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J/AJ/123/873        HIPASS high-velocity clouds              (Putman+, 2002)

HIPASS high-velocity clouds: properties of the compact and extended populations. Putman M.E., de Heij V., Staveley-Smith L., Braun R., Freeman K.C., Gibson B.K., Burton W.B., Barnes D.G., Banks G.D., Bhathal R., de Blok W.J.G., Boyce P.J., Disney M.J., Drinkwater M.J., Ekers R.D., Henning P.A., Jerjen H., Kilborn V.A., Knezek P.M., Koribalski B., Malin D.F., Marquarding M., Minchin R.F., Mould J.R., Oosterloo T., Price R.M., Ryder S.D., Sadler E.M., Stewart I., Stootman F., Webster R.L., Wright A.E. <Astron. J. 123, 873 (2002)> =2002AJ....123..873P
ADC_Keywords: Magellanic Clouds ; Interstellar medium ; H I data Keywords: Galaxy: halo - intergalactic medium - ISM: H I - Local Group - Magellanic Clouds Abstract: A catalog of southern anomalous-velocity HI clouds at δ<+2° is presented. This catalog is based on data from the HI Parkes All-Sky Survey (HIPASS) reprocessed with the MINMED5 procedure and searched with a new high-velocity cloud-finding algorithm. The improved sensitivity (5σ: ΔTB=0.04K), resolution (15.5'), and velocity range (-500km/s<VLSR<+500km/s) of the HIPASS data result in a substantial increase in the number of individual clouds (1956, as well as 41 galaxies) compared with what was known from earlier southern data. The method of cataloging the anomalous-velocity objects is described, and a catalog of key cloud parameters, including velocity, angular size, peak column density, total flux, position angle, and degree of isolation, is presented. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 149 1997 HIPASS Catalog of Anomalous-Velocity Objects (-500km/s< VLSR<500km/s; Decl.<+2°) table3.dat 149 190 Catalog of XHVCs, Objects with high-velocity emission (-60km/s>Vdev>60km/s) that merge with Galactic emission below this velocity range
See also: J/ApJS/79/77 : Bell Lab. HI Survey - High Velocity Clouds (Stark+ 1992) J/ApJS/136/463 : Distances and metallicities of HVCs and IVCs (Wakker, 2001) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat table3.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 4 I4 --- [PDS2002] HVC running number (G1) 6- 24 A19 --- Name Object designation (1) 26- 27 I2 h RAh Hour of Right Ascension (J2000) 29- 32 F4.1 min RAm Minute of Right Ascension (J2000) 35 A1 --- DE- Sign of the Declination (J2000) 36- 37 I2 deg DEd Degree of Declination (J2000) 39- 40 I2 arcmin DEm Arcminute of Declination (J2000) 44- 47 I4 km/s VLSR Average Local Standard of Rest velocity 50- 53 I4 km/s VGSR Average Galactic Standard of Rest velocity (2) 56- 59 I4 km/s VLGSR Average Local Group Standard of Rest velocity (3) 64- 66 I3 km/s FWHM Velocity Full-Width at Half-Maximum (4) 70- 73 F4.1 deg MajAxis Angular semi-major axis 77- 80 F4.1 deg MinAxis Angular semi-minor axis 83- 85 I3 deg PA [-90/90] Position angle of the Full Width, Half Power ellipse 87- 92 F6.2 deg2 Size Angular area (5) 95-100 F6.2 K TPeak Peak brightness temperature 103-107 F5.2 10+20/cm2 NHI Maximum column density 110-118 F9.1 Jy.km/s Flux Total integrated 21cm flux 120-149 A30 --- GName Previously cataloged LEDA or NED galaxy name (6)
Note (1): Consisting of a prefix followed by the Galactic longitude, Galactic latitude, and Local Standard of Rest velocity. HVC = filamentary features and their sub-structures which are organized into large high-velocity cloud complexes; CHVC = features satisfying the criteria of compact, isolated, high-velocity clouds (as discussed in Section 2.4); :HVC = clouds which could not be unambiguously classified as a CHVC; GLXY = galaxies cataloged in either the LEDA or the NED databases or visible in Digital Sky Survey (DSS) data. Note (2): Where VGSR = 220cos(b)sin(l) + VLSR. Note (3): Where VLGSR = VGSR - 62cos(l)cos(b) + 40sin(l)cos(b) - 35sin(b), following Braun & Burton (1999A&A...341..437B). Note (4): From the spectrum which passes through the peak brightness temperature pixel of the object. Those values below 26km/s (the velocity resolution) should be thought of as having 26km/s as the upper limit. Note (5): Based on the total number pixels assigned to an object times the area of a 4'x4' pixel. Note (6): If the object has a clearly discernable optical counterpart it is followed by ``(A)'', if it does not, and has a GSR velocity exceeding 300km/s, it is followed with ``(B)''.
Global notes: Note (G1): Nomenclature in Simbad: Table 1: [PDS2002] HIPASS HVC NNNN Table 3: [PDS2002] XHVC NNNN
History: From electronic version of the journal
(End) Greg Schwarz [AAS], Patricia Bauer [CDS] 30-May-2002
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