NVSS J160914+653229 , the SIMBAD biblio

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1995ApJ...447L...5M 6 7 133 1608+656 : a quadruple-lens system found in the CLASS gravitational lens survey. MYERS S.T., FASSNACHT C.D., DJORGOVSKI S.G., et al.
1995ApJ...447L...9S 8 16 Radio observations of the quadruple lens 1608+656. SNELLEN I.A.G., DE BRUYN A.G., SCHILIZZI R.T., et al.
1996ApJ...460L.103F 74 T                   8 53
1608+656: A gravitationally lensed poststarburst radio galaxy.
1996ApJ...466..638K 7 18 378 Is there a cosmological constant? KOCHANEK C.S.
1996ApJ...472L...1W 36   K                 11 20 Using quadruple lenses to probe the structure of the lensing galaxy. WITT H.J.
1996ApJ...473..595K 3 8 72 The flat-spectrum radio luminosity function, gravitational lensing, galaxy ellipticities, and cosmology. KOCHANEK C.S.
1996ApJ...473..610K 9 12 Proper motions of VLBI lenses, inertial frames, and the evolution of peculiar velocities. KOCHANEK C.S., KOLATT T.S. and BARTELMANN M.
1997ApJ...475..457I 19 48 A measurement of the cosmological constant using elliptical galaxies as strong gravitational lenses. IM M., GRIFFITHS R.E. and RATNATUNGA K.U.
1997ApJ...489..476P 31 25 Curvature of the universe and observed gravitational lens image separations versus redshift. PARK M. and GOTT III J.R.
1997MNRAS.291..211W 1 11 45 Probing the structure of lensing galaxies with quadruple lenses: the effect of 'external' shear. WITT H.J. and MAO S.
1997A&G....38e..10W 11 7 The quest for the golden lens. WILLIAMS L.L.R. and SCHECHTER P.L.
1998A&A...334L..33J 24 35 Lensing galaxies: light or dark? JACKSON N., HELBIG P., BROWNE I., et al.
1998A&AS..131..435S 116 60 A new sample of faint Gigahertz Peaked Spectrum radio sources. SNELLEN I.A.G., SCHILIZZI R.T., DE BRUYN A.G., et al.
1998ApJ...494...47F 206 215 Limits on cosmological models from radio-selected gravitational lenses. FALCO E.E., KOCHANEK C.S. and MUNOZ J.A.
1998ApJ...503...48B 4 2 26 Effects of disks on gravitational lensing by spiral galaxies. BARTELMANN M. and LOEB A.
1998ApJ...509L..13D 37   K                 4 15 The magnification invariant of simple galaxy lens models. DALAL N.
1998ApJ...509..551I 1 26 113 An infrared EINSTEIN ring in the gravitational lens PG 1115+080. IMPEY C.D., FALCO E.E., KOCHANEK C.S., et al.
1998ApJ...509..561K 2 27 175 The optical properties of gravitational lens galaxies as a probe of galaxy structure and evolution KEETON C.R., KOCHANEK C.S. and FALCO E.E.
1998MNRAS.296..483J 1 9 50 B0712+472: a new radio four-image gravitational lens. JACKSON N., NAIR S., BROWNE I.W.A., et al.
1998MNRAS.298..395H 11 4 The DELTA-theta-zs relation for gravitational lenses as a cosmological test. HELBIG P.
1998MNRAS.301..310S 3 6 55 The complex gravitational lens system B1933+503. SYKES C.M., BROWNE I.W.A., JACKSON N.J., et al.
1998MNRAS.301..315N 13 19 Modelling the 10-image lensed system B1933+503. NAIR S.
1999A&A...342..353C 1 6 24 Cosmological parameters from statistics of strongly lensed radio sources. COORAY A.R.
1999AJ....117..658F 1 14 78 B2045+265: a new four-image gravitational lens from CLASS. FASSNACHT C.D., BLANDFORD R.D., COHEN J.G., et al.
1999AJ....117.2565M 20 55 CLASS B1152+199 and B1359+154: two new gravitational lens systems discovered in the cosmic lens all-sky survey. MYERS S.T., RUSIN D., FASSNACHT C.D., et al.
1999AJ....118..654M 13 31 CLASS B1555+375: a new four-image gravitational lens system. MARLOW D.R., MYERS S.T., RUSIN D., et al.
1999ApJ...510...42C 1 17 101 New limits on a cosmological constant from statistics of gravitational lensing. CHIBA M. and YOSHII Y.
1999ApJ...514..587C 9 16 Hubble space telescope observations of the gravitationally lensed cloverleaf broad absorption line QSO H1413+1143: modeling the lens. CHAE K.-H. and TURNSHEK D.A.
1999ApJ...520..479B 1 7 39 A reassessment of the data and models of the gravitational lens Q0957+561. BARKANA R., LEHAR J., FALCO E.E., et al.
1999ApJ...527..498F 109 T K                 22 65 A determination of H0 with the CLASS gravitational lens
B1608+656. I. Time delay measurements with the VLA.
1999ApJ...527..513K 111 T K                 13 85 A determination of H0 with the CLASS gravitational lens
B1608+656. II. Mass models and the Hubble constant from lensing.
1999MNRAS.304..349B 6 7 128 Time delay for the gravitational lens system B0218+357. BIGGS A.D., BROWNE I.W.A., HELBIG P., et al.
2000A&A...356..391K 1 12 66 A time-delay determination from VLA light curves of the CLASS gravitational lens B1600+434. KOOPMANS L.V.E., DE BRUYN A.G., XANTHOPOULOS E., et al.
2000AJ....119..439W 39   K                 9 83 Pixelated lenses and H0 from time-delay quasars. WILLIAMS L.L.R. and SAHA P.
2000AJ....120.2868W 12 31 PMN J1838-3427: a new gravitationally lensed quasar. WINN J.N., HEWITT J.N., SCHECHTER P.L., et al.
2000ApJ...533L..89R 12 14 Adaptive optics imaging of the CLASS gravitational lens system B1359+154 with the Canada-France-Hawaii telescope. RUSIN D., HALL P.B., NICHOL R.C., et al.
2000ApJ...535..692K 32 19 The infrared Einstein ring in the gravitational lens MG J1131+0456 and the death of the dusty lens hypothesis. KOCHANEK C.S., FALCO E.E., IMPEY C.D., et al.
2000ApJ...537..697K 12 18 Gravitational lenses with more than four images. I. Classification of caustics. KEETON C.R., MAO S. and WITT H.J.
2000ApJ...542...74K 1 11 58 The host galaxy of the lensed quasar Q0957+561. KEETON C.R., FALCO E.E., IMPEY C.D., et al.
2000ApJ...543..131K 56 152 The fundamental plane of gravitational lens galaxies and the evolution of early-type galaxies in low-density environments. KOCHANEK C.S., FALCO E.E., IMPEY C.D., et al.
2000ApJ...544...98W 1 13 70 Analytic time delays and H0 estimates for gravitational lenses. WITT H.J., MAO S. and KEETON C.R.
2000ApJ...545..578C 12 32 Further investigation of the time delay, magnification ratios, and variability in the gravitational lens 0218+357. COHEN A.S., HEWITT J.N., MOORE C.B., et al.
2001AJ....121...21B 151 47 The distribution of redshifts in new samples of quasi-stellar objects. BURBIDGE G. and NAPIER W.M.
2001AJ....122..585S 2 3 24 Beware the nonuniqueness of EINSTEIN rings. SAHA P. and WILLIAMS L.L.R.
2001AJ....122..591R 28 14 The new two-image gravitational lens system CLASS B2319+051. RUSIN D., MARLOW D.R., NORBURY M., et al.
2001ApJ...547...50K 1 24 92 The importance of EINSTEIN rings. KOCHANEK C.S., KEETON C.R. and McLEOD B.A.
2001ApJ...549L..33R 2 13 86 Constraints on the inner mass profiles of lensing galaxies from missing odd images. RUSIN D. and MA C.-P.
2001ApJ...553..709R 1 20 71 Why is the fraction of four-image radio lens systems so high? RUSIN D. and TEGMARK M.
2001ApJ...554.1227H 10 22 Lensing properties of scale-free galaxies. HUNTER C. and EVANS N.W.
2001ApJ...557..594R 23 49 B1359+154: a six-image lens produced by a z ≃ 1 compact group of galaxies. RUSIN D., KOCHANEK C.S., NORBURY M., et al.
2001ApJ...558..119C 24 27 Chandra detects a rapid flare in the gravitationally lensed mini-broad absorption line QSO RX J0911.4+0551. CHARTAS G., DAI X., GALLAGHER S.C., et al.
2001MNRAS.320..401Z 1 6 24 Systematic uncertainties in gravitational lensing models: a semi-analytical study of PG1115+080. ZHAO H. and PRONK D.
2001MNRAS.325..273X 16 0 IRAM observations of JVAS/CLASS gravitational lenses. XANTHOPOULOS E., COMBES F. and WIKLIND T.
2001MNRAS.325.1097G 7 14 The distance-redshift equation in quintessence cosmology and the estimation of H0 through time delays. GIOVI F. and AMENDOLA L.
2001MNRAS.326.1403P 1 11 41 Determination of time delay from the gravitational lens B1422+231. PATNAIK A.R. and NARASIMHA D.
2001PASA...18..179K 5 10 The Hubble Constant from (CLASS) gravitational lenses. KOOPMANS L.V.E. (The CLASS Collaboration)
2002A&A...382..792C 1 4 18 A new method for the estimate of H0 from quadruply imaged gravitational lens systems. CARDONE V.F., CAPOZZIELLO S., RE V., et al.
2002A&A...383...71B 3 7 77 An optical time-delay for the lensed BAL quasar HE 2149-2745. BURUD I., COURBIN F., MAGAIN P., et al.
2002ApJ...571..712B 46 44 A submillimeter survey of gravitationally lensed quasars. BARVAINIS R. and IVISON R.
2002ApJ...572...25D 10 11 330 Direct detection of cold dark matter substructure. DALAL N. and KOCHANEK C.S.
2002ApJ...578...25K 4 8 116 What do gravitational lens time delays measure? KOCHANEK C.S.
2002ApJ...581..823F 111 T K                 28 87 A determination of H0with the CLASS gravitational lens
B1608+656. III. A significant improvement in the of the time delay measurements.
2002MNRAS.332..951W 39   K                 5 41 Degeneracies and scaling relations in general power-law models for gravitational lenses. WUCKNITZ O.
2002MNRAS.337...26L 9 14 An investigation of gravitational lens determinations of H0in quintessence cosmologies. LEWIS G.F. and IBATA R.A.
2002A&ARv..10..263C 59 26 Gravitational lensing in quasar samples. CLAESKENS J.-F. and SURDEJ J.
2002BASI...30..723N 9 1 Time delay in gravitational lens systems and cosmological parameters. NARASIMHA D.
2002PhRvL..89o1301C 2 15 101 Constraints on cosmological parameters from the analysis of the cosmic lens all sky survey radio-selected gravitational lens statistics. CHAE K.-H., BIGGS A.D., BLANDFORD R.D., et al.
2002AAS...201.8009F 73 T                   2 0 Small groups of galaxies associated with the gravitational lenses
CLASS B1608+656 and CLASS B1600+434.
2003A&A...404...83N 7 9 A probability theoretical access to extragalactic microlensing. NEINDORF B.
2003ApJ...583...49K 1 11 43 Gravitational lens time delays in cold dark matter. KOCHANEK C.S.
2003ApJ...584..100S 38   K                 5 15 The gravitational lens
B1608+656. I. V-, I-, and H-band Hubble space telescope imaging.
2003ApJ...587..143R 62 118 The evolution of a mass-selected sample of early-type field galaxies. RUSIN D., KOCHANEK C.S., FALCO E.E., et al.
2003ApJ...595...29R 45 118 Self-similar models for the mass profiles of early-type lens galaxies. RUSIN D., KOCHANEK C.S. and KEETON C.R.
2003ApJ...595..712K 1 11 43 Extrinsic radio variability of JVAS/CLASS gravitational lenses. KOOPMANS L.V.E., BIGGS A., BLANDFORD R.D., et al.
2003ApJ...598..138K 1 23 103 Identifying lenses with small-scale structure. I. Cusp lenses. KEETON C.R., GAUDI B.S. and PETTERS A.O.
2003ApJ...599...70K 2 13 87 The Hubble constant from the gravitational lens B1608+656. KOOPMANS L.V.E., TREU T., FASSNACHT C.D., et al.
2003MNRAS.341....1M viz 2 26 216 The Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey - I. Source selection and observations. MYERS S.T., JACKSON N.J., BROWNE I.W.A., et al.
2003MNRAS.343..639O 78 60 The redshift distribution of gravitational lenses revisited: constraints on galaxy mass evolution. OFEK E.O., RIX H.-W. and MAOZ D.
2003MNRAS.344.1029D 14 20 Strong lensing constraints on the velocity dispersion and density profile of elliptical galaxies. DAVIS A.N., HUTERER D. and KRAUSS L.M.
2004ApJ...604L...5M 2 13 83 Anomalous flux ratios in gravitational lenses: for or against cold dark matter? MAO S., JING Y., OSTRIKER J.P., et al.
2004ApJ...607L..71C 15 43 Constraints on scalar-field dark energy from the Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey gravitational lens statistics. CHAE K.-H., CHEN G., RATRA B., et al.
2004ApJ...610...69K 2 19 142 Tests for substructure in gravitational lenses. KOCHANEK C.S. and DALAL N.
2004ApJ...611..739T 4 19 254 Massive dark matter halos and evolution of early-type galaxies to z ~ 1. TREU T. and KOOPMANS L.V.E.
2004MNRAS.354..343T 13 11 Lens modelling and estimate of H0in quadruply lensed systems. TORTORA C., PIEDIPALUMBO E. and CARDONE V.F.
2004PhT....57f..45K 11 0 Gravitational lenses. KOOPMANS L.V.E. and BLANDFORD R.D.
2005ApJ...622...81M 3 15 91 Improved cosmological constraints from gravitational lens statistics. MITCHELL J.L., KEETON C.R., FRIEMAN J.A., et al.
2005ApJ...622..106O 25 42 Discovery of two gravitationally lensed quasars with image separations of 3" from the sloan digital sky survey. OGURI M., INADA N., HENNAWI J.F., et al.
2005ApJ...623L...5F 42 66 Stellar and total mass in early-type lensing galaxies. FERRERAS I., SAHA P. and WILLIAMS L.L.R.
2005ApJ...623..666R 5 12 128 The evolution and structure of early-type field galaxies: a combined statistical analysis of gravitational lenses. RUSIN D. and KOCHANEK C.S.
2005ApJ...624....7M 50 9 Peculiar velocity and deaberration of the sky. MENZIES D. and MATHEWS G.J.
2005ApJ...625..633D viz 23 13 Chandra observations of the gravitational lenses B1600+434 and B1608+656. DAI X. and KOCHANEK C.S.
2005ApJ...630..764C 43 13 Constraints on the velocity dispersion function of early-type galaxies from the statistics of strong gravitational lensing. CHAE K.-H.
2005ApJ...635...35K 30 52 Identifying lenses with small-scale structure. II. Fold lenses. KEETON C.R., GAUDI B.S. and PETTERS A.O.
2005MNRAS.356..937S 7 7 Constraints on a quintessence model from gravitational lensing statistics. SERENO M.
2005MNRAS.357..124Y 1 18 50 The Hubble constant from the gravitational lens CLASS B0218+357 using the Advanced Camera for Surveys. YORK T., JACKSON N., BROWNE I.W.A., et al.
2006AJ....132..999O viz 1 21 75 The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Quasar Lens Search. I. Candidate selection algorithm. OGURI M., INADA N., PINDOR B., et al.
2006ApJ...641..169M viz 385 67 A spectroscopic study of the environments of gravitational lens galaxies. MOMCHEVA I., WILLIAMS K., KEETON C., et al.
2006ApJ...642...30F 38   K     O           12 41 Mass along the line of sight to the gravitational lens B1608+656: galaxy groups and implications for H0. FASSNACHT C.D., GAL R.R., LUBIN L.M., et al.
2006ApJ...646...85W 27 39 First results from a photometric survey of strong gravitational lens environments. WILLIAMS K.A., MOMCHEVA I., KEETON C.R., et al.
2006MNRAS.366...39S 37   K                 8 15 The anatomy of a quadruply imaged gravitational lens system. SUYU S.H. and BLANDFORD R.D.
2006MNRAS.367.1543P 10 6 Rotation in gravitational lenses. PEN U.-L. and MAO S.
2006ApJ...650L..17S 1 24 51 The Hubble time inferred from 10 time delay lenses. SAHA P., COLES J., MACCIO A.V., et al.
2006ApJ...651..667F 39   K                 4 16 Three gravitational lenses for the price of one: enhanced strong lensing through galaxy clustering. FASSNACHT C.D., McKEAN J.P., KOOPMANS L.V.E., et al.
2006MNRAS.373.1369C 27 15 Constraints on the velocity profiles of galaxies from strong lensing statistics and semi-analytical modelling of galaxy formation. CHAE K.-H., MAO S. and KANG X.
2007ApJ...660....1O 1 46 101 Gravitational lens time delays: a statistical assessment of lens model dependences and implications for the global Hubble constant. OGURI M.
2007MNRAS.382..308K 39           X         1 3 6 Probing galactic dark matter in dense environments: on the strong lensing efficiency of galaxies in rich clusters. KING L.J.
2008MNRAS.385.2107S 115           X         3 6 18 The effect of satellite galaxies on gravitational lensing flux ratios. SHIN E.M. and EVANS N.W.
2008ApJ...681.1017F viz 1531       D S   X C       39 34 21 The X-ray properties of moderate-redshift galaxy groups selected by association with gravitational lenses. FASSNACHT C.D., KOCEVSKI D.D., AUGER M.W., et al.
2008A&A...487..831Z 77           X         2 11 24 Testing the DGP model with gravitational lensing statistics. ZHU Z.-H. and SERENO M.
2008ApJ...685..725W 33 9 Lensed image angles: new statistical evidence for substructure. WILLIAMS L.L.R., FOLEY P., FARNSWORTH D., et al.
2008MNRAS.391..959B 114           X         3 5 8 Luminous satellite galaxies in gravitational lenses. BRYAN S.E., MAO S. and KAY S.T.
2009ApJ...691..277S 2123 T   A S   X C       53 7 43 Dissecting the gravitational lens
B1608+656. I. Lens potential reconstruction.
2009A&A...498...49C 114           X C       2 12 10 Parity dependence in strong lens systems as a probe of dark matter substructure. CHEN J.
2009RMxAC..35..195F 38           X         1 39 0 Cosmology with gravitational lenses. FALCO E.E.
2009MNRAS.398.1235X 115           X C       2 16 63 Effects of dark matter substructures on gravitational lensing: results from the Aquarius simulations. XU D.D., MAO S., WANG J., et al.
2009A&A...504..769C 38           X         1 25 19 The global mass-to-light ratio of SLACS lenses. CARDONE V.F., TORTORA C., MOLINARO R., et al.
2009ApJ...706...45C 94           X         2 1 36 Cosmological constraints from gravitational lens time delays. COE D. and MOUSTAKAS L.A.
2009MNRAS.400..875L 397       D     X C F     9 23 4 A lensing view on the fundamental plane. LEIER D.
2010ApJ...709..552C 883     A D     X   F     23 105 10 Identifying anomalies in gravitational lens time delays. CONGDON A.B., KEETON C.R. and NORDGREN C.E.
2010ApJ...711..201S 3885 T K A D S   X C F     98 17 224 Dissecting the gravitational lens

. II. Precision measurements of the Hubble constant, spatial curvature, and the dark energy equation of state.
2010ApJ...711..246F 155           X C F     2 15 45 Improved constraints on the gravitational lens Q0957+561. II. Strong lensing. FADELY R., KEETON C.R., NAKAJIMA R., et al.
2010MNRAS.402.2031C 15       D               2 33 31 Galaxy evolution from strong-lensing statistics: the differential evolution of the velocity dispersion function in concord with the Λ cold dark matter paradigm. CHAE K.-H.
2010A&A...511A..53V viz 15       D               1 107465 32 The SPECFIND V2.0 catalogue of radio cross-identifications and spectra. SPECFIND meets the Virtual Observatory. VOLLMER B., GASSMANN B., DERRIERE S., et al.
2010ApJ...712.1378P 208       D     X   F     5 20 42 The Hubble constant inferred from 18 time-delay lenses. PARAFICZ D. and HJORTH J.
2010AJ....139.1935S 38           X         1 8 0 The optimal gravitational lens telescope. SURDEJ J., DELACROIX C., COLEMAN P., et al.
2010MNRAS.403..826J 323       D     X C F     7 26 14 Satellites in the field and lens galaxies: SDSS/COSMOS versus SLACS/CLASS. JACKSON N., BRYAN S.E., MAO S., et al.
2010ApJ...715..793G 131       D     X         4 21 8 Fold lens flux anomalies: a geometric approach. GOLDBERG D.M., CHESSEY M.K., HARRIS W.B., et al.
2010ApJ...716L.185L 38           X         1 12 20 Adaptive optics observations of B0128+437: a low-mass, high-redshift gravitational lens. LAGATTUTA D.J., AUGER M.W. and FASSNACHT C.D.
2010ApJ...716.1579L 131       D     X         4 48 34 Cosmic evolution of virial and stellar mass in massive early-type galaxies. LAGATTUTA D.J., FASSNACHT C.D., AUGER M.W., et al.
2010MNRAS.405.2579O 83           X         1 2 180 Gravitationally lensed quasars and supernovae in future wide-field optical imaging surveys. OGURI M. and MARSHALL P.J.
2010ApJ...724..511A 79           X         2 59 248 The Sloan lens ACS survey. X. Stellar, dynamical, and total mass correlations of massive early-type galaxies. AUGER M.W., TREU T., BOLTON A.S., et al.
2011ApJS..192...18K 473           X C       6 17 6896 Seven-year Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) observations: cosmological interpretation. KOMATSU E., SMITH K.M., DUNKLEY J., et al.
2011MNRAS.410.2167F 634       D     X C F     15 21 35 Galaxy number counts and implications for strong lensing. FASSNACHT C.D., KOOPMANS L.V.E. and WONG K.C.
2010ARA&A..48...87T 310           X C       7 25 170 Strong lensing by galaxies. TREU T.
2010ARA&A..48..673F 79           X         2 45 240 The Hubble constant. FREEDMAN W.L. and MADORE B.F.
2011ApJ...740...97L 557       D     X C       14 27 23 Resolving the baryon-fraction profile in lensing galaxies. LEIER D., FERRERAS I., SAHA P., et al.
2011ApJ...741..117C 39           X         1 18 23 The effects of halo-to-halo variation on substructure lensing. CHEN J., KOUSHIAPPAS S.M. and ZENTNER A.R.
2011A&A...536A..44E 387     A D     X C F     9 22 22 Time delays for eleven gravitationally lensed quasars revisited. EULAERS E. and MAGAIN P.
2012A&A...538A..99S 702     A D     X C       18 72 45 COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational lenses. X. Modeling based on high-precision astrometry of a sample of 25 lensed quasars: consequences for ellipticity, shear, and astrometric anomalies. SLUSE D., CHANTRY V., MAGAIN P., et al.
2012MNRAS.420.2944W 133       D     X   F     3 41 5 The fundamental surface of quad lenses. WOLDESENBET A.G. and WILLIAMS L.L.R.
2012ApJ...752..163S 52           X         1 4 104 Evidence for dark matter contraction and a salpeter initial mass function in a massive early-type galaxy. SONNENFELD A., TREU T., GAVAZZI R., et al.
2012ApJ...755...31C viz 16       D               2 311 26 Testing the dark energy with gravitational lensing statistics. CAO S., COVONE G. and ZHU Z.-H.
2013MNRAS.429L..35A 261     A S   X C       5 5 13 Lensing and dynamics in two simple steps. AGNELLO A., AUGER M.W. and EVANS N.W.
2013ApJ...766...70S 1132     A S   X C       26 2 184 Two accurate time-delay distances from strong lensing: implications for cosmology. SUYU S.H., AUGER M.W., HILBERT S., et al.
2013MNRAS.431.1528B 39           X         1 22 4 Bayesian approach to gravitational lens model selection: constraining H0 with a selected sample of strong lenses. BALMES I. and CORASANITI P.S.
2013ApJ...768...39G 1425   K A D S   X C       35 2 37 Improving the precision of time-delay cosmography with observations of galaxies along the line of sight. GREENE Z.S., SUYU S.H., TREU T., et al.
2013MNRAS.432..679C 129           X         3 2 47 Reconstructing the lensing mass in the universe from photometric catalogue data. COLLETT T.E., MARSHALL P.J., AUGER M.W., et al.
2013MNRAS.436.2120N 79             C       1 17 5 Do gravitational lens galaxies have an excess of luminous substructure ? NIERENBERG A.M., OLDENBURG D. and TREU T.
2013A&A...559A..37S 84           X         2 8 80 Mass-sheet degeneracy, power-law models and external convergence: Impact on the determination of the Hubble constant from gravitational lensing. SCHNEIDER P. and SLUSE D.
2014MNRAS.437..600S 175       D     X         5 40 30 Hubble constant and dark energy inferred from free-form determined time delay distances. SERENO M. and PARAFICZ D.
2014ApJ...788L..35S 100           X         2 2 85 Cosmology from gravitational lens time delays and Planck data. SUYU S.H., TREU T., HILBERT S., et al.
2014MNRAS.441..127G 238           X   F     5 18 4 Measuring gravitational lens time delays using low-resolution radio monitoring observations. GURKAN G., JACKSON N., KOOPMANS L.V.E., et al.
2014ApJS..213....3M viz 16       D               1 28358 19 The Low-frequency Radio Catalog of flat-spectrum sources. MASSARO F., GIROLETTI M., D'ABRUSCO R., et al.
2014MNRAS.445..694T 43           X         1 2 13 Statistical and systematic uncertainties in pixel-based source reconstruction algorithms for gravitational lensing. TAGORE A.S. and KEETON C.R.
2015MNRAS.448.2704I 379       D S   X         9 8 18 Constraints on warm dark matter from weak lensing in anomalous quadruple lenses. INOUE K.T., TAKAHASHI R., TAKAHASHI T., et al.
2015MNRAS.450.1042R 241           X         6 30 5 Radio monitoring campaigns of six strongly lensed quasars. RUMBAUGH N., FASSNACHT C.D., McKEAN J.P., et al.
2015ApJS..219...29M viz 658       D     X C       16 10653 13 A spectroscopic survey of the fields of 28 strong gravitational lenses. MOMCHEVA I.G., WILLIAMS K.A., COOL R.J., et al.
2015A&A...580A..38R 217       D     X C       5 50 19 H0 from ten well-measured time delay lenses. RATHNA KUMAR S., STALIN C.S. and PRABHU T.P.
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