Gaia DR2
ImageGBPRPBP-RPparallax (mas)pmra (mas)pmdec (mas)PMSIGAENAEN sigSource ID
120.658 20.956 19.176 1.780 nan ±nan nan ±nan nan ±nan nan 0.000 0.000 4091646327353504384
Gaia DR1 - no detections
NameRADECbW1-W2z qsoz lenssep.NGaia densityGDR1 countGDR2 countNEDSDSS DR14PanSTARRSDECaLSGaia cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRSTNVSSSUMSSGaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchDiscovery
PKS1830-211278.41625-21.061111-5.0.9762.510.8860.99274502802NED LinkSDSS DR14 LinkPanSTARRS LinkDECaLSGDR2 cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRST
GaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchSubrahmanyan et al. 1990

Relevant Publications

Dec 1992: LensClean: an Algorithm for Inverting Extended, Gravitationally Lensed Images with Application to the Radio Ring Lens PKS 1830-211, Kochanek & Narayan 1992

Apr 1993: PKS 1830-211 as a Gravitationally Lensed System, Nair, Narasimha & Rao 1993

May 1995: Time Delay in the Einstein Ring PKS 1830-211, van Ommen et al. 1995

Oct 1996: Interstellar Broadening of Images in the Gravitational Lens PKS 1830-211, Jones et al. 1996

Nov 1996: PKS 1830-211: A Possible Compound Gravitational Lens, Lovell et al. 1996

Jul 1997: X-Ray Absorption toward the Einstein Ring Source PKS 1830-211, Mathur & Nair 1997

Oct 1997: Redshifted Molecular Absorption Systems toward PKS 1830-211 and B0218+357: Submillimeter CO, C I, and H2O Data, Gerin et al. 1997

Jun 1998: Image Deconvolution of the Radio Ring PKS 1830-211, Courbin et al. 1998

Jun 1998: The Complex Molecular Absorption Line System at Z = 0.886 toward PKS 1830-211, Wiklind & Combes 1998

Nov 1998: The Time Delay in the Gravitational Lens PKS 1830-211, Lovell et al. 1998

00 1999: Deuterated Molecules in PKS 1830-211, Shah et al. 1999

00 1999: BIMA and Keck Imaging of the Radio Ring PKS 1830-211, Frye et al. 1999

Apr 1999: The Redshift of the Gravitationally Lensed Radio Source PKS 1830-211, Lidman et al. 1999

Jun 1999: Dual-frequency VLBI observations of the gravitational lens system PKS 1830-211, Guirado et al. 1999

Jun 2000: Hubble Space Telescope Observations of 10 Two-Image Gravitational Lenses, Lehár et al. 2000

Oct 2000: The Host Galaxy of the Lensed Quasar Q0957+561, Keeton et al. 2000

Mar 2001: Spatially Resolved Millimeter Spectroscopy of the Gravitational Lens PKS 1830-211, Swift, Welch & Frye 2001

Apr 2001: ASCA Observation of the Lensed Blazar PKS 1830-211: An Implication of X-Ray Microlensing, Oshima et al. 2001

00 2002: Quasar Lensing, Courbin, Saha & Schechter 2002

Jan 2002: The Reddest Quasars, Gregg et al. 2002

Jun 2002: The Reddest Quasars. II. A Gravitationally Lensed FeLoBAL Quasar, Lacy et al. 2002

Aug 2002: PKS 1830-211: A Face-on Spiral Galaxy Lens, Winn et al. 2002

Aug 2002: Cosmic Alignment toward the Radio Einstein Ring PKS 1830-211?, Courbin et al. 2002

Sep 2002: The Influence of Gravitational Microlensing on the Broad Emission Lines of Quasars, Abajas et al. 2002

Apr 2003: Microlensing-induced absorption-line variability, Lewis & Ibata 2003

May 2004: A Portable Modeler of Lensed Quasars, Saha & Williams 2004

Sep 2004: PKS1830-211: The strongest lensed radio source, Narasimha 2004

Aug 2005: Confirmation of two extended objects along the line of sight to PKS 1830-211 with ESO-VLT adaptive optics imaging, Meylan et al. 2005

Oct 2005: Helical jet in the gravitationally lensed blazar PKS1830-211, Nair, Jin & Garrett 2005

Feb 2006: A Study of the Correlation between the Amplification of the Fe Kα Line and the X-Ray Continuum of Quasars due to Microlensing, Popović et al. 2006

Nov 2006: Probing isotopic ratios at z = 0.89: molecular line absorption in front of the quasar PKS 1830-211, Muller et al. 2006

Jan 2008: Variable X-Ray Absorption Toward the Gravitationally-Lensed Blazar PKS 1830-211, Dai et al. 2008

Jul 2008: The kinetic temperature of a molecular cloud at redshift 0.9: ammonia in the gravitational lens PKS 1830-211, Henkel et al. 2008

Aug 2008: High-Energy Properties of PKS 1830-211, Zhang et al. 2008

Dec 2008: Drastic changes in the molecular absorption at redshift z = 0.89 toward the quasar PKS 1830-211, Muller & Guélin 2008

Jan 2009: Detection of C I in Absorption toward PKS 1830 - 211 with the eSMA, Bottinelli et al. 2009

Nov 2010: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. VIII. Deconvolution of high resolution near-IR images and simple mass models for 7 gravitationally lensed quasars, Chantry, Sluse & Magain 2010

Aug 2011: The Remarkable γ-Ray Activity in the Gravitationally Lensed Blazar PKS 1830-211, Donnarumma et al. 2011

Nov 2011: Molecules at z = 0.89. A 4-mm-rest-frame absorption-line survey toward PKS 1830-211, Muller et al. 2011

Feb 2012: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. X. Modeling based on high-precision astrometry of a sample of 25 lensed quasars: consequences for ellipticity, shear, and astrometric anomalies, Sluse et al. 2012

Mar 2012: Interstellar Silicate Dust in the z = 0.89 Absorber toward PKS 1830-211: Crystalline Silicates at High Redshift?, Aller et al. 2012

Mar 2013: A precise and accurate determination of the cosmic microwave background temperature at z = 0.89, Muller et al. 2013

Oct 2013: Probing the jet base of the blazar PKS 1830-211 from the chromatic variability of its lensed images. Serendipitous ALMA observations of a strong gamma-ray flare, Martí-Vidal et al. 2013

Feb 2015: Gamma-Ray Flaring Activity from the Gravitationally Lensed Blazar PKS 1830-211 Observed by Fermi LAT, Abdo et al. 2015

Nov 2016: OH+ and H2O+ absorption toward PKS 1830-211, Muller et al. 2016

Oct 2017: Detection of CH+, SH+, and their 13C- and 34S-isotopologues toward PKS 1830-211, Muller et al. 2017

Dec 2017: The ortho-to-para ratio of H2Cl+: Quasi-classical trajectory calculations and new simulations in light of new observations, Le Gal et al. 2017

Aug 2018: Gaia GraL: Gaia DR2 gravitational lens systems. I. New quadruply imaged quasar candidates around known quasars, Krone-Martins et al. 2018

Jan 2019: Submillimeter polarization and variability of quasar PKS 1830-211, Marti-Vidal & Muller 2019

Jul 2019: H.E.S.S. observations of the flaring gravitationally lensed galaxy PKS 1830-211, H. E. S. S. Collaboration et al. 2019