Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 es in the three-dimensional distribution of    radio galaxies and their implications.
oTable 2: <TONS 08 NNNN> N=82 among (Nos 15-1140).
 Auth.:BRAND K.+
   Ref:=2004MNRAS.351..676R
     byRAWLINGS S.
, WILLOTT C.J., HILL G.J., ARCHIBALD E.N., DUNLOP J.S., HUGHES D.H.
 Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 351, 676-684 (2004)

    Submillimetre photometry of typical high-redshift radio quasars.

oTable 1: <TONS HH NNNN> N=5.
   Ref:=2005MNRAS.357.1231B
     byBRAND K.
, RAWLINGS S., HILL G.J., TUFTS J.R.
 Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 357, 1231-1254 (2005)

    The three-dimensional clustering of radio galaxies in the Texas-Oxford
    NVSS structure survey.
oTable 4: <TONS 12 NNNN> N=107 among (Nos 30-3942). Table 5: <TONS 08w    NNNN> N=47 among (Nos 232-5879). Table 6: <TONS 16 NNNN> N=40 among    (Nos 34-2749).
   Ref:=2010MNRAS.401.1709V
     byVARDOULAKI E.
, RAWLINGS S., HILL G.J., MAUCH T., INSKIP K.J., RILEY J., BRAND K., CROFT S., WILLOTT C.J.
 Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 401, 1709-1759 (2010)

    The TexOx-1000 redshift survey of radio sources I: the TOOT00 region.

oTable 1: <TONS 00 NNNN> N=47 among (Nos 1022-1298).
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/MNRAS/344/283
=E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/MNRAS/357/1231

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