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87GB catalog of radio sources covering 0° < delta <+75° at 4.85 GHz

P. C. Gregory

87GB catalog of radio sources covering 0° < delta <+75° at 4.85 GHz

by P. C. Gregory

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


Edition Notes

StatementP.C. Gregory and J.J. Condon.
SeriesNRAO preprint 90/91
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17284903M

ETSI 6 ETSI EN V () The left hand edge of the figure shows the different clauses of article 3 of the Directive. The vertical boxes show the standards under article for the use of the radio . The Green Bank GHz sky survey was made with the (former) 91 m telescope during November and October The final set of images covering the declination band from 0 to +75 deg was constructed with data from both epochs. Its noise and position errors are nearly a factor of sqrt(2) smaller than in the epoch images, from which the.

Abstract: In our first paper we described three regions of the 9C survey of radio sources with the Ryle telescope at GHz, constituting a total area of deg^2 to a completeness limit of approximately 25 mJy. Here we report on a series of deeper regions, amounting to an area of deg^2 complete to approximately 10 mJy and of 29 deg^2 complete to approximately by: Utility radio GHz [Zella, Giuseppe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Utility radio GHz1/5(2).

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87GB catalog of radio sources covering 0° < delta <+75° at 4.85 GHz by P. C. Gregory Download PDF EPUB FB2

The 87GB Catalog of radio sources covering 0 deg. delta 75 deg. at GHz. The 91 m telescope in Green Bank was used during October to map sr of sky in the 0^deg^ 75^deg^ declination band at GHz.

We present the 87GB catalog of 54, discrete sources with angular sizes φ<~ ' and stronger than S ~ 25 mJy derived from these by: The final set of images covering the declination band from 0 to +75 deg was constructed with data from both epochs.

Its noise and position errors are nearly a factor of sqrt(2) smaller than in the epoch images, from which the 87GB catalog of 54, sources stronger than S ~ 25 mJy was extracted. The final set of sky maps covering the declination band 0^deg^ 75^deg^ was constructed with data from both epochs.

Its noise and position errors are nearly a factor of2^1/2^ smaller than in the epoch maps, from which the 87GB catalog of 54, sources stronger than S ~ 25 mJy was extracted. The CATS database list of astrophysical catalogs.

Last update: 22/07/ by S.A. Trushkin 87GB The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering 0 75 degs at GHz ( sources) ApJS Gregory & Condon ADS [ftp]. The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and + 75 deg at GHz. The final set of sky maps from the Green Bank GHz survey (Condon J.J., Broderick J.J., Seielstad G.A., Douglas K., & Gregory P.C.

in AJC) was used to construct the GB6 Catalog of sources stronger than S ~ 18 mJy in the declination range 0deg. 75deg (Gregory P.C., Scott W.K., Douglas K., & Condon J.J. in ApJSG). 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. For the SSDC SED Builder, we used flux densities derived from the detection method for frequency bands from 30 to GHz. At the three highest Planck frequency bands, namely, and GHz, we used flux densities derived from aperture photometry.

Compact radio sources variable at MHz – I. Catalogue of sources Spectral indices were found for over 90 percent of these sources based on flux densities at or GHz taken from. An Infrared Point Source Survey. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Ke Wang; Chapter. First Online: 04 November The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and \(+\) 75 deg at GHz.

Astrophys. Suppl. 75, – Author: Ke Wang. The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and + 75 deg at GHz journal, February Gregory, P. C.; Condon, J. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Vol. 75. The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and + 75 deg at GHz.

Astrophys J Suppl Ser,– CrossRef ADS Google Scholar Author: GuiPing Ruan, GuiPing Ruan, WeiBin Shi, WeiBin Shi. 1ES + was discovered as a radio source in during the GHz Radio Survey (87GB), carried out with the m NRAO Green Bank Radio Telescope.

Since then, it has been cataloged as a flat-spectrum radio source by various other radio surveys. The 87GB catalog of radio sources covering delta between O and + 75 deg at GHz journal, February Gregory, P. C.; Condon, J. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Vol.

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and the GHz band is allocated to the RAS on a secondary basis; k) that the GHz and GHz bands are allocated to the amateur, amateur-satellite and space research (space-to-Earth) services on a secondary basis; l) that sharing with the radio astronomy service has been studied in.

~–1 pc Normal Galaxy We conducted a large global 86 GHz VLBI survey of compact radio sources using a global 3mm VLBI array. The survey is the largest and most sensitive one (rmsImagesources and a total set of images of sources. Abstract. The 12 CO (J=), 13 CO (J=) and C 18 O (J=) emissions in 9 massive star forming regions, which are believed to be at different stages of massive star formation, were mapped with the m millimeter wave telescope at Qinghai Station of Purple Mountain Observatory.

Of the observed 9 sources, 13 CO cores were detected in seven of them, and C 18 O cores in five of by: 1. C. Stanghellini et al.: A complete sample of GHz-peaked-spectrum radio sources and its radio properties radio source luminosity decreases by an order of magni-tude as the size of the radio source grows from a few kpc to hundreds of kpc (see also Begelman ).

The same con-clusions are reached by Readhead et al. (a,b) in theirCited by: Radio equipment to be used in the 1 GHz to 40 GHz frequency range; Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of article of Directive /53/EU HARMONISED EUROPEAN STANDARD.

ETSI 2 ETSI EN V () General requirements File Size: KB.Active galactic nuclei (AGNs) with jets seen at small viewing angles are the most luminous and abundant objects in the γ-ray sky. AGNs with jets misaligned along the line of sight appear fainter in the sky but are more numerous than the brighter blazars.

Here, we calculate the diffuse γ-ray.