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ON THE GALAXIES IN THE DIRECTION OF TON 256 AND B 264
JOHN N. BAHCALL and NETA A. BAHCALL
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Vol. 82, No. 487 (June 1970), pp. 721-729
Published by: Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40674896
Page Count: 9
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Evidence is presented which suggests that the QSO Ton 256 could be in a cluster of galaxies with the same redshift as the QSO. In order to facilitate redshift determinations, accurate positions, magnitude estimates, and a finding chart are given for the brightest galaxies that are the most likely candidates for membership in a cluster containing Ton 256. Similar measurements are provided for the galaxies in the cluster of galaxies containing the QSO B 264.
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