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J/A+A/523/A61    INTEGRAL all-sky survey of hard X-ray sources (Krivonos+, 2010)

INTEGRAL/IBIS 7-year all-sky hard X-ray survey. II. Catalog of sources. Krivonos R., Tsygankov S., Revnivtsev M., Grebenev S., Churazov E., Sunyaev R. <Astron. Astrophys. 523, A61 (2010)> =2010A&A...523A..61K
ADC_Keywords: X-ray sources ; Gamma rays Keywords: surveys - X-rays: general - catalogs Abstract: This paper is the second in a series devoted to the hard X-ray (17-60keV) whole sky survey performed by the INTEGRAL observatory over seven years. Here we present a catalog of detected sources that includes 521 objects, 449 of which exceed a 5σ detection threshold on the time-averaged map of the sky, and 53 were detected in various subsamples of exposures. Among the identified sources with known and suspected nature, 262 are Galactic (101 low-mass X-ray binaries, 94 high-mass X-ray binaries, 37 cataclysmic variables, and 30 of other types) and 221 are extragalactic, including 217 active galactic nuclei (AGNs) and 4 galaxy clusters. The extragalactic (|b|>5deg) and Galactic (|b|<5deg) persistently detected source samples have high identification completeness (respectively ∼96% and ∼93%) and are valuable for population studies. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table2.dat 226 534 *The catalogue of hard X-ray sources (corrected version) refs.dat 81 199 References
Note on table2.dat: This is the corrected version of table2 (from author), so it differs from the table available in the published paper.
See also: J/PAZh/30/430 : INTEGRAL X-ray source in Galactic center (Revnivtsev+, 2004) J/PAZh/30/589 : Hard X-ray catalog of Sagittarius arm (Molkov+, 2004) J/A+A/475/775 : INTEGRAL all-sky survey of hard X-ray sources (Krivonos+, 2007) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Seq [1/521] Running number (1) 5- 25 A21 --- Name Object name 28- 34 F7.3 deg RAdeg Right Ascension J2000 (in decimal degrees) 37- 43 F7.3 deg DEdeg Declination J2000 (in decimal degrees) 45 A1 --- f_Flux [c] Spatial confusion (2) 47- 53 F7.2 10-14W/m2 Flux 17-60keV flux (3) 55- 59 F5.2 --- e_Flux 1 sigma flux error, in mCrab (1mCrab = 14.3pW/m2 = 1.43*10-11erg/s/cm2) 61- 67 A7 --- Range Revolution range (4) 69- 76 A8 --- Type Source type (5) 78- 92 A15 --- Refs Reference number in table2.dat (6) 94-226 A133 --- Notes Additional notes such as type subclass, redshift information, alternative source names (7)
Note (1): In some cases, two (or more) lines can contain the same id number in the first column, which are measurements of source flux during the outbursts. Note (2): Spatial confusion, source flux should be taken with the caution. In notes, the spatial confusion with the source XXX is indicated as CXXX. Note (3): Source flux was measured on the 7-year time-averaged map (Dec. 2002 - Jul 2009) or over the indicated spacecraft revolution interval RXXX:XXX. Flux is expressed in units of 10-11erg/s/cm2 Note (4): Source flux was measured on the map averaged over the indicated spacecraft revolution. Note (5): General astrophysical type of the object as follows: LMXB = low-mass X-ray binary HMXB = high-mass X-ray binary AGN = active galactic nucleus SNR/PWN = supernova remnant/pulsar wind nebula CV = cataclysmic variable PSR = isolated pulsar or pulsar wind nebula SGR = soft gamma repeater RS CVn = coronally active binary star SymbStr = symbiotic star Cluster = cluster of galaxies The question mark indicates that the specified type is not firmly determined, so it should be confirmed. Note (6): References are mainly provided for new sources and are related to their discovery and/or nature. Note (7): Redshift of the extragalactic sources was obtained from the SIMBAD and NED database.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: refs.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Ref Reference number 5- 23 A19 --- BibCode BibCode 25- 58 A34 --- Aut Author's name 60- 81 A22 --- Com Comments
Acknowledgements: Roman Krivonos, krivonos(at) References: Krivonos et al., Paper I 2007A&A...475..775K, Cat. J/A+A/475/775
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 02-Aug-2010
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