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Result of query: info cati JH97]$

Details on Acronym:   [JH97]
   [JH97] (Jaunsen+Hjorth, 1997) Write:<<[JH97] B1600+434>>
<<[JH97] B1600+434 Lens>>
<<[JH97] B1600+434 A>>
<<[JH97] B1600+434 SE>>
<<[JH97] Star N>> N: 1+1+2+1+4 Object:G + *  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:Image of the gravitational lens CLASS B1600+434 = [JH97] B1600+434:
1 lens 'B1600+434 Lens'. 2 lensing images [JH97] B1600+434 A and B. 1 galaxy named here 'SE'. In the field of the lens: 4 stars (Nos 1-4). See also [KDJ98] and [FC98]. Ref:=1997A&A...317L..39J byJAUNSEN A.O. , HJORTH J. Astron. Astrophys., 317, 39-None (1997) Detection of a spiral lens galaxy and optical variability in the gravitational lens system B1600+434. oTable 3: <[JH97] B1600+434> N=1, <[JH97] B1600+434 Lens> N=1, <[JH97] B1600+434 A> (Nos A-B), <[JH97] B1600+434 SE>. Fig 1: <[JH97] Star N> (Nos 1-3). Ref:=2000ApJ...544..117B byBURUD I. , HJORTH J., JAUNSEN A.O., ANDERSEN M.I., KORHONEN H., CLASEN J.W., PELT J., PIJPERS F.P., MAGAIN P., OSTENSEN R. Astrophys. J., 544, 117-122 (2000) An optical time delay estimate for the double gravitational lens system B1600+434. oFig.2: <[JH97] Star N> (No. 4) added. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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