3C 324-An extremely distant cluster radio galaxy

@article{Spinrad19843C3E,
  title={3C 324-An extremely distant cluster radio galaxy},
  author={H. Spinrad and S. Djorgovski},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1984},
  volume={280}
}
La radiosource puissante 3C 324 est identifiee a une galaxie d'un amas faible avec V≃22,6. Les donnees spectroscopiques CCD, conduisent a un deplacement vers le rouge des raies d'emission z e =1,2063. Le spectre d'emission presente des raies etroites et un faible niveau d'ionisation 
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