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1967ApJ...148..767S 69 76 On the nature of faint blue objects in high galactic latitudes. I. Photometry, proper motions, and spectra in PHL field 1: 36+6 and Richter field M3, II. SANDAGE A. and LUYTEN W.J.
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.
1971ApJ...164L.119W 28 16 Radio emission from quasi-stellar objects. WARDLE J.F.C. and MILEY G.K.
1971PASP...83..611D 202 86 A catalogue of quasars. DE VENY J.B., OSBORN W.H. and JANES K.
1973Obs....93..229B 24 10 Effect of the availability of search lines on the distribution of absorption-line redshifts of QSOs. BASU D.
1975MmSAI..46..461B 493 7 Catalogue of quasi-stellar-objects. BARBIERI C., CAPACCIOLI M. and ZAMBON M.
1976ApJ...207L.143W 72 T                   1 1 24 The absorption spectrum of the quasar
PHL 1222.
WILLIAMS R.E. and WEYMANN R.J.
1977A&AS...27..205S 398 12 A comprehensive catalogue of quasi-stellar objects. SMITH-HAENNI A.L.
1977ApJ...213..619W 17 35 A spectroscopic study of selected quasars with zabs > zems. WEYMANN R.J., WILLIAMS R.E., BEAVER E.A., et al.
1977ApJ...216..351C 11 19 The absorption-line spectrum of Q0453-423. CARSWELL R.F., SMITH M.G. and WHELAN J.A.J.
1978ApJ...221..468S 222 111 An optical and radio study of quasars. SRAMEK R.A. and WEEDMAN D.W.
1978PASP...90..337P 122 60 Absorption in the spectra of Quasi-Stellar Objects and BL Lacertae objects. PERRY J.J., BURBIDGE E.M. and BURBIDGE G.R.
1979ApJ...234...33W 2 21 210 Results of a homogeneous survey of absorption lines in QSOs of small and intermediate emission redshift. WEYMANN R.J., WILLIAMS R.E., PETERSON B.M., et al.
1980A&A....85...80B 118 117 A sample of very faint ultraviolet excess objets in the 13h+36 field. BRACCESI A., ZITELLI V., BONOLI F., et al.
1980AJ.....85.1442P 105 93 Long-term optical behavior of 114 extragalactic sources. PICA A.J., POLLOCK J.T., SMITH A.G., et al.
1981ARA&A..19...41W 1 47 298 Absorption lines in the spectra of Quasi-Stellar Objects. WEYMANN R.J., CARSWELL R.F. and SMITH M.G.
1983ApJ...272...11P 131 80 Optical variability, absolute luminosity, and the Hubble diagram for QSOs. PICA A.J. and SMITH A.G.
1983MNRAS.203..935N 64 37 Variability of optically selected high redshift quasars. NETZER H. and SHEFFER Y.
1983Afz....19..449W 38 ~ An attempt of identifying QSO spectral absorption lines with small redshifts. WALTZ I.E. and KOMBERG B.V.
1985A&AS...61..191B 280 5 A search for faint blue stars in high galactic latitudes. IV. Star and quasar distribution as a function of the magnitude in the PHL and PB surveys near the South Galactic Pole. BERGER J. and FRINGANT A.-M.
1986MNRAS.220....1S 67 18 Absorption lines and the radio structure of quasars. SWARUP G., SAIKIA D.J., BELTRAMETTI M., et al.
1987ApJ...322L...5F 54 25 A search for QSOs to fit a cosmological model with flat, closed spatial sections. FAGUNDES H.V. and WICHOSKI U.F.
1987Afz....26...15M 130 ~ Quasars and stellar objects in Byurakan surveys. MARKARIAN B.E., ERASTOVA L.K., LIPOVETSKY V.A., et al.
1987Ap&SS.134...35Y 315 2 The spectral properties of quasars. YU K.N.
1988AJ.....96.1215P 144 131 Long-term optical behavior of 144 compact extragalactic objects: 1969-1988. PICA A.J., SMITH A.G., WEBB J.R., et al.
1988ApJ...334...22S 48 95 Mg II absorption in the spectra of high and low redshift QSOs. SARGENT W.L.W., STEIDEL C.C. and BOKSENBERG A.
1988ApJS...68..539S 1 52 328 C IV absorption in a new sample of 55 QSOs: evolution and clustering of the heavy-element absorption redshifts. SARGENT W.L.W., BOKSENBERG A. and STEIDEL C.C.
1988IAUS..130..343B 23 22 Galaxies giving rise to MgII absorption systems in quasar spectra. BERGERON J.
1989ApJS...69....1H 1594 178 The first addition to the new optical catalog of quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1989BAAS...21.1132W 4 0 Image enhancement techniques applied to a search for gravitational lenses and quasar pairs. WEIR N., DJORGOVSKI S. and MEYLAN G.
1990A&A...239...33A 363 65 Periodicity of quasar redshifts. ARP H., BI H.G., CHU Y., et al.
1990Ast....18d..10. 1 0 Birth of twin quasars triggered by galaxies. :Anonymous
1990Msngr..59...47M 71 T                   1 3 15
PHL 1222 : an interacting quasar pair ?
MEYLAN G., DJORGOVSKI S., WEIR N., et al.
1990Natur.344...18W 1 0 Distorted views of the universe. WEEDMAN D.W.
1990NewSc1703...32. 1 1 Astronomers witness the birth of quasar twins. :Anonymous
1990SciN..137...60P 1 0 The source of a great attraction. PETERSON I.
1991ApJS...77..203J viz 633 60 A catalog of absorption in the spectra of quasi-stellar objects. JUNKKARINEN V., HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1991MNRAS.250...24Y 262 53 An inhomogeneous reference catalogue of identified intervening heavy element systems in spectra of QSOs. YORK D.G., YANNY B., CROTTS A., et al.
1991MNRAS.251..649B 147 35 Interstellar Ca II in the galactic halo and in QSO absorption systems. BOWEN D.V.
1992PASP..104..678S 530 19 Accurate positions and finding charts for 528 high-redshift, luminous quasars. SCHNEIDER D.P., BAHCALL J.N., SAXE D.H., et al.
1993AJ....105....7Y 112 37 A high-resolution gravitational lens survey. YEE H.K.C., FILIPPENKO A.V. and TANG D.
1993AJ....105.2064S 452 57 Gravitatioanl lensing statistics based on a large sample of highly luminous quasars. SURDEJ J., CLAESKENS J.F., CRAMPTON D., et al.
1993ApJ...402...69M 166 36 The Hubble Space Telescope snapshot survey. III. Further observations in search of gravitationally lensed quasars. MAOZ D., BAHCALL J.N., DOXSEY R., et al.
1993ApJ...409...28M viz 507 110 The Hubble Space Telescope snapshot survey. IV. A summary of the search for gravitationally lensed quasars. MAOZ D., BAHCALL J.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
1993ApJ...415..563W 121 103 Statistics of QSO broad emission-linne profiles. I. The C IV lam1549 line and the lam1400 feature. WILLS B.J., BROTHERTON M.S., FANG D., et al.
1993ApJ...417..438K 57 27 The analysis of gravitational lens surveys. I. Selection functions and ambiguous candidates. KOCHANEK C.S.
1993ApJS...87..451H viz 14       D               7278 308 A revised and updated catalog of quasi-stellar objects. HEWITT A. and BURBIDGE G.
1993AcApS..13..125L 228 1 Studies of CIV associated absorption systems of QSOs (I) Samples. LI Y. and CHEN J.-S.
1993ChA&A..17..161L 226 0 Studies of CIV associated absorption systems of QSOs. (I) Samples. LI Y. and CHEN J.-S.
1994A&A...283..759P viz 1 15 61 C IV QSO absorption systems and properties of galactic haloes at high redshift. PETITJEAN P. and BERGERON J.
1994ApJ...421...27A 11 31 The nature of distant galaxies producing multiple c IV absorption lines in the spectra of high-redshift quasars. ARAGON-SALAMANCA A., ELLIS R.S., SCHWARTZENBERG J.-M., et al.
1994ApJ...436..678O 182 114 Luminosity effects and the emission-line properties of quasars with 0<z<3.8. OSMER P.S., PORTER A.C. and GREEN R.F.
1995PASP..107..863S 66 36 Time scales of long-term optical base-level fluctuations in three classes of AGN. SMITH A.G. and NAIR A.D.
1995Ast....23i..36D 8 0 Fires at cosmic dawn. DJORGOVSKI S.G.
1997ApJ...486...75M 75 68 A survey for large-image separation lensed quasars. MAOZ D., RIX H.-W., GAL-YAM A., et al.
1997ApJ...489..476P 31 25 Curvature of the universe and observed gravitational lens image separations versus redshift. PARK M. and GOTT III J.R.
1997AcASn..38..215G 23 0 A statistical analysis of the emission and absorption lines of quasars. GONG S.-M.
1998A&A...330...14C 6 10 ISO observations of the GRB 970402 error box. CASTRO-TIRADO A.J., METCALFE L., LAUREIJS R., et al.
1998A&A...330...19M 41   K     O           3 52 On the nature of zabs≃zem damped absorbers in quasar spectra. MOLLER P., WARREN S.J. and FYNBO J.U.
1998MNRAS.299..661M 2 11 71 HST images of a galaxy group at z=2.81, and the sizes of damped Lyman-alpha galaxies. MOLLER P. and WARREN S.J.
1999A&A...351..841M 9 3 Comparison of the redshift evolution of dLyα absorbers with predictions from models for the viscous evolution of the Galactic disk. MEUSINGER H. and THON R.
1999ApJ...510..590K 1 19 87 Why quasar pairs are binary quasars and not gravitational lenses. KOCHANEK C.S., FALCO E.E. and MUNOZ J.A.
1999ApJ...524..572P 21 19 The quasar pair Q1634+267A,B and the binary QSO versus dark lens hypotheses. PENG C.Y., IMPEY C.D., FALCO E.E., et al.
1999MNRAS.303..711L 1 7 29 Emission within a damped Lyman alpha absorption trough: the complex sightline towards Q2059-360. LEIBUNDGUT B. and ROBERTSON J.G.
1999MNRAS.305..849F 38   K                 15 132 Extended Ly-alpha emission from a damped Ly-alpha absorber at z = 1.93, and the relation between damped Ly-alpha absorbers and Lyman-break galaxies. FYNBO J.U., MOLLER P. and WARREN S.J.
1999MNRAS.309..836M 1 20 71 Binary quasars. MORTLOCK D.J., WEBSTER R.L. and FRANCIS P.J.
2000A&A...353..457F 17 23 Lyα emission from a Lyman limit absorber at z=3.036. FYNBO J.U., THOMSEN B. and MOLLER P.
2000A&A...358...88F 110 T K                 9 15 The sources of extended continuum emission towards
Q0151+048A: the host galaxy and the damped Lyα absorber.
FYNBO J.U., BURUD I. and MOLLER P.
2000ApJS..130....1R 88 255 Discovery of damped Lyα systems at redshifts less than 1.65 and results on their incidence and cosmological mass density. RAO S.M. and TURNSHEK D.A.
2001A&A...373..796F 1 15 70 The optical afterglow and host galaxy of GRB 000926. FYNBO J.U., GOROSABEL J., DALL T.H., et al.
2001AJ....121...21B 151 47 The distribution of redshifts in new samples of quasi-stellar objects. BURBIDGE G. and NAPIER W.M.
2001MNRAS.326..759W 43 58 NICMOS imaging search for high-redshift damped Lyα galaxies. WARREN S.J., MOLLER P., FALL S.M., et al.
2001JApA...22..263B 180 2 Variability of extragalactic objects in relation to redshift, color, radio spectral index and absorption lines. BASU D.
2002A&A...383...91E 3 4 38 The CORALS survey. II. Clues to galaxy clustering around QSOs from zabs ∼zem damped Lyman alpha systems. ELLISON S.L., YAN L., HOOK I.M., et al.
2002ApJ...578...33Z 9 3 89 Monte Carlo simulation of Lyα and application to damped Lyα systems. ZHENG Z. and MIRALDA-ESCUDE J.
2002NewAR..46..193F 74 T                   1 1 The host galaxy of
Q0151+048A.
FYNBO J.U., BURUD I. and MOLLER P.
2003A&A...412...45P viz 15       D               1 956227 675 HYPERLEDA. I. Identification and designation of galaxies. PATUREL G., PETIT C., PRUGNIEL P., et al.
2003A&A...412..399V 72 145 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 11th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
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.
2004A&A...417..487C         O           9 17 Integral field spectroscopy of extended Lyα emission from the DLA galaxy in Q2233+131. CHRISTENSEN L., SANCHEZ S.F., JAHNKE K., et al.
2004A&A...422L..33M 6 7 84 Detection of Lyman-α emission from a DLA galaxy: Possible implications for a luminosity-metallicity relation at z = 2-3. MOLLER P., FYNBO J.P.U. and FALL S.M.
2004ApJ...601..715N 2 11 48 Variability tests for intrinsic absorption lines in quasar spectra. NARAYANAN D., HAMANN F., BARLOW T., et al.
2005ApJ...629..115M 3 5 33 Time-variable complex metal absorption lines in the quasar HS 1603+3820. MISAWA T., ERACLEOUS M., CHARLTON J.C., et al.
2005MNRAS.358..985W 2 10 47 The first detection of [OIII] emission from high-redshift damped Lyman-α galaxies. WEATHERLEY S.J., WARREN S.J., MOLLER P., et al.
2005PNAOC...2..141L 61 0 A study of absorption redshifts of quasars. LIU H.-T.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108222 545 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2007A&A...468..587C 1         O           9 24 An integral field spectroscopic survey for high redshift damped Lyman-α galaxies. CHRISTENSEN L., WISOTZKI L., ROTH M.M., et al.
2007ApJ...669...74L 15       D               2 128 2 A subset of quasars identified by large values of their Doppler redshift. LU L.-Z., QIN Y.-P. and GUPTA A.C.
2007PASP..119..962H 38 24 The chemical evolution of high-z galaxies from the relative abundances of N, Si, S, and Fe in damped Lyα systems. HENRY R.B.C. and PROCHASKA J.X.
2008ARep...52..517K 24 1 A possible explanation for the Arp-Burbidge paradox. KOMBERG B.V. and PILIPENKO S.V.
2009ApJ...693L..49H 155           X C       3 7 24 A z = 3 Lyα blob associated with a damped Lyα system proximate to its background quasar. HENNAWI J.F., PROCHASKA J.X., KOLLMEIER J., et al.
2009ApJ...706..657B 72 2 Associations of high-redshift quasi-stellar objects with active, low-redshift spiral galaxies. BURBIDGE G. and NAPIER W.M.
2010MNRAS.406.1435E 93       D S   X C       1 28 47 The nature of proximate damped Lyman α systems. ELLISON S.L., PROCHASKA J.X., HENNAWI J., et al.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 15       D               2 168912 373 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2010MNRAS.408..362F 171       D     X   F     4 13 32 Directly imaging damped Lyman α galaxies at z>2 - I. Methodology and first results. FUMAGALLI M., O'MEARA J.M., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2011A&A...532A..51Z 1273 T K A S   X C       30 4 22 A Lyα blob and zabs≃ zem damped Lyα absorber in the dark matter halo of the binary quasar Q0151+048. ZAFAR T., MOLLER P., LEDOUX C., et al.
2012MNRAS.426.1465P 16       D               1 100 160 An empirical relation between sodium absorption and dust extinction. POZNANSKI D., PROCHASKA J.X. and BLOOM J.S.
2013MNRAS.430.2680M 17       D               1 34 78 Mass-metallicity relation from z = 5 to the present: evidence for a transition in the mode of galaxy growth at z = 2.6 due to the end of sustained primordial gas infall. MOLLER P., FYNBO J.P.U., LEDOUX C., et al.
2013A&A...558A.111F 79           X         2 73 18 A glance at the host galaxy of high-redshift quasars using strong damped Lyman-α systems as coronagraphs. FINLEY H., PETITJEAN P., PARIS I., et al.
2014MNRAS.438..529R 20       D               1 13 52 Predictions for the relation between strong HI absorbers and galaxies at redshift 3. RAHMATI A. and SCHAYE J.
2014ApJ...793..139C 295           X C       6 1 14 A glimpse at quasar host galaxy Far-UV emission using damped Lyα's as natural coronagraphs. CAI Z., FAN X., NOTERDAEME P., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.4326B viz 16       D               1 328 22 The chemistry of the most metal-rich damped Lyman α systems at z ∼ 2 - II. Context with the Local Group. BERG T.A.M., ELLISON S.L., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2016ApJ...816...85L 41           X         1 136 17 The contribution of host galaxies to the infrared energy output of z≳5.0 quasars. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and ALBERTS S.
2016ApJ...821....1J 41           X         1 9 5 Strong Lyα emission in the proximate damped Lyα absorption trough toward the quasar SDSS J095253.83+011422.0. JIANG P., ZHOU H., PAN X., et al.
2016MNRAS.458.4074Q viz 16       D               1 368 32 The ESO UVES advanced data products quasar sample - VI. Sub-damped Lyman α metallicity measurements and the circumgalactic medium. QUIRET S., PEROUX C., ZAFAR T., et al.
2018A&A...611A..76D viz 17       D               1 211 5 The cosmic evolution of dust-corrected metallicity in the neutral gas. DE CIA A., LEDOUX C., PETITJEAN P., et al.
2018ApJ...858...32X 43           X         1 7 ~ An intercomparison study of two proximate damped Lyα systems with residual flux upon the Lyα absorption trough toward quasars. XIE X., ZHOU H., PAN X., et al.
2021ApJ...923..252S 47           X         1 5 ~ Mapping the morphology and kinematics of a Lyα-selected nebula at z = 3.15 with MUSE. SANDERSON K.N., PRESCOTT M.M.K., CHRISTENSEN L., et al.
2022A&A...657A.113L viz 50           X         1 13 ~ J1721+8842: a gravitationally lensed binary quasar with a proximate damped Lyman-α absorber. LEMON C., MILLON M., SLUSE D., et al.

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