Compilation of observational results from the literature on extended Lyα emission around radio-quiet quasars (single-object investigations).
|Bergeron et al. (1999)||Q 2233-606||2.238||9.2′′× 12.1′′||3.2× 10-15||narrow-band imaging|
|Bunker et al. (2003)||PC 0953+4749||4.46||≈5′′||3.6 ×10-17||long-slit spectrum|
|Weidinger et al. (2005)||Q 1205-30||3.041||≈10′′||7 ×10-16||narrow-band & long-slit|
|Francis & McDonnell (2006)||PSS 2155+1358||4.28||≲0.7′′||1.7 ×10-17||integral field spectroscopy|
|Goto et al. (2012)||CFHQS J2329-0301||6.417||~1.3–1.5′′||8 ×10-17||long-slit spectrum|
|Rauch et al. (2013)||Q J0332-2751||3.045||2.2′′||5.4 × 10-17||long-slit spectrum|
|Cantalupo et al. (2014)||UM 287||2.28||≈55′′||5.5× 10-15||narrow-band imaging|
|Martin et al. (2014a)||HS 1449+19||2.843||≳30′′||2.0× 10-13||integral-field spectroscopy|
Notes. Flux is given in erg s-1 cm-2. Measurements on the fuzz around CFHQS J2329-0301 have also been published by Willott et al. (2011), who obtained similar results. No flux has been reported by Bunker et al. (2003) for the flux of the extended Lyα emission surrounding PC 0953+4749, but this object is also part of the CJW06 sample. The flux for the nebula around HS 1449+19 is from Table 3 in Martin et al. (2014a). See text for possible caveats considering the comparability of the presented values on flux and extent.
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