A Nearly Symmetric Double-image Gravitational Lens

@inproceedings{Winn2008ANS,
  title={A Nearly Symmetric Double-image Gravitational Lens},
  author={Joshua N. Winn and Jacqueline N. Hewitt and Alok R. Patnaik and Paul L. Schechter and Robert A. Schommer and Sebasti{\'a}n Illanes L{\'o}pez and Jose Carlos Moyano Maza and S. Wachter},
  year={2008}
}
We report the discovery of a new double-image gravitational lens resulting from our search for lenses in the southern sky. Radio source PMN J2004–1349 is composed of two compact components separated by 1. 13 in VLA, MERLIN and VLBA images. The components have a flux ratio of 1:1 at radio frequencies ranging from 5 GHz to 22 GHz. The I-band optical counterpart is also an equal double, with roughly the same separation and position angle as the radio double. Upon subtraction of the components from… CONTINUE READING
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