Gaia DR2
ImageGBPRPBP-RPparallax (mas)pmra (mas)pmdec (mas)PMSIGAENAEN sigSource ID
117.397 16.837 16.479 0.358 nan ±nan nan ±nan nan ±nan nan 9.846 940.394 3783971985705434112
217.498 16.764 16.343 0.421 nan ±nan nan ±nan nan ±nan nan 2.650 59.679 3783971985705433984
Gaia DR1
ImageGAENAEN sigSource ID
117.331 7.452 551.877 3783971985705434112
NameRADECbW1-W2z qsoz lenssep.NGaia densityGDR1 countGDR2 countNEDSDSS DR14PanSTARRSDECaLSGaia cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRSTNVSSSUMSSGaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchDiscovery
HE1113-0641169.09805-6.960848.1.5331.2350.75?0.664536212NED LinkSDSS DR14 LinkPanSTARRS LinkDECaLSGDR2 cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRST
GaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchBlackburne et al. 2004

Relevant Publications

Dec 2004: HE 1113-0641: The Smallest Separation Quadruple Lens Identified Using a Ground-Based Optical Telescope, Blackburne, Schechter & Wisotzki 2004

Jan 2008: HE 1113-0641: The Smallest-Separation Quadruple Lens Identified by a Ground-Based Optical Telescope, Blackburne, Wisotzki & Schechter 2008

Oct 2008: Lensed Image Angles: New Statistical Evidence for Substructure, Williams et al. 2008

Jun 2010: Cosmic Evolution of Virial and Stellar Mass in Massive Early-type Galaxies, Lagattuta et al. 2010

Jul 2010: A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition, Véron-Cetty & Véron 2010

Feb 2011: Galaxy number counts and implications for strong lensing, Fassnacht, Koopmans & Wong 2011

Mar 2011: Sizes and Temperature Profiles of Quasar Accretion Disks from Chromatic Microlensing, Blackburne et al. 2011

Jan 2012: X-Ray and Optical Flux Ratio Anomalies in Quadruply Lensed Quasars. II. Mapping the Dark Matter Content in Elliptical Galaxies, Pooley et al. 2012

Mar 2012: The Fundamental Surface of quad lenses, Woldesenbet & Williams 2012

Oct 2014: A Calibration of the Stellar Mass Fundamental Plane at z ~ 0.5 Using the Micro-lensing-induced Flux Ratio Anomalies of Macro-lensed Quasars, Schechter et al. 2014

Apr 2018: Quasar lenses and pairs in the VST-ATLAS and Gaia, Agnello et al. 2018

May 2018: Gaia GraL II - Gaia DR2 Gravitational Lens Systems: The Known Multiply Imaged Quasars, Ducourant et al. 2018