Quasars: Not naked after all

Roth, Joshua
March 1996
Sky & Telescope;Mar96, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p12
Reports that the Hubble Telescope did not send back any images of quasars. What are quasars; References to other articles; Actions taken by astronomers Kim K. McLeod and George H. Rieke.


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