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Radio Emission From Optically Selected Quasars

  • K. Kellermann (a1), R. Sramek (a1), D. Shaffer (a2), R. Green (a3) and M. Schmidt (a4)...

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Shortly after their discovery, it was realized that most quasars are not found in radio source catalogues, and a number of searches were initiated to try to detect weak radio emission from “optically selected quasars.”

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Radio Emission From Optically Selected Quasars

  • K. Kellermann (a1), R. Sramek (a1), D. Shaffer (a2), R. Green (a3) and M. Schmidt (a4)...

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