Radio and optical spectra of objects from three complete samples of radio sourcesстатья

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[1] Radio and optical spectra of objects from three complete samples of radio sources / V. L. Afanas’Ev, S. N. Dodonov, A. V. Moiseev et al. // Astronomy Reports. — 2006. — Vol. 50. — P. 255–272. We present classifications, optical identifications, and radio spectra for 19 radio sources from three complete samples, with declinations 4deg 6deg (B1950, S 3.9 GHz gt 200 mJy), 10deg 12deg30prime (J2000, S 4.85 GHz gt 200 mJy), and 74deg 75deg (J2000, S 4.85 GHz gt 100 mJy). We also present corresponding information for the radio source J0527+0331. The right ascensions are 0 24h and the Galactic latitudes |b| gt 15deg for all the samples. Our observations were obtained with the 6 m telescope from the Special Astrophysical Observatory in the range 4000 9000 Å or 4000 7500 Å and the RATAN-600 radio telescope at frequencies in the range 0.97 21.7 GHz. We obtained flux densities for the radio sources and optical spectra for their optical counterparts. Nine objects were classified as quasars with redshifts from z = 1.029 to 3.212; nine objects are emission-line galaxies with redshifts from 0.172 to 0.546, and one is a galaxy with burstlike star formation at z = 0.156, and one is a BL Lac object with z = 0.509. The spectra of five radio sources were decomposed into extended and compact components. The radio source J0527+0331, identified with a BL Lac object, displays significant variations of time scales from several days to several years. Data on flux variations are presented for 11 radio sources, as well as their spectra at several epochs. [ DOI ]

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