Billion-Gentle-Yr Membership: Additional targets for Going Deep Might 2019

March 14, 2019 - Comment

In case you did not get your fill of difficult targets after studying Contributing Editor Steve Gottlieb’s Going Deep column within the Might subject, soar into the checklist of quasars beneath that he put collectively in your enjoyment. Click on right here for a printable PDF of the desk. Pleased observing! Lengthy-Distance Quasars (z >


In case you did not get your fill of difficult targets after studying Contributing Editor Steve Gottlieb’s Going Deep column within the Might subject, soar into the checklist of quasars beneath that he put collectively in your enjoyment. Click on right here for a printable PDF of the desk.

Pleased observing!

Lengthy-Distance Quasars (z > 1.zero)

Object
V
z
Gyr
RA
Dec.
Feedback
CTA 102
17.three
1.04
7.9
22h 32.6m
+11° 44′
V = 11.three most
PG 1718+481
14.6
1.08
eight.1
17h 19.6m
+48° 04′
Seen in a 10-inch
PG 1634+706
14.7
1.34
eight.9
16h 34.5m
+70° 32′
Seen in a 10-inch
Double Quasar
16.5 / 16.7
1.40
9.1
10h 01.3m
+55° 54′
Twin lensed quasar at 6″
Ton 490
15.four
1.64
9.7
10h 13.9m
+24° 49′
Straightforward in 18-inch
Einstein Cross
17.5–18.5
1.69
9.eight
22h 40.5m
+03° 22′
Quadruply lensed quasar
HE 0515-4414
14.9
1.71
9.eight
05h 17.1m
–44° 11′

Mrk 679
16.6
1.91
10.2
14h 23.4m
+32° 52′
Close to NGC 5611
Q1224-1116
15.four
1.98
10.three
12h 27.4m
–11° 34′
Close to NGC 4484
PG 1247+268
15.6
2.04
10.four
12h 50.1m
+26° 31′
Extremely-luminous quasar
S4 1435+638
~16.zero
2.07
10.5
14h 36.8m
+63° 37′

Andromeda’s Parachute
~15.5
2.38
10.9
01h 47.2m
+46° 31′
Quadruply lensed quasar
QSO B1603+3820
16.zero
2.55
11.1
16h 04.9m
+38° 12′

HS 1549+1919
~15.5
2.84
11.four
15h 51.9m
+19° 11′

SBS 1425+606
15.eight
2.86
11.four
14h 26.9m
+60° 26′

HS 1946+7658
16.zero
three.05
11.5
19h 44.9m
+77° 06′

S5 0014+81
16.5
three.37
11.7
00h 17.1m
+81° 35′

QSO B1422+231
15.eight
three.62
11.9
14h 24.6m
+22° 56′
Quadruply lensed quasar
APM 08279+5255
16.2
three.91
12.1
08h 31.7m
+52° 45′
Most distant considered in 18-inch

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