrums von GD 1339. SCHONKNECHT G. and RUPPRECHT G.
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1984PASAu...5..510W 68 2 On the variability of some Parkes radio sources. WRIGHT A.E.
1984S&T....67..119S 8 1 The frigid world of IRAS - II. SCHORN R.A.
1984IAUS..110..127B 1 7 46 VLBI monitoring of BL Lac-objects. BAATH L.B.
1984IAUS..110..135S 4 10 4C 39.25 - A contracting sources ? SHAFFER D.B.
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1984IUE84........3S 25 ~ IUE absorption line studies of highly ionized interstellar gas. SAVAGE B.D.
1984IUE84......123W 15 ~ Galactic absorption lines measured from the IUE low dispersion spectra of active galaxies. WU C.C., BLADES C.J., BOGGESS A., et al.
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1985A&A...143..431S 5 2 41 A viable mechanism to establish relativistic thermal particle distribution functions in cosmic sources. SCHLICKEISER R.
1985A&A...144L..23S 1 1 4 Uniformity of quasars in the chronometric cosmology. SEGAL I.E. and NICOLL J.F.
1985A&A...144..298B 18 11 Magnetic vortex tubes, jets and nonthermal sources. BROWNE P.F.
1985A&A...150..129C 50 15 Magneto-ionic content of compact extragalactic radio sources. CARVALHO J.C.
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1985AJ.....90...30R 87 51 Alignment of radio and optical polarization with VLBI structure. RUSK R. and SEAQUIST E.R.
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1985ApJ...288...94W 18 7 512 Broad emission features in QSOs and active galactic nuclei. II. New observations and theory of Fe II and HI emission. WILLS B.J., NETZER H. and WILLS D.
1985ApJ...288..159A 4 7 VLA observations of smooth, rapidly rotating NH3 in the Sagittarius A" 15 km.s-1 cloud. ARMSTRONG J.T., HO P.T.P. and BARRETT A.H.
1985ApJ...289...67D 27 86 Observations of the Hbeta region in some broad-line objects. DE ROBERTIS M.
1985ApJ...289..109U 72 T                   1 8 115 VLBI monitoring of the superluminal quasar
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1985ApJ...289..120S 3 11 VLBI observations of the nucleus of M 87 at two epochs. SCHMITT J.H.M.M. and REID M.J.
1985ApJ...290..130H 2 4 36 X-ray spectrum and variability of 3C 120. HALPERN J.P.
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1985ApJ...290..627J 1 16 101 Magnetic field structures in active compact radio sources. JONES T.W., RUDNICK L., ALLER H.D., et al.
1985ApJ...292L...5B 72 T                   1 2 24 Observations of
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1985ApJ...293L..11M 6 6 161 IRAS observations of Seyfert galaxies. MILEY G.K., NEUGEBAUER G. and SOIFER B.T.
1985ApJ...293..120B 1 22 155 More spectroscopy of the fuzz around QSOs: additional evidence for two types of QSO. BOROSON T.A., PERSSON S.E. and OKE J.B.
1985ApJ...295L..27N 2 5 52 A new luminosity component in 3C 48. NEUGEBAUER G., SOIFER B.T. and MILEY G.K.
1985ApJ...295..394P 2 3 24 Theoretical quasar emission-line ratios. VIII. Implications of free-free emission for QSO clouds. PUETTER R.C. and HUBBARD E.N.
1985ApJ...296..399S 5 11 Narrow-band O III imaging of the QSO 4C 18.68 : a tidal tail revealed ? SHARA M.M., MOFFAT A.F.J. and ALBRECHT R.
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1985ApJ...296..458L 26 31 Strong source VLBI observations at 22 GHz. LAWRENCE C.R., READHEAD A.C.S., LINFIELD R.P., et al.
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1985ApJ...298..448W 75 88 Optical selection effects that bias quasar evolution studies. WAMPLER E.J. and PONZ D.
1985ApJ...299..109M 24 1 97 The evolution of optically selected quasars with z < 2.2 and B <20. MARSHALL H.L.
1985ApJS...57..693R 28 23 Broad-band polarization observations of active compact radio sources. RUDNICK L., JONES T.W., ALLER H.D., et al.
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1985MNRAS.212..601V 55 6 Interplanetary scintillation observations of 57 flat-spectrum sources at 327 MHz. VIJAYANARASIMHA U., ANANTHAKRISHNAN S. and SWARUP G.
1985MNRAS.213..777A 1 14 91 8-13 mu-m spectrophotometry of galaxies - IV. Six more Seyferts and 3C 345. AITKEN D.K. and ROCHE P.F.
1985MNRAS.215..417C 4 5 Accretion noise in active galactic nuclei. CRUISE A.M. and DODDS P.M.
1985MNRAS.215..799M 11 30 The gaseous environments of double radio galaxies. MILLER L., LONGAIR M.S., FABBIANO G., et al.
1985MNRAS.216...63N 2 8 91 Quasar discs - I. The Baldwin effect. NETZER H.
1985MNRAS.216..173W viz 223 312 Bright extragalactic radio sources at 2.7 GHz- III. The all-sky catalogue. WALL J.V. and PEACOCK J.A.
1985MNRAS.216..679F 73 T                   1 1 16 MERLIN radio observations of the quasar
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1985MNRAS.217..281G 2 3 26 Thermal and non-thermal emission from NGC 1275 (3C 84). GEAR W.K., GEE G., ROBSON E.I., et al.
1985PASP...97..118C 73 T                   1 1 16 Recent photographic monitoring of
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1985PASP...97..395S 72 T                   1 1 13 A flare in the optical spectrum of
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1985PASP...97..734M 30 28 On the asymmetry of broad-line H-beta emission in Seyfert 1 galaxies. MEYERS K.A. and PETERSON B.M.
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1985PASP...97.1158S 1 17 71 Continuum and line fluxes of OJ 287 at minimum light. SITKO M.L. and JUNKKARINEN V.T.
1985AISAO..20...78S 69 T                   1 7 0 Radiosources near 3C 84 and
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1985AZh....62..160B 8 1 On the arrangement of the time service at the Crimea-Pushchino radio interferometer. BLINOV N.S., ZHAROV V.E., KOGAN L.R., et al.
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1985AZh....62..816L 6 1 Measurements of the Earth's rotation parameters and the love numbers h, l, and k by an astrometric very long baseline interferometer. LIPATOV B.N. and SIZOV A.S.
1985AZh....62.1024Z 4 0 The determination of the baseline of the Simeiz-Pushchino interferometer. ZHAROV V.E., KOGAN L.R. and FEDOSEEV E.N.
1985Ap&SS.111...97C 1 0 The infrared emission of quasars. CARVALHO J.C.
1985Ap&SS.115..107S 168 1 Redshifts of the brightest X-ray QSO's. SAPRE A.K. and MISHRA V.D.
1985Ap&SS.117..293S 5 2 'Nomadic' nuclei of galaxies. SIL'CHENKO O.K. and LIPUNOV V.M.
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1985BAAS...17Z.576W 2 ~ Further results on QSO soft X-ray spectra. WILKES B.J. and ELVIS M.
1985BAAS...17..831S 69 T                   1 1 1 X-ray emission from the jet in
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1985BAAS...17Q.856S 1 0 The gamma-ray background from a superposition of quasar jet sources. SADUN A.C.
1985BAAS...17..889S 10 0 A minimum rate of change analysis of X-ray variability in active galactic nuclei. SCHWARTZ D.A.
1985IzPul.203...28K 57 0 Astrometry from optical positions of extragalactic radio sources. KUMKOVA I.I.
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1985JApA....6...49S 15 1 An X-ray Hubble diagram for quasi-stellar objects. SAPRE A.K. and MISHRA V.D.
1985MitAG..63...21D 5 5 The gaseous galactic halo. DE BOER K.S.
1985Natur.314..425F 70 T                   1 4 31 The radio jet of the quasar
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1985Natur.316..524C 70 T                   1 2 14 Ultraviolet continuum variability of the quasar
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1985Natur.318..343D 85 T                   1 1 67 Radio emission from the jet and lobe of
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1985Obs...105....1R 2 0 Results from the IRAS survey. ROWAN-ROBINSON M.
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1985SSRv...40..559M 16 18 X-ray timing and spectral observations of active galactic nuclei. McHARDY I.
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1985S&W....24..315F 6 0 Quasargalaxien. FRIED J.
1985S&W....24..588W 9 0 Ergebnisse der Radiointerferometrie. WITZEL A.
1986A&A...154...15R 83 T                   1 1 52 CCD photo-polarimetry of the jet of
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1986A&A...156....1W 50 28 Optical astrometry of extragalactic radio sources. WALTER H.G. and WEST R.M.
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1986A&A...161...85B 18 4 Gamma-ray observations and relativistic jets in active galactic nuclei. BASSANI L. and DEAN A.J.
1986A&A...164L..25K 12 4 Identification of quasi-stellar objects in the IRAS catalogue. KIDGER M.R. and BECKMAN J.E.
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1986A&A...166...27C 39 92 The emission spectrum of active galactic nuclei. II. High column density photoionization models and low ionization lines. COLLIN-SOUFFRIN S., DUMONT S., JOLY M., et al.
1986A&A...167L...1A 1 5 24 A warm molecular core associated with the compact HII region G 34.3+0.2. ANDERSSON M. and GARAY G.
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1986AJ.....91..231W 37 12 Daily observations of compact radio sources in 1983. WALTMAN E.B., GELDZAHLER B.J., JOHNSTON K.J., et al.
1986AJ.....91.1038M 402 50 VLBI observations of 416 extragalactic radio sources. MORABITO D.D., NIELL A.E., PRESTON R.A., et al.
1986AJ.....91.1456R 25 25 Celestial reference coordinate systems : submilliarcsecond precision demonstrated with VLBI observations. ROBERTSON D.S., FALLON F.W. and CARTER W.E.
1986AJ.....92...94C 62 61 Radio identifications of IRAS point sources with b>30. CONDON J.J. and BRODERICK J.J.
1986AJ.....92..691T 42 57 Galaxy clustering in QSO fields at z = 1-1.5: evidence for galaxy luminosity evolution. TYSON J.A.
1986AJ.....92.1020M 87 49 Radio-source positions from VLBI. MA C., CLARK T.A., RYAN J.W., et al.
1986AJ.....92.1030M 74 T                   1 1 19 Light variations in
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1987ApJ...313..164O 1 3 23 The origin of the photoionizing continuum of active galactic nuclei and quasars. O'DELL S.L., SCOTT H.A. and STEIN W.A.
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1987ApJ...314...70R 3 4 50 A bright optical synchrotron counterpart of the western hot spot in Pictor A. ROESER H.-J. and MEISENHEIMER K.
1987ApJ...315...74W 1 35 207 The continuum of type I Seyfert galaxies. I. A single form modified by the effects of dust. WARD M., ELVIS M., FABBIANO G., et al.
1987ApJ...315L..89C 70 T                   1 12 41 Evolution of
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1987ApJ...315..180B 6 6 162 The integrated ultraviolet radiation field from QSOs. BECHTOLD J., WEYMANN R.J., LIN Z., et al.
1987ApJ...315..420S 1 10 50 An upper limit on the flux of extraterrestrial neutrinos. SVOBODA R., BIONTA R.M., BLEWITT G., et al.
1987ApJ...316L..11H 1 5 30 IRAS 23060+0505: a highly obscured 3.3 x 10 12 L solar mass active galaxy. HILL G.J., WYNN-WILLIAMS C.G. and BECKLIN E.E.
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1987ApJ...316..243V 7 3 92 The dispersal of dense protostellar material: NH3 hot cores and outflows in Sagittarius B2. VOGEL S.N., GENZEL R. and PALMER P.
1987ApJ...316..584S 1 58 243 Extended emission-line regions around QSOs. STOCKTON A. and MacKENTY J.W.
1987ApJ...318..568S 8 5 Use of a minimum rate of change formalism to quantify variability of extragalactic X-ray sources. SCHWARTZ D.A.
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1987ApJ...321L..11H 12 39 Superluminal motion in the double-lobed quasar 3C 245. HOUGH D.H. and READHEAD A.C.S.
1987ApJ...321L..23W 1 8 46 Is optical Fe II emission related to the soft X-ray properties of quasars ? WILKES B.J., ELVIS M. and McHARDY I.
1987ApJ...322...74B 10 15 VLBI structure of 3C 84 at 89 GHz. BACKER D.C., WRIGHT M.C.H., PLAMBECK R.L., et al.
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1987MNRAS.226..485C 18 14 An archival study of IUE observations of low-redshift quasars. CHENG F.H. and FANG L.Z.
1987MNRAS.226..601B 136 129 Beaming and the X-ray, optical and radio properties of quasars. BROWNE I.W.A. and MURPHY O.V.
1987MNRAS.227..403S 14 5 292 Non-thermal pair production in compact X-ray sources : first-order Compton cascades in soft radiation fields. SVENSSON R.
1987MNRAS.228p..35S 70 T                   1 2 ~ Optical polarization in the jet of
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1987MNRAS.228..623P 70 T                   1 5 15
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1987PASP...99..309L 3 10 134 Classification of active galaxies and the prospect of a unified phenomenology. LAWRENCE A.
1987AcASn..28..173Z 5 0 Precision of baseline measurement influenced by the structure of compact radio sources. ZHANG F.-J. and ZHOU R.-X.
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1987Afz....27..499Z 2 0 The two phases in the interstellar media in the nebulae near quasars. ZENTSOVA A.S.
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1987Ap&SS.132...65A 2 6 Estimates of proton energies in extragalactic radio sources. ANYAKOHA M.W., OKEKE P.N. and OKOYE S.E.
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1987Ap&SS.133..149P 4 1 Probability approach to the ballistic models of superluminal radio sources. PANDEY S.N.
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1987BAAS...19..718B 2 1 Hot dust and the near-IR bump in active galactic nuclei. BARVAINIS R.
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1987QJRAS..28..481B 18 11 Isaac Newton telescope observations 1984-6. BENN C.R. and MARTIN R.
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1987RMxAA..14...97B 4 3 Long term variability of radio sources in the frequencies of 22 GHz and 44 Ghz. BOTTI L.C.L. and ABRAHAM Z.
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1987S&T....73...13T 3 ~ IRAS and the quasars. TRESCH-FIENBERG R.
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1987IAUS..121..317R 16 1 Multifrequency observations of blazars. ROBSON E.I., GEAR W.K. and BROWN L.M.J.
1987IAUS..121..537R 3 1 The thermal component of the Seyfert galaxy NGC 1275. ROBSON E.I. and GEAR W.K.
1987IAUS..124..479A 24 4 Observations requiring a non-standard approach. ARP H.
1987IAUS..124..537P 46 2 Search for structural changes in the cores of 'nearby' radio galaxies. PREUSS E. and ALEF W.
1988A&A...192...77K 4 1 SC 2059-247: no evidence for cluster evolution or extreme X-ray properties. KAASTRA J.S. and DE KORTE P.A.J.
1988A&A...192...87J 13 25 Contribution of Fe II to the asymmetry of H-beta in active galactic nuclei. JOLY M.
1988A&A...193...40G 32 8 A determination of the 408-MHz log N-log S from the B3 radio sources catalogue. GRUEFF G.
1988A&A...194...65B 8 1 35 The ionizing continua of active galactic nuclei: are power laws really necessary ? BINETTE L., ROBINSON A. and COURVOISIER T.J.-L.
1988A&A...194..116M 1 4 28 Small-scale NH3 clumping in M 17. MASSI M., CHURCHWELL E. and FELLI M.
1988A&A...197...59L 3 2 Variability of QSO 0241+622 in the near infrared. LORENZETTI D., MASSARO E., PEROLA G.C., et al.
1988A&A...198...87F 12 30 Quantitative analysis of the optical jet in the QSO 3C 273. FRAIX-BURNET D. and NIETO J.-L.
1988A&A...199..105H 1 3 17 The O III 5007 and H-alpha structure of the radio galaxy 3C 120. HUA C.T.
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1988A&A...203L...9C 4 5 95 CO emission in NGC 4438 : a case for tidal stripping ? COMBES F., DUPRAZ C., CASOLI F., et al.
1988A&A...204...21U 6 1 26 Variations of the ultraviolet spectrum of 3C 273 : 9 years of IUE data. ULRICH M.-H., COURVOISIER T.J.-L. and WAMSTEKER W.
1988A&A...205...19C 7 2 58 Thick Compton-heated media: a solution for the Fe II problem in active galactic nuclei ? COLLIN-SOUFFRIN S., HAMEURY J.-M. and JOLY M.
1988A&A...205...53P 54 143 Mass-luminosity relationships and accretion rates for Seyfert 1 galaxies and quasars. PADOVANI P. and RAFANELLI P.
1988A&A...206..227D 96 29 The link between IRAS spectra and near-infrared emission features in external galaxies. DESERT F.X. and DENNEFELD M.
1988A&AS...72..347S 1 9 50 Optical monitoring of quasars and BL Lac objects. SILLANPAA A., HAARALA S. and KOHONEN T.
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1988AJ.....95..237D 109 32 U.S. Naval Observatory parallaxes of faint stars, list VIII. DAHN C.C., HARRINGTON R.S., KALLARAKAL V.V., et al.
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1988AJ.....96..465B 2 1 8 Long-term variability of 3C 273 at 22 and 44 GHz. BOTTI L.C.L. and ABRAHAM Z.
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1988AJ.....96.1731R 35 26 Microarcsecond optical astrometry: an instrument and its astrophysical applications. REASENBERG R.D., BABCOCK R.W., CHANDLER J.F., et al.
1988ApJ...324..767W 45 107 X-ray observations of IRAS selected Seyfert galaxies and obscuration of the broad-line region. WARD M.J., DONE C., FABIAN A.C., et al.
1988ApJ...324..920K 5 4 82 The observed structure of the accretion flow around G 10.6-0.4 KETO E.R., HO P.T.P. and HASCHICK A.D.
1988ApJ...324.1056M 2 9 103 Astrophysical implications and observational prospects of X-ray polarimetry. MESZAROS P., NOVICK R., CHANAN G.A., et al.
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1988ApJ...327...60O 1 2 8 Flat-spectrum, variable radio sources. O'DELL S.L.
1988ApJ...328L..35S 12 12 576 Warm ultraluminous galaxies in the IRAS survey: the transition from galaxy to quasar ? SANDERS D.B., SOIFER B.T., ELIAS J.H., et al.
1988ApJ...329....1C 32 43 Expanding quasars and the expansion of the Universe. COHEN M.H., BARTHEL P.D., PEARSON T.J., et al.
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1988ApJ...329L..61W 6 12 Evolution of the sub-milliarcsecond nucleus of 3C 84 at 100 GHz. WRIGHT M.C.H., BACKER D.C., CARLSTROM J.E., et al.
1988ApJ...329L..81P 4 2 32 CCD photometry of the M 87 jet. PEREZ-FOURNON I., COLINA L., GONZALEZ-SERRANO J.I., et al.
1988ApJ...329...97A 5 9 Radio emission from large-scale radio jets. ANYAKOHA M.W., OKEKE P.N. and OKOYE S.E.
1988ApJ...329..532K 1 15 83 The optical continua of extragalactic radio jets. KEEL W.C.
1988ApJ...330L...5Y 4 6 The origin of the extragalactic gamma-ray background in the 35-100 MeV range. YOUNG E.C.M. and YU K.N.
1988ApJ...330..168X 4 0 Apparent velocities of sources moving in the gravitational field of a Kerr black hole. XIANG S.-P., KIANG T. and ZHANG J.-L.
1988ApJ...330..751P 41 55 Calcium infrared triplet emission in active galactic nuclei. PERSSON S.E.
1988ApJ...332L..19E 1 5 22 The submillimeter spectra break in Seyfert galaxies. ENGARGIOLA G., HARPER D.A., ELVIS M., et al.
1988ApJ...332..163S 25 1 100 Broad emission lines from the mass-loss envelopes of giants stars in active galactic nuclei. SCOVILLE N. and NORMAN C.
1988ApJ...332..543H 20 1 80 Models of the quasar population: II. The effects of dust obscuration. HEISLER J. and OSTRIKER J.P.
1988ApJ...334...95R 28 58 Jet precession in active galaxies. ROOS N.
1988ApJ...334..722O 16 14 On the high-energy gamma-ray signature of cosmic-ray sources. ORMES J.F., OEZEL M.E. and MORRIS D.J.
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