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J/A+A/366/481       ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. III.        (Sevenster+, 2001)

The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. III. Observations of the Northern Galactic Plane. Sevenster M.N., van Langevelde H.J., Moody R.A., Chapman J.M., Habing H.J., Killeen N.E.B. <Astron. Astrophys. 366, 481 (2001)> =2001A&A...366..481S
ADC_Keywords: Masers ; Radio lines Keywords: surveys - techniques: image processing - stars: AGB and post-AGB - radio lines: stars - Galaxy: stellar content Abstract: We present observations of the region between 5°≤l≤45° and |b|≤3°, in the OH 1612.231MHz line, taken from 1993 to 1995 with NRAO's Very Large Array (VLA). These observations are the last part of a larger survey, covering |l|≤45° and |b|≤3°, with the Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) and the VLA. The region was systematically observed on a 30'x30' grid in (l,b) and the resulting coverage was 92%, with 965 pointings. We found 286 OH-masing objects, 161 of which are new detections and 207 have reliable IRAS point-source identifications. The outflow velocity was determined for 276 sources. A total of 766 sources were detected in the combined ATCA/VLA survey, of which 29 were detected in two regions of the survey. Description: File table2 contains information on the compact OH-maser sources detected in the northern galactic Disk region with the Very Large Array. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table2.dat 138 286 Compact OH-maser sources in the table2.tex 350 342 LaTeX version of table2
See also: J/A+AS/122/79 : Galactic Bulge Region OH 1612MHz survey. I. (Sevenster+ 1997) J/A+AS/124/509 : ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. II. (Sevenster+ 1997) Table 1 : All observing runs, with array configuration, RFI type, maximum baseline length (ranging with observing direction and time of day) and number of useful fields in the run. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date Array RFI types (1) UVMax N -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 200293 AB G 75-110 73 080693 BC W, G, S206 30-37 71 090693 C W, G, S206 16-18 70 100693 C G 17-18 70 310893 C G, S226 7-12 73 020993 CD W, G 7-12 46 090993 CD W, G, S226 7-12 72 210594 AB W, G, S210 100-120 38 260594 AB W, G 70-120 69 280594 AB W, G, S200204 75-120 73 310594 AB W, G, S208 80-120 62 010694 AB W, G 75-105 59 030694 AB G 55 13 160994 BC W, G, S208225 25-37 62 210994 BC G, W 25-37 70 220994 BC G, W 24-37 74 210695 A W, G 180-200 51 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Note (1): Three kinds of RFI corrupted the data during most of the observing dates. One was the usual broad-band Glonass RFI (G), often accompanied by a single-channel spike (S, sub-/superscripts indicating channel of spike). The third was interference from a nearby military base (W), depending in strength on u-v direction rather than baseline length, which saturated the correlator to give non-random noise characteristics. Byte-by-byte Description of file: table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq Source number 5- 20 A16 --- Name Name in the OHl-b convention (offset 2000) 22- 27 I6 "DDMMYY" Obs ?=000000 Date of observation (1) 29- 30 I2 h RAh Right ascension of the brightest peak (J2000) 32- 33 I2 min RAm Right ascension of the brightest peak (J2000) 35- 40 F6.3 s RAs Right ascension of the brightest peak (J2000) 42 A1 --- DE- Declination sign of the brightest peak (J2000) 43- 44 I2 deg DEd Declination of the brightest peak (J2000) 46- 47 I2 arcmin DEm Declination of the brightest peak (J2000) 49- 53 F5.2 arcsec DEs Declination of the brightest peak (J2000) 55- 59 F5.3 arcsec errPos ? Formal measurement error in position 60 A1 --- n_errPos [N] N: undetermined errPos 61- 64 F4.1 arcmin Offset Radial offset of the source from pointing centre 66- 71 F6.1 km/s VL Line-of-sight velocity with respect to the LSR of the blue-shifted peak 73- 78 F6.1 km/s VH ? Line-of-sight velocity with respect to the LSR of the red-shifted peak (absent for single-peaked sources) 80- 85 F6.1 km/s VC Stellar velocity (average of red- and blue-shifted velocities) 87- 90 F4.1 km/s VE Outflow velocity (half the peak separation; zero for single-peaked sources) 92- 97 F6.3 Jy FpL Flux density of the blue-shifted peak 99-105 F7.3 Jy FpH ? Flux density of the red-shifted peak 107 A1 --- n_Fpeak [*] *: sources for which there is an extra calibration error in the flux density 109-113 F5.1 Jy e_Fpeak ? Formal measurement error in flux density 114 A1 --- neFpeak [N*] N: Errors were undetermined 115-117 I3 mJy Rms Empirical noise in `empty' cube 119 A1 --- Flag [*+x-] OH identification symbol (2) 121-130 A10 --- IRAS IRAS point source with highest identification probability N 132-138 F7.3 --- N Ratio between the size of the error ellipse of, and the distance to, the IRAS PS, in the direction of the OH position
Note (1): Date `000000' means data were taken during more than one observing run Note (2): OH identification symbols: *: ATCA Bulge survey x: te Lintel H. et al., 1989A&AS...78..399T +: other identification -: no previous identification
Acknowledgements: Maartje Sevenste
(End) Patricia Bauer [CDS] 14-Nov-2000
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