Gaia DR2
ImageGBPRPBP-RPparallax (mas)pmra (mas)pmdec (mas)PMSIGAENAEN sigSource ID
118.844 18.989 18.280 0.709 0.512 ±0.276 0.170 ±0.281 -0.106 ±0.257 0.731 0.000 0.000 1537658249711963904
218.868 18.926 18.312 0.614 0.037 ±0.288 -0.098 ±0.292 -0.597 ±0.284 2.130 0.471 0.956 1537658352791579776
Gaia DR1
ImageGAENAEN sigSource ID
118.547 0.833 1.425 1537658352791579776
218.552 0.000 0.000 1537658249711963904
NameRADECbW1-W2z qsoz lenssep.NGaia densityGDR1 countGDR2 countNEDSDSS DR14PanSTARRSDECaLSGaia cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRSTNVSSSUMSSGaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchDiscovery
SDSSJ1206+4332181.6236143.5385671.0.8881.7890.7483.032206222NED LinkSDSS DR14 LinkPanSTARRS LinkDECaLSGDR2 cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRST
GaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchOguri et al. 2005

Relevant Publications

Mar 2005: Discovery of Two Gravitationally Lensed Quasars with Image Separations of 3" from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Oguri et al. 2005

Nov 2007: SDSS J131339.98+515128.3: a new gravitationally lensed quasar selected based on near-infrared excess, Ofek et al. 2007

Dec 2007: Is there a quad problem among optical gravitational lenses?, Oguri 2007

Mar 2009: VizieR Online Data Catalog: R magnitudes of 5 double QSOs (Paraficz+, 2009), Paraficz, Hjorth & Eliasdottir 2009

May 2009: Results of optical monitoring of 5 SDSS double QSOs with the Nordic Optical Telescope, Paraficz, Hjorth & Elíasdóttir 2009

Dec 2009: Microlensing-based Estimate of the Mass Fraction in Compact Objects in Lens Galaxies, Mediavilla et al. 2009

Mar 2010: Improved Constraints on the Gravitational Lens Q0957+561. II. Strong Lensing, Fadely et al. 2010

Mar 2010: Dissecting the Gravitational lens B1608+656. II. Precision Measurements of the Hubble Constant, Spatial Curvature, and the Dark Energy Equation of State, Suyu et al. 2010

Apr 2010: The Hubble Constant Inferred from 18 Time-delay Lenses, Paraficz & Hjorth 2010

Sep 2010: Strong Lensing by Galaxies, Treu 2010

May 2011: Cusped mass density profiles and magnification ratios of double-image gravitational lenses, Mutka 2011

Apr 2013: VizieR Online Data Catalog: 2 lensed quasars light curves (Eulaers+, 2013), Eulaers et al. 2013

May 2013: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. XII. Time delays of the doubly lensed quasars SDSS J1206+4332 and HS 2209+1914, Eulaers et al. 2013

Jun 2015: High resolution imaging and spectroscopy of the gravitational lens SDSSJ1206+4332: a natural coronagraph at $z=1.789$ and a standard ruler at $z=0.745$, Agnello et al. 2015

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

Sep 2015: Precision cosmology with time delay lenses: high resolution imaging requirements, Meng et al. 2015

Sep 2015: The Hubble Constant, Jackson 2015

May 2016: Subaru Telescope adaptive optics observations of gravitationally lensed quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Rusu et al. 2016

Jun 2016: Spectroscopy and high-resolution imaging of the gravitational lens SDSS J1206+4332, Agnello et al. 2016

Jul 2016: Time delay cosmography, Treu & Marshall 2016

Oct 2017: Quasar lenses and galactic streams: outlier selection and Gaia multiplet detection, Agnello 2017

May 2018: Forward modelling of quasar light curves and the cosmological matter power spectrum on milliparsec scales, Karami, Afshordi & Zavala 2018

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

Nov 2018: The STRong lensing Insights into the Dark Energy Survey (STRIDES) 2016 follow-up campaign - I. Overview and classification of candidates selected by two techniques, Treu et al. 2018

Dec 2018: Hubble Constant from LSST Strong lens time delays with microlensing systematics, Liao 2018

Jan 2019: Hubble Constant from LSST Strong-lens Time Delays with Microlensing Systematics, Liao 2019

Mar 2019: Gravitationally lensed quasars in Gaia - III. 22 new lensed quasars from Gaia data release 2, Lemon, Auger & McMahon 2019

Apr 2019: H0LiCOW - IX. Cosmographic analysis of the doubly imaged quasar SDSS 1206+4332 and a new measurement of the Hubble constant, Birrer et al. 2019

May 2019: H0LiCOW XII. Lens mass model of WFI2033-4723 and blind measurement of its time-delay distance and $H_0$, Rusu et al. 2019

May 2019: Measuring the Hubble Constant Near and Far in the Era of ELT's, Beaton et al. 2019

May 2019: Cosmological model selection from standard siren detections by third generation gravitational wave obervatories, Mendonça & Sturani 2019

Jul 2019: A search for gravitationally lensed quasars and quasar pairs in Pan-STARRS1: spectroscopy and sources of shear in the diamond 2M1134-2103, Rusu et al. 2019

Jul 2019: H0LiCOW XIII. A 2.4% measurement of $H_{0}$ from lensed quasars: $5.3\sigma$ tension between early and late-Universe probes, Wong et al. 2019

Jul 2019: Calibrating the standard candles with strong lensing, Wen & Liao 2019

Aug 2019: The Hubble constant determined through an inverse distance ladder including quasar time delays and Type Ia supernovae, Taubenberger et al. 2019

Sep 2019: A CMB Search for the Neutrino Mass Mechanism and its Relation to the $H_0$ Tension, Escudero & Witte 2019

Sep 2019: COSMOGRAIL. XVIII. time delays of the quadruply lensed quasar WFI2033-4723, Bonvin et al. 2019

Sep 2019: Measuring the Distances to Quasars at High Redshifts with Strong Lensing, Liao 2019

Oct 2019: Strong Lensing Time Delay Constraints on Dark Energy: a Forecast, Shiralilou et al. 2019

Oct 2019: Astrometric requirements for strong lensing time-delay cosmography, Birrer & Treu 2019

Oct 2019: Non-minimal dark sector physics and cosmological tensions, Di Valentino et al. 2019

Oct 2019: STRIDES: A 3.9 per cent measurement of the Hubble constant from the strong lens system DES J0408-5354, Shajib et al. 2019

Nov 2019: Over-constrained Gravitational Lens Models and the Hubble Constant, Kochanek 2019

Nov 2019: A Model-independent Determination of the Hubble Constant from Lensed Quasars and Supernovae Using Gaussian Process Regression, Liao et al. 2019

Dec 2019: From Solar Eclipse of 1919 to the Spectacle of Gravitational Lensing, Lima & Santos 2019

Dec 2019: TDCOSMO. I. An exploration of systematic uncertainties in the inference of $H_0$ from time-delay cosmography, Millon et al. 2019

Dec 2019: A model independent comparison of supernova and strong lensing cosmography: implications for the Hubble constant tension, Pandey, Raveri & Jain 2019

Dec 2019: A SHARP view of H0LiCOW: H0 from three time-delay gravitational lens systems with adaptive optics imaging, Chen et al. 2019

Dec 2019: The Legacy of Einstein's Eclipse, Gravitational Lensing, Cervantes-Cota, Galindo-Uribarri & Smoot 2019

Jan 2020: $H_0$ Reconstruction with Type Ia Supernovae, Baryon Acoustic Oscillation and Gravitational Lensing Time-Delay, Lyu et al. 2020