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Result of query: info cati MCS2004b] WFI$



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Details on Acronym:   [MCS2004b]
   [MCS2004b] (Morgan+Caldwell+Schechter+, 2004)= (WFI) Write:<<[MCS2004b] WFI JHHMM+DDMM>>
<<[MCS2004b] WFI JHHMM+DDMM AN>> N: 1+5+1+1+1+5+1+6+4 Object:Grav. lensed image + G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Note:Discovery of two new gravitationally lensed QSOs with the Wide-Field Imager (WFI) CCD on the MGP-ESO 2.2m telescope.
Follow-up observations with the Magellan 6.5m Clay telescope and HST/NICMOS.
Each has 3 images A to C, image A with two components.
'G' are the lensing galaxies, 'GN' nearby galaxies, and 'XN' nearby point-like sources. Ref:=2004AJ....127.2617M byMORGAN N.D. , CALDWELL J.A.R., SCHECHTER P.L., DRESSLER A., EGAMI E., RIX H.-W. Astron. J., 127, 2617-2630 (2004) WFI J2026-4536 and WFI J2033-4723: two new quadruple gravitational lenses. oTables 1, 3: PSF stars not identified o<[MCS2004b] WFI JHHMM+DDMM> N=2. Table 1, Figs 2, 3: <[MCS2004b] WFI J2026-4536 AN> (Nos A-C, A1-A2, G, G1). Table 3, Figs 3, 4: <[MCS2004b] WFI J2033-4723 AN> (Nos A-C, A1-A2, G, G1-G6, X1-X4). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database
Details on Acronym:   WFI
   WFI (Wide-Field Imager) ***** Avoid the usage of WFI, prefer [MCS2004b] Originof the Acronym: A = Assigned by the author(s)

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