Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet spectroscopy of 14 low-redshift quasars

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet spectroscopy of 14 low-redshift quasars
Author(s)
Ganguly R, Brotherton M, Arav N, Heap S, Wisotzki L, Aldcroft T, Alloin D, Behar E, Canalizo G, Crenshaw D, De Kool M, Chambers K, Cecil G, Chatzichristou E, Everett J, Gabel J, Gaskell C, Galliano E, Green R, Hall P, Hines D, Junkkarinen V, Kaastra J, Kaiser M, Kazanas D, Konigl A, Korista K, Kriss G, Laor A, Leighly K, Mathur S, Ogle P, Proga D, Sabra B, Sivron R, Snedden S, Telfer R, Vestergaard M
Publication Title
ASTRONOMICAL JOURNAL
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTRON J
Publication Date
2007 Feb
DOI
10.1086/510129
ISSN
0004-6256
Volume
133
Issue
2
Page Count
8
First Page
479
Last Page
486
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, quasars : absorption lines, quasars : emission lines, surveys, BROAD ABSORPTION-LINE, ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI, C-IV LAMBDA-1549, RADIATION-DRIVEN WINDS, RADIO-QUIET QUASARS, DIGITAL SKY SURVEY, STELLAR OBJECTS, EMISSION-LINE, INTRINSIC ABSORPTION, IMAGING SPECTROGRAPH
Citation
Ganguly R, Brotherton M, Arav N, Heap S, Wisotzki L, Aldcroft T, Alloin D, Behar E, Canalizo G, Crenshaw D, et al. Hubble Space Telescope ultraviolet spectroscopy of 14 low-redshift quasars. ASTRON J. 2007;133 (2):479-486.
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