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Result of query: info cati LSC89] J1654+1346$



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Details on Acronym:   [LSC89]
   [LSC89] (Langston+Schneider+Conner+, 1989) Write:<<[LSC89] J1654+1346 Einstein Ring>>
<<[LSC89] J1654+1346 A>> N: 1+2+3 Object:Grav. lensed image + G + (Rad)  (SIMBAD class: Unknown = Object of unknown nature) Stat:is completely incorporated in Simbad Note:VLA 5 GHz and optical observations at the 1.3m McGraw-Hill telescope of MITG J1654+1346 lens system: (Nos A-B) are two lensed radio images of MITG J1654+1346, (No. C) is a radio source, (No. Q) is the QSO MITG J1654+1346, (No. G) is the lensing galaxy of the system. Ref:=1989AJ.....97.1283L byLANGSTON G.I. , SCHNEIDER D.P., CONNER S., CARILLI C.L., LEHAR J., BURKE B.F., TURNER E.L., GUNN J.E., HEWITT J.N., SCHMIDT M. Astron. J., 97, 1283-1290 (1989) MG 1654+1346 : an Einstein ring image of a quasar radio lobe. oMG 1654+1346 = MITG J1654+1346 oText: <[LSC89] J1654+1346 Einstein Ring> N=1. Table I: <[LSC89] J1654+1346 A> (Nos A-C). Table II: <[LSC89] J1654+1346 A> (Nos Q, G). Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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