A Cluster of High Redshift Quasars with Apparent Diameter 2.3 Degrees

Abstract

During analysis of the relation of quasars to galaxies in the 2dF deep field a concentration of quasars was noted. Most striking was the closeness in redshift of 14 quasars about the mean redshift z = 2.149 with a range of ±.018. The cluster in spite of its high redshift subtends an area of diameter more than 2.3 degrees on the sky. At conventional redshift… (More)

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@inproceedings{Arp2008ACO, title={A Cluster of High Redshift Quasars with Apparent Diameter 2.3 Degrees}, author={Halton Arp}, year={2008} }