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Spectroscopy of radio sources from the third Bologna survey

Djorgovski, S. and Thompson, D. J. and Vigotti, M. and Grueff, G. (1990) Spectroscopy of radio sources from the third Bologna survey. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 102 (648). pp. 113-116. ISSN 0004-6280. doi:10.1086/132615.

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We present long-slit CCD spectroscopy of eleven optical candidates for selected radio sources from the third Bologna survey (B3). One object (0141+398) is a probable misidentification, a foreground star. The remaining ones are a mixture of quasars and active galaxies, ranging in redshift from 0.11 to 0.85. B3 0219+443 is a steep-spectrum quasar. B3 1141+374 is identified with an interacting galaxy pair, with the southern component harboring an active nucleus.

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Additional Information:© 1990 The Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Received 1989 October 27. We are indebted to the staff of Palomar Observatory for their expert help and, in particular, to Juan Carrasco, Dave Tennant, John Henning, and Skip Staples. We also thank Helen Johnston, Alain Picard, and Georges Meylan for their assistance with the observations. This work was supported in part by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the California Institute of Technology (S.D.) and by a Caltech Institute Fellowship (D.J.T.).
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Subject Keywords:galaxies: redshifts-quasars-redshifts-spectroscopy
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Official Citation:S. Djorgovski et al 1990 PASP 102 113
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