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J/A+AS/88/355    Compact radio sources near l=140, b=0              (Green 1991)

Compact radio sources in the galactic plane near l=140deg, b=0deg GREEN D.A. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 88, 355 (1991)> =1991A&AS...88..355G
ADC_Keywords: Radio sources;Surveys; Regional catalog surveys - radio sources: general File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1 71 102 26P sources with at least 250 mJy at 408 MHz table2 71 19 Some other 26P sources
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1 table2
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
2- 7 A6 --- Source Source name 9 A1 --- n_Source note for source 26P1 (1) 11- 15 I5 mJy S38MHz []? Flux density at 38 MHz 18 A1 --- l_S151MHz limit flag on S151MHz 19- 23 I5 mJy S151MHz []? Flux density at 151 MHz 27- 31 I5 mJy S408MHz []? Flux density at 408 MHz 34 A1 --- l_S2695MHz limit flag on S2695MHz 35- 38 I4 mJy S2695MHz []? Flux density at 2695 MHz 42- 45 I4 mJy S4760MHz []? Flux density at 4760 MHz 48 A1 --- l_S4850MHz limit flag on S4850MHz 49- 52 I4 mJy S4850MHz []? Flux density at 4850 MHz 55 A1 --- l_alpha(low) limit flag on alpha(low) 56- 60 F5.2 --- alpha(low) spectral index between 408 and 151 MHz 64 A1 --- l_alpha(high) limit flag on alpha(high) 65- 68 F4.2 --- alpha(high) spectral index between 408 and 4850 MHz 71 A1 --- n_alpha(high) [ab] note for alpha(high) (2)
Note (1): 26P1 has more that 250 mJy at 408 MHz, but is further than 4.0deg from the center of the survey, so is excluded from the flux density limited sample of table1 Note (2) When a, alpha high is the spectral index between 408 and 2695 MHz When b, alpha high is the spectral index between 408 and 4760 MHz
Courtesy: Dave Green
(End) James Marcout, Patricia Bauer [CDS] 09-May-1994
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