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PMN map catalog of radio sources covering -88° < [delta] -37° at 4.85 GHz

PMN map catalog of radio sources covering -88° < [delta] -37° at 4.85 GHz

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Published by National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Va .
Written in English


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StatementP.C. Gregory ... [et al.].
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Open LibraryOL14894376M


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PMN map catalog of radio sources covering -88° < [delta] -37° at 4.85 GHz Download PDF EPUB FB2

A GHz sky survey. 3: Epoch and combined (+) maps covering 0 deg less than delta less than +75 deg Article (PDF Available) in The Astronomical Journal April The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and + 75 deg at GHz is derived from these maps. The catalog positions and flux densities have been corrected for known map.

The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and + 75 deg at GHz The m telescope in Green Bank was used during October to map sr of sky in the delta between 0. (1) Nearby sources are rare.

Less than 1% of the 5x10 4 northern-hemisphere radio sources with S >= 25 mJy at GHz are associated with the UGC galaxies larger than theta = 1', most of which are within about Mpc (Condon et al. Similarly, there is radio sample with the IRAS Faint Source Catalog, Version 2.

A sample of sources was selected from the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) Point Source Catalog, on the basis of their red color to enhance the possibility of discovering young sources. Using the Kölner Observatorium für SubMillimeter Astronomie (KOSMA) 3-m telescope, a single-point survey in \(^{13}\) CO J \(=\) was carried out Author: Ke Wang.

The m telescope in Green Bank was used during October to map sr of sky in the delta between 0 and + 75 deg declination band at GHz.

The 87GB catalog of 54, discrete sources. Free for 30 days. then $/month. Download and print documents. Unlimited* books, audiobooks, documents, and more. Available on any device. A subset of these sources were observed at GHz with the NRAO VLA in the JVAS style, leading to 29 compact radio sources in the zone of avoidance whose positions have been measured to an rms.

– radio flux density from NVSS (Condon et al. ) or FIRST (White et al. ) at GHz or at GHz from SUMSS (Mauch et al. ) when the former ones are not available; – radio flux density at GHz from GB6 (Gregory et al. ) or PMN (Wright et al. ), for a few other sources other bands are used as specified by notes.

Other large-scale radio surveys which may be of interest include: The ongoing VLA Low-frequency Sky Survey will ultimately cover the sky north of deg declination at 74 MHz with 80 arcsec resolution and an rms noise of about catalogs from the Cambridge 8C survey covering the polar cap above +60 deg declination at 38 MHz with arcmin X arcmin * cosec (dec).

PMN: Radio: GHz ~ 30 mJy: 16, deg 2: × 10 4: Combines several surveys Maps covering four declination bands were constructed from the survey scans with the total survey coverage over ° source catalog including peak and integrated flux densities and sizes derived from fitting a two-dimensional. -- from p.

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