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Gaia DR2
ImageGBPRPBP-RPparallax (mas)pmra (mas)pmdec (mas)PMSIGAENAEN sigSource ID
117.678 17.768 17.142 0.626 0.909 ±0.168 0.232 ±0.275 1.201 ±0.351 3.525 0.858 9.861 1356637374030072832
219.529 nan nan nan 0.434 ±0.501 -0.036 ±0.805 -0.684 ±0.859 0.798 0.000 0.000 1356637374029266176
Gaia DR1
ImageGAENAEN sigSource ID
117.540 0.589 2.237 1356637374029266048
NameRADECbW1-W2z qsoz lenssep.NGaia densityGDR1 countGDR2 countNEDSDSS DR14PanSTARRSDECaLSGaia cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRSTNVSSSUMSSGaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchDiscovery
SDSSJ1650+4251252.68142.8636939.1.1491.5430.577?1.182783812NED LinkSDSS DR14 LinkPanSTARRS LinkDECaLSGDR2 cutoutWISE modelWISEFIRST
GaiaCFHT cutoutCFHT searchMorgan et al. 2003



Relevant Publications

Nov 2003: SDSS J1650+4251: A New Gravitational Lens, Morgan, Snyder & Reens 2003

00 2006: Gravitational Lensing: Strong, Weak and Micro, Meylan et al. 2006

Mar 2007: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. V. The time delay in SDSS J1650+4251, Vuissoz et al. 2007

Apr 2007: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. VI. Redshift of the lensing galaxy in seven gravitationally lensed quasars, Eigenbrod, Courbin & Meylan 2007

May 2007: Gravitational Lens Time Delays: A Statistical Assessment of Lens Model Dependences and Implications for the Global Hubble Constant, Oguri 2007

Sep 2007: The Hubble Constant, Jackson 2007

Feb 2008: The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Quasar Lens Search. II. Statistical Lens Sample from the Third Data Release, Inada et al. 2008

May 2008: A New Estimate of the Hubble Time with Improved Modeling of Gravitational Lenses, Coles 2008

Sep 2008: COSMOGRAIL: the COSmological MOnitoring of GRAvItational Lenses. VII. Time delays and the Hubble constant from WFI J2033-4723, Vuissoz et al. 2008

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

Feb 2011: A Study of Gravitational Lens Chromaticity Using Ground-based Narrowband Photometry, Mosquera et al. 2011

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

Jan 2012: Microlensing Analysis of the Gravitationally Lensed Quasar SDSS 1650+4251, Deletti et al. 2012

Jan 2013: Microlensing Analysis of Quasars FBQ0951+2635 and SDSS1650+4251, Martin et al. 2013

Feb 2013: Hubble constant, lensing, and time delay in Te Ve S, Tian, Ko & Chiu 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

May 2013: Bayesian approach to gravitational lens model selection: constraining H0 with a selected sample of strong lenses, Balm├Ęs & Corasaniti 2013

Jun 2013: Hubble Constant, Lensing, and Time Delay in Relativistic Modified Newtonian Dynamics, Tian, Ko & Chiu 2013

Jan 2014: Monitoring the Lensed Quasars FBQ 0951+2635 and SDSS 1650+4251 in the Near-Infrared: Technical Challenges, Demers et al. 2014

Jun 2014: A Comparison of Cosmological Models Using Time Delay Lenses, Wei, Wu & Melia 2014

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

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

Jul 2016: Time delay cosmography, Treu & Marshall 2016

Aug 2016: The mass-sheet degeneracy and time-delay cosmography: analysis of the strong lens RXJ1131-1231, Birrer, Amara & Refregier 2016

Jan 2018: Time delay in the variability of multiply lensed QSOs Q2237+030 , SDSS 1650+4251, Lainez, Overduin & Storrs 2018

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