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Sae
standards.sae.org › j1419_199904
J1419: Tapers for Shaft Ends and Hubs for Fuel Injection Pumps - SAE ...
SAE standards promote and facilitate safety, productivity, reliability, efficiency, and certification in mobility industries.
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Nasa
swift.gsfc.nasa.gov › results › bs70mon › SWIFT_J1419.0-2639
Swift BAT 70-Month Hard X-ray Survey » SWIFT J1419.0-2639
Optical Image (3 arcmin on a side, red = DSS 2 IR, green = DSS 2 red, blue = DSS 2 blue · Crab Weighted Monthly Mosaic Lightcurve for SWIFT J1419.0-2639
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U-strasbg
simbad.u-strasbg.fr › simbad › sim-id
RX J1419.9+2706
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Peigenesis
peigenesis.com › en › shop › part-information › J14191634 › SUN › EACH › 920729.html
J1419-16-34 Sunbank Electronics | PEI-Genesis
Buy Sunbank Electronics/J1419-16-34 at PEI-Genesis. Check stock, pricing & view product specs. Authorized Distributor. Ships fast with no minimum order quantity.
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Nrao
vlba.nrao.edu › astro › obsprep › sourcelist › 6cm › J1419+5423.htm
J1419+5423
other nameright ascension (J2000) declination (J2000) 5-GHz total flux density optical IDredshift 1418+546 14 h 19 m 46.5974 s + 54 ° 23 ´ 14.787 " 1.7 Jy BL Lac 0.152 · VLBApls image at 5 GHz color gif | contour gif | contour PostScript
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ArXiv
arxiv.org › abs › 2303.09263
[2303.09263] Radio and mid-infrared properties of the blazar J1419$-$0838
The radio quasar NVSS J141922$-$083830 (J1419$-$0838) was initially classified as an uncategorised blazar-type object, following its detection in the $γ$-ray band with the Fermi space telescope. Later, using multi-waveband observations and modeling, its was found to be a flat-spectrum radio ...
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SpringerLink
link.springer.com › home › astrophysics and space science › article
Radio and mid-infrared properties of the blazar J1419–0838 | Astrophysics and Space Science
The radio quasar NVSS J141922−083830 (J1419−0838) was initially classified as an uncategorised blazar-type object, following its detection in the γ $\gamma $ -ray band with the Fermi space telescope. Later, using multi-waveband observations and modeling, its was found to be a flat-spectrum ...
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Iop
iopscience.iop.org › article › 10.3847 › 2041-8213 › abbb8a
FIRST J1419+3940 as the First Observed Radio Flare from a ...
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ResearchGate
researchgate.net › figure › Properties-of-FIRST-J1419-3940-measured-following-different-imaging-ap-proaches_tbl1_331195755
Properties of FIRST J1419+3940 measured following different imaging ap-... | Download Table
Download Table | Properties of FIRST J1419+3940 measured following different imaging ap- proaches. from publication: Resolving the decades-long transient FIRST J141918.9+394036: an orphan long gamma-ray burst or a young magnetar nebula? | Ofek (2017) identified FIRST J141918.9+394036 (hereafter ...
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ArXiv
arxiv.org › abs › 2007.00563
[2007.00563] FIRST J1419+3940 as the First Observed Radio Flare from a Neutron Star Merger
July 1, 2020 - Nonetheless, no radio flare observation has been reported to date. Here we show that the radio transient FIRST J1419+3940, first observed in 1993 and still detectable, could have originated from a neutron star merger. We carry out numerical simulations of neutron star merger ejecta to demonstrate ...
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ResearchGate
researchgate.net › publication › 342622762_FIRST_J14193940_as_the_First_Observed_Radio_Flare_from_a_Neutron_Star_Merger
FIRST J1419+3940 as the First Observed Radio Flare from a Neutron Star Merger
July 4, 2020 - Download Citation | FIRST J1419+3940 as the First Observed Radio Flare from a Neutron Star Merger | During their violent merger, two neutron stars can shed a few percent of their mass. As this ejecta expands, it collides with the surrounding... | Find, read and cite all the research you need ...
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ResearchGate
researchgate.net › figure › Radio-Observations-of-J1419-3940_tbl2_328321219
Radio Observations of J1419+3940 | Download Table
Download Table | Radio Observations of J1419+3940 from publication: Discovery of the Luminous, Decades-long, Extragalactic Radio Transient FIRST J141918.9+394036 | We present the discovery of a slowly evolving, extragalactic radio transient, FIRST J141918.9+394036, identified by comparing a ...
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Paperswithcode
astro.paperswithcode.com › paper › first-j1419-3940-as-the-first-observed-radio
Papers with Code - FIRST J1419+3940 as the First Observed Radio Flare from a Neutron Star Merger
Nonetheless, no radio flare observation has been reported to date. Here we show that the radio transient FIRST J1419+3940, first observed in 1993 and still detectable, could have originated from a neutron star merger. We carry out numerical simulations of neutron star merger ejecta to demonstrate ...
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Inspirehep
inspirehep.net › literature › 1720649
INSPIRE
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