Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Volume 34 Issue 4 December 2013 pp 317-327
The measurement of the variations of absorption lines over time is a good method to study the physical conditions of absorbers. In this paper, we measure the variations of the line strength of 36 narrow Mg II𝜆𝜆2796, 2803 associated absorption doublets, which are imprinted on 31 quasar spectra with two observations of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS). The timescales of these quasar span 1.1–5.5 years at the quasar rest-frame. On these timescales, we find that these narrow Mg II associated absorption doublets are stable, with no one 𝜆2796 line showing strength variation beyond 2 times error (2𝜎).
Volume 35 Issue 3 September 2014 pp 529-531 Part VII: Other Topics
Absorption lines are an important tool for probing the gas in the Universe. Our group aim to identify the metal absorption lines imprinted on the quasar spectra of the BOSS. In this work, we show the metal absorption lines identified in the spectrum of SDSS J160032.95+323638.7.
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