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The Gravitational Lens Candidate HE 1104–1805 And The Size Of Absorption Systems

  • A. Smette (a1), J.G. Robertson (a2), P.A. Shaver (a3), D. Reimers (a4), L. Wisotzki (a4) and Th. Köhler (a4)...

Abstract

We obtained 1.2 Å resolution spectra over the range 3175–7575 Å for the two components of the gravitational lens candidate HE 1104–1805 (z = 2.31, m B = 16.7 and 18.6, separation = 3.0 arcsec; cf. Wisotzki et al. 1993), with the aim of setting limits on the sizes of the clouds producing the Ly-α, C IV, and Mg II absorption systems. We refer to Smette et al. (1995) for a detailed account of this study.

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Shaver, P.A., & Robertson, J.G., 1983, ApJL, 268, L57
Smette, A., Robertson, J.G., Shaver, P.A., Reimers, D., Wisotzki, L., & Köhler, T., 1995, A&AS, in press
Wisotzki, L., Köhler, T., Kayser, R., & Reimers, D., 1993, A&A 278, L15

The Gravitational Lens Candidate HE 1104–1805 And The Size Of Absorption Systems

  • A. Smette (a1), J.G. Robertson (a2), P.A. Shaver (a3), D. Reimers (a4), L. Wisotzki (a4) and Th. Köhler (a4)...

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