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Result of query: info cati YDG81] QSO 1115+080$



Details on Acronym:   [YDG81]
   [YDG81] (Young+Deverill+Gunn+, 1981) Write:<<[YDG81] G>>
<<[YDG81] GN>>
<<[YDG81] QSO 1115+080 AN>> N: 1+4+2 Object:G + QSO  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:N=1 lensing galaxy with the QSO 1115+080, format 'G'. N=4 galaxies (Nos G1-G4) close to QSO 1115+080. See [HH86b] GrG. lensed image A is divided into two images A1 and A2.
See also [T98] in source:QSO B1115+080 Ref:=1981ApJ...244..723Y byYOUNG P. , DEVERILL R.S., GUNN J.E., WESTPHAL J.A., KRISTIAN J. Astrophys. J., 244, 723-735 (1981) The triple quasar Q1115+080A, B, C: a quintuple gravitational lens image. oT.7: star S = [WLA80] S oText: <[YDG81] G> N=1. Table 7: <[YDG81] GN> (Nos G1-G3), <[YDG81] QSO 1115+080 AN> (Nos A1-A2). Ref:=1986Natur.321..139H byHENRY J.P. , HEASLEY J.N. Nature, 321, 139-142 (1986) High-resolution imaging from Mauna Kea : the triple quasar in 0.3-arcs seeing. o<[YDG81] GN> (No. 4) added. <[HH86b] GrG> N=1. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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