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Title Gravitational lensing [electronic resource] : proceedings of a workshop held in Toulouse, France, September 13-15, 1989 / Y. Mellier, B. Fort, G. Soucail, eds.

Published Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1990.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xv, 315 pages) : illustrations.
Series Lecture notes in physics, 1616-6361 ; 360
Lecture notes in physics ; 360. 1616-6361
Springer Lecture Notes in Physics
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This is an exhaustive review of our theoretical and observational knowledge of gravitational lensing 10 years after the discovery of the first lensed quasar, Q0957+561. Gravitational optics, optical, infrared, and radio observations of quasar-lens candidates, microlensing, arcs in clusters of galaxies, and radio rings are presented. In particular, the continuing survey of quasar-lens candidates, the new measurement of the time delay in 0957+561, the suspended microlensing effect through the galaxy 2237+030, as well as the discovery of new arcs and the measurement of new redshifts for two of them are presented. Numerous papers on the modelling of arcs and rings show how it should be possible to probe dark matter with these unexpected gravitational telescopes. Finally, tables summarize all the lens candidates we know today.
Other author Mellier, Y. (Yannick), 1958-
Fort, B. (Bernard), 1942-
Soucail, G. (Geneviève), 1962-
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Gravitational lenses -- Congresses.
Quasars -- Congresses.
Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
ISBN 9783540470878
3540470875
038752648X
9780387526485