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Subject: ASW00097c7

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  • jtreisner by jtreisner

    possible #redarc at 7 (around bright white)

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  • bapl by bapl

    bright white is a star

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    ASW00097c7 #QSO #double at 7:30? SDSS J222024.58+010931.3 1237678595932094536 335.10246 1.15869 0.213

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    #dailyzoo ; if confirmed, would be added to the known (3 or 4) QSOs acting as strong gravitational lens on background galaxy (arXiv1110.551)

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    spec-0375-52140-0361
    tentative identification lines from a background source: z ~0.719 for OII 3727,3729 HeII 4687 OIII 4364 OIII 4960,5008

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  • Tom_Collett by Tom_Collett scientist

    If it is a lens, the galaxy hosting the quasar would have to be ultra-massive to get such a large Einstein radius.

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    images sep 7.5" (Aladin on CFHTLS r-band or on UKIDSS-K ), but don't know what you call "ultra massive" and large radius?

    see GZ post 7112

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    J222024.58+010931.3 #Model http://mite.physik.uzh.ch/data/013572 pixrad 12 zl 0.21 zs 0.7 shear 0.01

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