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The Radio Structures of the Compact Steep Spectrum Sources 3C119, 3C287 and 3C343

  • Nan Ren-dong (a1), R. T. Schilizzi (a2), C. Fanti (a3), R. Fanti (a3), W.J.M. van Breugel (a4) and T. W. Muxlow (a5)...

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The compact steep spectrum radio sources, 3C119, 3C287 and 3C343, are identified with QSO'S of redshift 0.46, 1.055 and 0.988 and visual magnitude 20.0, 17.7 and 20.6 respectively. The overall physical extent of each source is −500 pc (Fanti et al. 1985, 1986). Here we present the results of new global VLBI 18 cm observations which have been combined with MERLIN data to improve the U-V coverage. The data were mapped using the CALTECH and AIPS software packages and also using OLAF software system developed in Jodrell Bank for 3C119 and 3C343.

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Fanti, C., Fanti, R., Parma, P., Schilizzi, R.T., van Breugel, W.J.M., 1985, Astron. Astrophys. 113, 292.
Fanti, C., Fanti, R., Schilizzi, R.T., Spencer, R.E., van Breugel, W.J.M., 1986, Astron. Astrophys., 170, 10.

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