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J/AJ/139/1542       A catalog of MIPSGAL disk and ring sources  (Mizuno+, 2010)

A catalog of MIPSGAL disk and ring sources. Mizuno D.R., Kraemer K.E., Flagey N., Billot N., Shenoy S., Paladini R., Ryan E., Noriega-Crespo A., Carey S.J. <Astron. J., 139, 1542-1552 (2010)> =2010AJ....139.1542M
ADC_Keywords: Infrared sources ; Galactic plane ; Photometry, infrared Keywords: catalogs - infrared: ISM - planetary nebulae: general Abstract: We present a catalog of 416 extended, resolved, disk and ringlike objects as detected in the MIPSGAL 24um survey of the Galactic plane. This catalog is the result of a search in the MIPSGAL image data for generally circularly symmetric, extended "bubbles" without prior knowledge or expectation of their physical nature. Most of the objects have no extended counterpart at 8um or 70um, with less than 20% detections at each wavelength. For the 54 objects with central point sources, the sources are nearly always seen in all Infrared Array Camera bands. About 70 objects (16%) have been previously identified, with another 35 listed as Infrared Astronomical Satellite sources. File Summary:
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ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 99 428 MIPSGAL disk and ring catalog
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat
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1- 2 A2 --- Type Apparent morphology (1) 4- 6 A3 --- --- [MGE] 7- 22 A16 --- MGE Source name (LLL.llll+BB.bbbb) 24- 25 I2 h RAh Hour of Right Ascension (J2000) 27- 28 I2 min RAm Minute of Right Ascension (J2000) 30- 33 F4.1 s RAs Second 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) 42- 43 I2 arcsec DEs Arcsecond of Declination (J2000) 45- 47 I3 arcsec Diam ? Diameter 49- 54 F6.2 Jy F24 Spitzer/MIPS 24um band flux density 56 A1 --- leF24 Limit flag on eF24 57- 58 I2 % e_F24 ? Percent error in F24 60 A1 --- n_F24 [lm] saturation of F24 (2) 62 A1 --- p8 [YN?-] Point source in 8um image? (3) 64 A1 --- e8 [YN?-] Extended emission in 8um image? (3) 66 A1 --- e+ [k] Extended emission in all IRAC bands (4) 68 A1 --- e70 [YN?-] Extended emission in 70um image? (3) 70- 73 F4.1 arcsec Dist ? Angular distance from Simbad object 75- 93 A19 --- SName Simbad name 95 A1 --- n_SName Note on the Simbad association (5) 97- 99 A3 --- OType Simbad object type
Note (1): Type of object as follows: 1a = Objects with central sources - regular 1b = Objects with central sources - irregular 2a = Rings 2b = Rings - irregular 2c = Rings - bilaterally symmetric 3a = Disks - flat 3b = Disks - peaked 3c = Disks - bilaterally symmetric 3d = Disks - oblong 3e = Disks - irregular 4 = Two-lobed 5 = Filamentary 6 = Miscellaneous Note (2): Flag as follows: l = Extended emission is partially saturated m = Central source is saturated Note (3): These are determined by visual inspection of the 8micron GLIMPSE images and 70micron MIPSGAL images. Y = affirmative result required a point source at the geometric center of the object and be free of confusion (for point sources) Y = an affirmative result required a morphology similar to the 24um morphology (or at least concentric) (for extended emission) ? = an ambiguous result is indicated if a source is slightly off-center or there is confusion present (for point sources) or ? = an ambiguous result means some local extended emission present but of uncertain correspondence to the 24um emission (for extended emission) N = a negative result means clearly no point source present (for point sources) N = a negative result means either no localized extended emission present or emission that is clearly not associated with the object (for extended emission) - = a dash means no data are available. Note (4): Note as follows: k = Extended emission seen in all IRAC bands (3.6, 4.5, 5.8, 8.0um) Note (5): Note as follows: a = Although cut off from the MIPSGAL and GLIMPSE coverage, an MSX 8um source, associated with Wray 15-1680, lies at the center of the ring. IRAS 17173-3305 is likely associated with the NE rim, but cannot be confirmed due to lack of coverage. b = As mentioned in the text, a number of objects have secondary identifications not yet associated as such in SIMBAD. These are: MGE001.0178-01.9642: IRAS 17525-2903 MGE001.2124-02.0748: PHR J1756-2857 MGE001.6301-02.6875: V* V3987 Sgr MGE003.5282+02.6745: IRAS 17405-2430 MGE009.4257-01.2294: IRAS 18081-2123 MGE011.1805-00.3471: PSR J1811-1926 MGE027.3891-00.0079: PSR J1841-0456 MGE060.4530+00.0712: IRAS 19425+2411 MGE313.3544+00.3123: IRAS 14147-6033 MGE318.9322+00.6959: IRAS 14538-5800 MGE349.7294+00.1747: IRAS 17146-3723 MGE353.5300+02.1882: IRAS 17173-3305 MGE354.5377+02.4713: IRAS 17189-3207 MGE358.5016-00.5048: IRAS 17408-3027 MGE358.5824+02.6873: F3R 18 c = Full name: OGLEII DIA BUL-SC39 4483 d = Full name: 2MASS J18393224-0544204 e = IRAS 18588+0350 is associated with the SE rim f = IRAS 16254-7439 is associated with the SE rim g = IRAS 16228-5014 is associated with the SW rim h = IRAS 16278-4808 is associated with the NW rim i = IRAS 15293-5602 may be associated with the SE rim j = IRAS 18468-0109 may be associated with the WSW rim n = Object matched in White et al. (2005, Cat. J/AJ/130/586) catalog of compact Galactic radio sources o = Object matched in MAGPIS (Helfand et al., 2006, Cat. J/AJ/31/525) catalog of Galactic radio sources
History: From electronic version of the journal
(End) Greg Schwarz [AAS], Patricia Vannier [CDS] 22-May-2012
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