Most reliable gravitationally lensed quasar candidates found with the “Multiplets” method described in the text.
|KIDSJ0106−2917||01:06:49.80||−29:17:12.20||GAL||2||3.4||Double with large shear|
|KiDSJ0208−3203||02:08:53.16||−32:02:03.51||GAL||3||2.0||Cross Quad candidate|
|KIDSJ0215−2909||02:15:14.4||−29:09:25.6||GAL||3||3.2||Fold Quad candidate|
|KiDSJ1346+0017||13:46:12.38||+00:17:20.18||GAL||4||2.8||Double with large shear|
Notes. Cutouts of the candidates are shown in Fig. 11. We highlight in the table the number of matches found for each system in the BEXGO catalogue. In groups where the number of detections is smaller than the total number of objects visible from the cutout, most probably these objects are fainter than the magnitude threshold we set for the input catalogue. We double checked that these missing matches were not objects classified as stars. The last column before the notes indicates the separation between the multiple QSO images.
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