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Physical Sciences: Multiple Redshifts in QSOs

Cohen, Judith G. (1972) Physical Sciences: Multiple Redshifts in QSOs. Nature, 237 (5353). p. 273. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/237273a0.

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Four QSOs (PHL 957, Ton 1530, Parkes 0237–23, and 4C 05.34) are now known with complex absorption spectra; these have been interpreted as objects with multiple redshifts. It is disturbing that even with the use of up to 10 redshifts per object, 20% or more of the absorption lines which are definitely present with strength 2 or greater remain unidentified.

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