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Nereid
2009-Jan-22, 02:43 PM
In 1996, this Hubble PR (http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1996/10) introduced a Hubble image of the heart of galaxy cluster CL0024+1654 (a.k.a. 0024+17, a.k.a. ...) and pointed to the multiple 'blue, loop-shaped objects'. This 1996 paper (http://fr.arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/9512128) (link is to the 1995 arXiv preprint) is about "reconstruction of the image of a high-redshift source galaxy responsible for multiple long arcs in the z = 0.4 cluster 0024+1654 [...] obtained by inverse lensing", and includes some figures showing the reconstruction.

Does anyone know if there are other papers, or documents/materials available on the web, with images of a reconstruction of this galaxy (not necessarily by Colley et al.)? If so, links please!

Please note that my question is about reconstructed images of this galaxy only! There are a great many papers (etc) about this cluster, and lots of images of it.

More general question: what do you think is the most visually striking reconstructed image of a lensed galaxy? Please, no artist's impression(s).