Gaia DR2
ImageGBPRPBP-RPparallax (mas)pmra (mas)pmdec (mas)PMSIGAENAEN sigSource ID
118.309 18.414 17.776 0.638 0.284 ±0.257 -0.440 ±0.413 0.603 ±0.443 1.729 0.000 0.000 727779665687072768
218.598 18.869 18.131 0.738 0.830 ±0.358 0.061 ±0.557 -0.146 ±0.641 0.252 0.493 0.629 727779669982340224
320.370 nan nan nan -0.020 ±1.290 1.098 ±2.014 0.324 ±2.067 0.568 0.000 0.000 727779669981857536
Gaia DR1
ImageGAENAEN sigSource ID
118.286 0.000 -0.000 727779665687072768
218.481 1.778 3.257 727779665687070848
NameRADECbW1-W2z qsoz lenssep.NGaia densityGDR1 countGDR2 countNEDSDSS DR14PanSTARRSDECaLSGaia cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRSTNVSSSUMSSGaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchDiscovery
SDSSJ1029+2623157.3076526.3917158.-992.1990.58422.543495000NED LinkSDSS DR14 LinkPanSTARRS LinkDECaLSGDR2 cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRST
GaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchInada et al. 2006

Relevant Publications

Oct 2006: Understanding the Largest Separation Lensed Quasar, Kochanek 2006

Dec 2006: SDSS J1029+2623: A Gravitationally Lensed Quasar with an Image Separation of 22.5", Inada et al. 2006

00 2007: QSO pairs and the Lyman-alpha forest: Observations, simulations, and cosmological implications, Marble 2007

Jun 2007: Properties of wide-separation lensed quasars by clusters of galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Li et al. 2007

Mar 2008: The Third Image of the Large-Separation Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Oguri et al. 2008

Jun 2009: Gravitational lensing time delays as a tool for testing Lorentz-invariance violation, Biesiada & Piórkowska 2009

Jul 2009: Non-parametric strong lens inversion of SDSS J1004+4112, Liesenborgs et al. 2009

Aug 2010: Binary Quasars at High Redshift. I. 24 New Quasar Pairs at z ~ 3-4, Hennawi et al. 2010

Aug 2010: The Mass Distribution of SDSS J1004+4112 Revisited, Oguri 2010

Sep 2010: Understanding the Largest Quasar Lens SDSS J1029+2623, Oguri 2010

Feb 2011: Analyzing the Flux Anomalies of the Large-separation Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Kratzer et al. 2011

Sep 2011: The effects of BCGs on the statistics of large-separation lensed quasars by clusters, Qi & Chen 2011

Sep 2011: The Microlensing Properties of a Sample of 87 Lensed Quasars, Mosquera & Kochanek 2011

Dec 2011: Near-IR search for lensed supernovae behind galaxy clusters. III. Implications for cluster modeling and cosmology, Riehm et al. 2011

Mar 2012: Combined strong and weak lensing analysis of 28 clusters from the Sloan Giant Arcs Survey, Oguri et al. 2012

Aug 2012: Multi-Sightline Spectroscopy of Outflowing Winds in Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Misawa et al. 2012

Aug 2012: Measuring Microlensing Using Spectra of Multiply Lensed Quasars, Motta et al. 2012

Oct 2012: The Chandra View of the Largest Quasar Lens SDSS J1029+2623, Ota et al. 2012

Feb 2013: The Hidden Fortress: structure and substructure of the complex strong lensing cluster SDSS J1029+2623, Oguri et al. 2013

Feb 2013: Spectroscopy along Multiple, Lensed Sight Lines through Outflowing Winds in the Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Misawa et al. 2013

Feb 2013: A Two-year Time Delay for the Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Fohlmeister et al. 2013

Mar 2013: Quasar lensing, Jackson 2013

Mar 2013: The Quasar-galaxy Cross SDSS J1320+1644: A Probable Large-separation Lensed Quasar, Rusu et al. 2013

May 2013: Caught in the act: discovery of a physical quasar triplet, Farina et al. 2013

Aug 2013: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. XIII. Time delays and 9-yr optical monitoring of the lensed quasar RX J1131-1231, Tewes et al. 2013

Aug 2013: SDSS J2222+2745: A Gravitationally Lensed Sextuple Quasar with a Maximum Image Separation of 15.''1 Discovered in the Sloan Giant Arcs Survey, Dahle et al. 2013

Jan 2014: Hubble constant and dark energy inferred from free-form determined time delay distances, Sereno & Paraficz 2014

Mar 2014: Magnified Views of the Ultrafast Outflow of the z = 1.51 Active Galactic Nucleus HS 0810+2554, Chartas et al. 2014

Oct 2014: Resolving the Clumpy Structure of the Outflow Winds in the Gravitationally Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Misawa et al. 2014

Jun 2015: Broad Iron Emission from Gravitationally Lensed Quasars Observed by Chandra, Walton et al. 2015

Jul 2015: Dissecting the Gaseous Halos of z ̃ Damped Lyα Systems with Close Quasar Pairs, Rubin et al. 2015

Aug 2015: H0 from ten well-measured time delay lenses, Rathna Kumar, Stalin & Prabhu 2015

Sep 2015: The Hubble Constant, Jackson 2015

Nov 2015: Time Delay Measurements for the Cluster-lensed Sextuple Quasar SDSS J2222+2745, Dahle et al. 2015

Jan 2016: Bayesian and Profile Likelihood Approaches to Time Delay Estimation for Stochastic Time Series of Gravitationally Lensed Quasars, Tak et al. 2016

Feb 2016: Bayesian Estimates of Astronomical Time Delays between Gravitationally Lensed Stochastic Light Curves, Tak et al. 2016

Jun 2016: Kernel regression estimates of time delays between gravitationally lensed fluxes, AL Otaibi et al. 2016

Jul 2016: Multi-Sightline Observation of Narrow Absorption Lines in Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623, Misawa et al. 2016

Aug 2016: VizieR Online Data Catalog: Narrow absorption lines of lensed QSO J1029+2623 (Misawa+, 2016), Misawa et al. 2016

Jan 2017: Lens Model and Time Delay Predictions for the Sextuply Lensed Quasar SDSS J2222+2745, Sharon et al. 2017

Aug 2017: Spatially Resolved Patchy Lyα Emission within the Central Kiloparsec of a Strongly Lensed Quasar Host Galaxy at z = 2.8, Bayliss et al. 2017

Feb 2018: Spectroscopic Observations of the Outflowing Wind in the Lensed Quasar SDSS J1001+5027, Misawa et al. 2018

Jun 2018: Gravitational lensing reveals extreme dust-obscured star formation in quasar host galaxies, Stacey et al. 2018

Aug 2018: Cosmological Distance Indicators, Suyu et al. 2018

Nov 2018: SDSS J0909+4449: A large-separation strongly lensed quasar at z ̃ 2.8 with three images, Shu et al. 2018

Nov 2019: Catalogues of active galactic nuclei from Gaia and unWISE data, Shu et al. 2019

Feb 2020: Microlensing Analysis for the gravitational lens systems SDSS0924+0219, Q1355-2257, and SDSS1029+2623, Rojas et al. 2020