QSO J0906+6930 , the SIMBAD biblio

QSO J0906+6930 , the SIMBAD biblio (83 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.09.22CEST00:51:22

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2004ApJ...610L...9R 5 4 61 Q0906+6930: the highest redshift blazar. ROMANI R.W., SOWARDS-EMMERD D., GREENHILL L., et al.
2005ApJ...626...95S viz 15       D               1 775 88 A northern survey of gamma-ray blazar candidates. SOWARDS-EMMERD D., ROMANI R.W., MICHELSON P.F., et al.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108223 628 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2006AJ....132.1959R 2 4 19 The spectral energy distribution of the high-z blazar Q0906+6930. ROMANI R.W.
2007MNRAS.375..417C 6 3 39 Bulk Comptonization spectra in blazars. CELOTTI A., GHISELLINI G. and FABIAN A.C.
2008ApJS..175...97H viz 15       D               1 1626 244 CGRaBS: an all-sky survey of gamma-ray blazar candidates. HEALEY S.E., ROMANI R.W., COTTER G., et al.
2008MNRAS.385..283C 169       D     X   F     4 74 350 The power of blazar jets. CELOTTI A. and GHISELLINI G.
2008MNRAS.387.1669G 48           X         1 12 256 The blazar sequence: a new perspective. GHISELLINI G. and TAVECCHIO F.
2009A&A...495..691M viz 15       D               2 3203 339 Roma-BZCAT: a multifrequency catalogue of blazars. MASSARO E., GIOMMI P., LETO C., et al.
2009MNRAS.397..985G 75           X         1 5 379 Canonical high-power blazars. GHISELLINI G. and TAVECCHIO F.
2010A&A...511A..53V viz 15       D               1 107450 39 The SPECFIND V2.0 catalogue of radio cross-identifications and spectra. SPECFIND meets the Virtual Observatory. VOLLMER B., GASSMANN B., DERRIERE S., et al.
2010MNRAS.405..387G 40           X         1 25 127 Chasing the heaviest black holes of jetted active galactic nuclei. GHISELLINI G., DELLA CECA R., VOLONTERI M., et al.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 15       D               1 168912 597 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2010A&A...524A..83F 92       D     X         3 22 18 High-resolution images of five radio quasars at early cosmological epochs. FREY S., PARAGI Z., GURVITS L.I., et al.
2011ApJS..194...29R viz 15       D               1 1164 401 Blazars in the Fermi era: the OVRO 40 m telescope monitoring program. RICHARDS J.L., MAX-MOERBECK W., PAVLIDOU V., et al.
2011MNRAS.416..216V 44           X         1 5 54 Blazars in the early universe. VOLONTERI M., HAARDT F., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2012AJ....144..150P viz 16       D               1 33 15 Early science with the Korean VLBI Network: the QCAL-1 43 GHz Calibrator Survey. PETROV L., LEE S.-S., KIM J., et al.
2013ApJ...763..109W 488       D     X         13 33 20 An X-ray and multiwavelength survey of highly radio-loud quasars at z > 4: jet-linked emission in the brightest radio beacons of the early universe. WU J., BRANDT W.N., MILLER B.P., et al.
2012MNRAS.426L..91S 435       S   X C       9 2 26 SDSS J102623.61+254259.5: the second most distant blazar at z = 5.3. SBARRATO T., GHISELLINI G., NARDINI M., et al.
2013MNRAS.431.1314F 79           X         2 4 7 On the Doppler boosting in the compact radio jet of the distant blazar J1026+2542 at z = 5.3. FREY S., FOGASY J.O., PARAGI Z., et al.
2013ApJ...773...36T 39           X         1 21 5 X-ray and radio follow-up observations of high-redshift blazar candidates in the Fermi-LAT unassociated source population. TAKAHASHI Y., KATAOKA J., NIINUMA K., et al.
2013ApJ...777..147S 81           X         2 4 23 NuSTAR detection of the blazar B2 1023+25 at redshift 5.3. SBARRATO T., TAGLIAFERRI G., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2014MNRAS.438.3058R viz 16       D               1 1414 31 Connecting radio variability to the characteristics of gamma-ray blazars. RICHARDS J.L., HOVATTA T., MAX-MOERBECK W., et al.
2014ApJ...785..154L 95       D       C       5 69 108 Spectral energy distributions of QSOs at z > 5: common active galactic nucleus-heated dust and occasionally strong star-formation. LEIPSKI C., MEISENHEIMER K., WALTER F., et al.
2014MNRAS.440L.111G 304     A S   X C       6 3 17 SDSS J114657.79+403708.6: the third most distant blazar at z = 5.0. GHISELLINI G., SBARRATO T., TAGLIAFERRI G., et al.
2014ApJS..213....3M viz 16       D               1 28358 27 The Low-frequency Radio Catalog of flat-spectrum sources. MASSARO F., GIROLETTI M., D'ABRUSCO R., et al.
2015MNRAS.446.2483S 163           X C       3 10 22 Blazar candidates beyond redshift 4 observed by Swift. SBARRATO T., GHISELLINI G., TAGLIAFERRI G., et al.
2015MNRAS.446.2921F 82           X         2 6 12 The first estimate of radio jet proper motion at z > 5. FREY S., PARAGI Z., FOGASY J.O., et al.
2015ApJ...806..109J viz 16       D               1 154 68 Rest-frame optical spectra and black hole masses of 3 <z<6 quasars. JUN H.D., IM M., LEE H.M., et al.
2015MNRAS.450L..34G 138       D     X   F     3 4 11 SDSS J013127.34-032100.1: a candidate blazar with an 11 billion solar mass black hole at z = 5.18. GHISELLINI G., TAGLIAFERRI G., SBARRATO T., et al.
2015MNRAS.450L..57G 121           X C       2 5 5 VLBI observation of the newly discovered z = 5.18 quasar SDSS J0131-0321. GABANYI K.E., CSEH D., FREY S., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.3457G 16       D               3 22 14 CMB quenching of high-redshift radio-loud AGNs. GHISELLINI G., HAARDT F., CIARDI B., et al.
2016ApJ...816...85L 16       D               1 136 22 The contribution of host galaxies to the infrared energy output of z≳5.0 quasars. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and ALBERTS S.
2015Ap&SS.357...75M viz 16       D               1 3563 223 The 5th edition of the Roma-BZCAT. A short presentation. MASSARO E., MASELLI A., LETO C., et al.
2016MNRAS.455.1881D 41           X         1 17 8 High-energy properties of the high-redshift flat spectrum radio quasar PKS 2149-306. D'AMMANDO F. and ORIENTI M.
2016ApJ...819...24W viz 16       D               1 796 79 A survey of luminous high-redshift quasars with SDSS and WISE. I. Target selection and optical spectroscopy. WANG F., WU X.-B., FAN X., et al.
2016ApJS..224...26M viz 16       D               1 2217 17 A comprehensive statistical description of radio-through-gamma-ray spectral energy distributions of all known blazars. MAO P., URRY C.M., MASSARO F., et al.
2016ARA&A..54..725M 46           X         1 18 106 Gamma-ray observations of active galactic nuclei. MADEJSKI G. and SIKORA M.
2016MNRAS.463.3260C 341       D     X         9 40 9 On the nature of bright compact radio sources at z > 4.5. COPPEJANS R., FREY S., CSEH D., et al.
2017ApJ...837L...5A 85             C       1 6 20 Gamma-ray blazars within the first 2 billion years. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., BALDINI L., et al.
2017ApJ...841..113M viz 16       D               1 2944 1 An investigation of blazars without redshifts: not a missing population at high redshift. MAO P. and URRY C.M.
2017MNRAS.467..950C 41           X         1 20 4 VLBI observations of four radio quasars at z > 4: blazars or not? CAO H.-M., FREY S., GABANYI K.E., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.2039C 552       D S   X C F     11 38 2 Radio spectra of bright compact sources at z > 4.5. COPPEJANS R., VAN VELZEN S., INTEMA H.T., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.4565L viz 16       D               1 1193 4 Bimodal radio variability in OVRO-40 m-monitored blazars. LIODAKIS I., PAVLIDOU V., HOVATTA T., et al.
2017MNRAS.468...69Z 1893 T K A D S   X C F     43 7 5
J0906+6930: a radio-loud quasar in the early Universe.
ZHANG Y., AN T., FREY S., et al.
2017RAA....17...52G 41           X         1 61 ~ Weak gravitational lensing of quantum perturbed lukewarm black holes and cosmological constant effect. GHAFFARNEJAD H. and MOJAHEDI M.A.
2017ApJ...851...33P viz 16       D               1 516 51 General physical properties of CGRaBS blazars. PALIYA V.S., MARCOTULLI L., AJELLO M., et al.
2018ApJ...853..159L 42           X         1 21 5 Fast γ-ray variability in blazars beyond redshift 3. LI S., XIA Z.-Q., LIANG Y.-F., et al.
2018ApJ...856..105A 276 T K A     X         6 5 4 SED constraints on the highest-z blazar jet:
QSO J0906+6930.
2018ApJ...866..137L viz 17       D               1 1032 70 Constraining the limiting brightness temperature and Doppler factors for the largest sample of radio-bright blazars. LIODAKIS I., HOVATTA T., HUPPENKOTHEN D., et al.
2018A&A...618A..68F 1505   K A D     X C       36 10 4 High-resolution radio imaging of two luminous quasars beyond redshift 4.5. FREY S., TITOV O., MELNIKOV A.E., et al.
2019MNRAS.482.2016Z 17       D               1 49 3 Investigating the X-ray enhancements of highly radio-loud quasars at z > 4. ZHU S.F., BRANDT W.N., WU J., et al.
2019MNRAS.484..204C 443       D     X C       10 45 22 The space density of z > 4 blazars. CACCIANIGA A., MORETTI A., BELLADITTA S., et al.
2019ApJS..242....5X viz 17       D               1 3393 ~ Structure effects for 3417 Celestial Reference Frame radio sources. XU M.H., ANDERSON J.M., HEINKELMANN R., et al.
2019ApJ...879L...9L 43           X         1 8 1 Multi-wavelength variability properties of CGRaBS J0733+0456 identifying a distant gamma-ray blazar at z = 3.01. LIAO N.-H., DOU L.-M., JIANG N., et al.
2019MNRAS.487.2030L 43           X         1 2 ~ Cosmological test using the high-redshift detection rate of FSRQs with the Square Kilometre Array. LEAF K. and MELIA F.
2019MNRAS.489.2732I 187       D     X         5 25 24 X-ray properties of z > 4 blazars. IGHINA L., CACCIANIGA A., MORETTI A., et al.
2019A&A...629A..68B 85             C       3 12 ~ An extremely X-ray weak blazar at z = 5. BELLADITTA S., MORETTI A., CACCIANIGA A., et al.
2019A&A...630A.101K viz 17       D               2 3584 ~ Realization of a multifrequency celestial reference frame through a combination of normal equation systems. KARBON M. and NOTHNAGEL A.
2020A&A...635L...7B 90           X         2 17 52 The first blazar observed at z > 6. BELLADITTA S., MORETTI A., CACCIANIGA A., et al.
2020MNRAS.494..789R viz 17       D               1 489 25 The near and mid-infrared photometric properties of known redshift z >= 5 quasars. ROSS N.P. and CROSS N.J.G.
2020ApJ...897..177P viz 61       D     X         2 142 16 Blazars at the cosmic dawn. PALIYA V.S., AJELLO M., CAO H.-M., et al.
2020ApJ...898L..56L 87           X         2 13 ~ Detections of simultaneous brightening of γ-ray and optical emissions of a distant blazar GB 1508+5714 at redshift 4.3. LIAO N.-H., LI S., SHENG Z.-F., et al.
2020ApJ...900...72L 87           X         2 14 ~ Awakening of two Gamma-ray High-redshift, flat-spectrum radio quasars in the southern hemisphere. LI S., SUN L.-M., LIAO N.-H., et al.
2020A&A...641A..85S 44           X         1 25 ~ Observations by GMRT at 323 MHz of radio-loud quasars at z > 5. SHAO Y., WAGG J., WANG R., et al.
2020ApJ...903..128K 87           X         2 41 ~ Search for high-redshift blazars with Fermi/LAT. KRETER M., GOKUS A., KRAUSS F., et al.
2020ApJ...904...27A 131           X         3 3 ~ X-ray constraints on the spectral energy distribution of the z = 5.18 blazar SDSS J013127.34-032100.1. AN H. and ROMANI R.W.
2020A&A...644A.159C viz 17       D               1 4536 184 The third realization of the International Celestial Reference Frame by very long baseline interferometry. CHARLOT P., JACOBS C.S., GORDON D., et al.
2021ApJ...906..135L 45           X         1 8 ~ Chandra detection of three X-ray bright quasars at z > 5. LI J.-T., WANG F., YANG J., et al.
2021ApJ...909...80B 19       D               1 27 52 The discovery of a highly accreting, radio-loud quasar at z = 6.82. BANADOS E., MAZZUCCHELLI C., MOMJIAN E., et al.
2021MNRAS.503.4662M 333       D     X         8 4 7 Flux-density measurements of the high-redshift blazar PSO J047.4478+27.2992 at 4.7 and 8.2 GHz with RATAN-600. MUFAKHAROV T., MIKHAILOV A., SOTNIKOVA Y., et al.
2021AJ....162...21B viz 18       D               1 2594 ~ Optical variability of ICRF3 quasars in the Pan-STARRS 3pi survey with Functional Principal Component Analysis. BERGHEA C.T., MAKAROV V.V., QUIGLEY K., et al.
2021ApJ...915...98P 45           X         1 18 ~ Multi-scale radio and X-ray structure of the high-redshift quasar PMN J0909+0354. PERGER K., FREY S., SCHWARTZ D.A., et al.
2021MNRAS.507.3736Z 47           X         1 3 8 J2102+6015: a young radio source at z = 4.575. ZHANG Y., AN T., FREY S., et al.
2021A&A...654A..27B 46           X         1 9 14 RadioAstron reveals a spine-sheath jet structure in 3C 273. BRUNI G., GOMEZ J.L., VEGA-GARCIA L., et al.
2021MNRAS.508.2798S viz 134           X         3 119 7 High-redshift quasars at z >= 3 - I. Radio spectra. SOTNIKOVA Y., MIKHAILOV A., MUFAKHAROV T., et al.
2021A&A...655A..17S viz 18       D               1 314938 3 The SPECFIND V3.0 catalog of radio continuum cross-identifications and spectra: Reaching lower frequencies. STEIN Y., VOLLMER B., BOCH T., et al.
2022MNRAS.511.5436D 112       D       C       6 19 10 The evolution of the heaviest supermassive black holes in jetted AGNs. DIANA A., CACCIANIGA A., IGHINA L., et al.
2022ApJS..260...49K 19       D               1 87 4 Radio-loud Quasars above Redshift 4: Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) Imaging of an Extended Sample. KREZINGER M., PERGER K., GABANYI K.E., et al.
2022ApJ...937...19Z 112       D     X         3 30 2 Radio Jet Proper-motion Analysis of Nine Distant Quasars above Redshift 3.5. ZHANG Y., AN T., FREY S., et al.
2023A&A...669A.134B 100           X         2 3 1 A powerful (and likely young) radio-loud quasar at z = 5.3. BELLADITTA S., MORETTI A., CACCIANIGA A., et al.
2023AJ....165...69T 2350     A D S   X C       46 6 ~ Astrometric Apparent Motion of High-redshift Radio Sources. TITOV O., FREY S., MELNIKOV A., et al.
2023AJ....165..139D 150           X         3 56 5 The Celestial Reference Frame at K Band: Imaging. I. The First 28 Epochs. DE WITT A., JACOBS C.S., GORDON D., et al.

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