Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Polarimetry of the Gravitational Lens FSC 10214+4724

@article{Nguyen1998HubbleST,
  title={Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Polarimetry of the Gravitational Lens FSC 10214+4724},
  author={Hien Nguyen and Peter R. Eisenhardt and Michael W. Werner and Robert W. Goodrich and David W. Hogg and Lee Armus and Baruch T. Soifer and Gerry X. Neugebauer},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={117},
  pages={671 - 676}
}
We present imaging polarimetry of the extremely luminous, redshift 2.3 IRAS source FSC 10214+4724. The observations were obtained with HST's Faint Object Camera in the F437M filter, which is free of strong emission lines. The 0.″7 long arc is unresolved to 0.″04 FWHM in the transverse direction and has an integrated polarization of 28% ± 3%, in good agreement with ground-based observations. The polarization position angle varies along the arc by up to 35°. The overall position angle is 62° ± 3… 

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