Predicted lens redshifts and magnitudes for gravitational lenses


Abstract

If we know something about the mass distribution of the lens then, for a given cosmological model, we can predict the lens redshift and magnitude from the image separation. I did this for a poster at the IAU Symposium 173: The Astrophysics of Gravitational Lensing in July 1995 in Melbourne: for those lens systems with unknown lens redshifts and for some representative cosmological models.

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