quasi-stellar object

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quasi-stellar object

Self-gravity and quasi-stellar object discs

The nature of X-ray-absorbed quasi-stellar objects

An 80-kpc Lyα halo around a high-redshift type-2 quasi-stellar object

XMM–Newton observations of seven soft X-ray excess quasi-stellar objects

Modelling the quasi-stellar object luminosity and spatial clustering at low redshifts

A strongly star-forming group: three massive galaxies associated with a quasi-stellar object

Spectral energy distributions of type 2 quasi-stellar objects: obscured star formation at high redshifts

The transverse proximity effect in the z∼ 2 Lyman α forest suggests quasi-stellar object episodic lifetimes of ∼1 Myr

Narrow associated quasi-stellar object absorbers: clustering, outflows and the line-of-sight proximity effect

C iv absorption-line variability in X-ray-bright broad absorption-line quasi-stellar objects

The relation between the optical spectral slope and the luminosity for 17 Palomar–Green quasi-stellar objects

The evolution of host mass and black hole mass in quasi-stellar objects from the 2dF QSO Redshift Survey

Galactic winds and extended Lyα emission from the host galaxies of high column density quasi-stellar object absorption systems

Detecting the highest redshift (z > 8) quasi-stellar objects in a wide, near-infrared slitless spectroscopic survey

The radio spectra of reddened Two Micron All Sky Survey quasi-stellar objects: evidence for young radio jets

Herschel ⋆-ATLAS: The far-infrared properties and star formation rates of broad absorption line quasi-stellar objects

The C iv Baldwin effect in quasi-stellar objects from Seventh Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey


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A quasar which resembles a quasi-stellar radio source in many optical properties, but is relatively radio-quiet. QSOs appear to be about 100 times more numerous than the strong radio quasars.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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