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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Rajaram Nityananda
    Pages 1-12
  3. Israel Kovner
    Pages 16-28
  4. Stéphane Marchandon
    Pages 51-53
  5. Rachel L. Webster, Paul C. Hewett
    Pages 73-82
  6. J.P. Swings, P. Magain, M. Remy, J. Surdej, A. Smette, D. Hutsemekers et al.
    Pages 83-87
  7. P. Magain, M. Remy, J. Surdej, J. -P. Swings, A. Smette
    Pages 88-92
  8. E. E. Falco, I. I. Shapiro, J. H. Krolik
    Pages 96-101
  9. Peter A. Thomas, Rachel L. Webster
    Pages 117-121
  10. A. Smette, J. Surdej, P. A. Shaver, C. B. Foltz, F. H. Chaffee Jr, P. Magain
    Pages 122-123
  11. Bernard F. Burke
    Pages 127-135
  12. M. B. Heflin, M. V. Gorenstein, C. R. Lawrence, B. F. Burke, I. I. Shapiro
    Pages 136-140
  13. E. Kellogg, E. Falco, W. Forman, C. Jones, P. Slane
    Pages 141-162
  14. Peter Schneider
    Pages 173-185
  15. R. T. Corrigan, M. J. Irwin, P. C. Hewett, R. L. Webster
    Pages 206-209
  16. D. Nadeau, H. K. C. Yee, W. J. Forrest, J. D. Garnett, Z. Ninkov, J. L. Pipher
    Pages 216-217
  17. Christopher S. Kochanek
    Pages 244-253
  18. Vahé Petrosian, Anton G. Bergmann, Roger Lynds
    Pages 254-260
  19. Y. Mellier, G. Soucail, B. Fort, J. F. Le Borgne, R. Pello
    Pages 261-270
  20. Scott A. Grossman
    Pages 275-279
  21. Robert J. Nemiroff, E. O. Hulburt
    Pages 280-283
  22. Alfonso Aragón Salamanca, Richard S. Ellis
    Pages 288-290
  23. G. Soucail, Y. Mellier, B. Fort, G. Mathez, M. Cailloux
    Pages 291-292
  24. R. Pello, J. F. Le Borgne, G. Mathez, Y. Mellier, B. Sanahuja, G. Soucail
    Pages 293-294
  25. G. Wlérick, C. Vanderriest, F. Hammer, G. Lelièvre, D. Horville, L. Renard et al.
    Pages 295-297
  26. R. D. Blandford
    Pages 299-308

About these proceedings

Introduction

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.

Keywords

Gravity Redshift galaxies gravitation gravitational lens quasar telescope

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/BFb0009226
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-52648-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47087-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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