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V/112A           Catalog of Star-Forming Regions in the Galaxy (Avedisova, 2002)

A Catalog of Star-Forming Regions in the Galaxy Avedisova V.S <Astron. Zh. 79, 216 (2002)> =2002AZh....79..216A =2002ARep...46..193A
ADC_Keywords: Galaxy catalogs ; YSOs ; H II regions ; Radio sources ; Radio lines ; Infrared sources ; Protostars ; Stars, pre-main sequence ; Masers ; Molecular clouds ; Globules ; Nebulae, dark ; Radial velocities Abstract: This Catalog of Star-Forming Regions in the Galaxy contains coordinates and fluxes of young objects in the radio and infrared, as well as data on the radial velocities of recombination and molecular lines, for more than three thousand star-forming regions. In addition to photometric and kinematic data, we present information on diffuse and reflecting nebulae, dark and molecular clouds, and other objects related to young stars. The catalog consists of two parts. The main catalog lists star-forming regions in order of Galactic longitude and is supplemented by analogous information for star-forming regions in complexes of dark clouds with large angular sizes that are closest to the Sun. In our preliminary study of the catalog data using a formal classification of the star-forming regions, we subdivided these objects into several classes and characterized them as being populated primarily by massive or low-mass stars at early or late stages of the star-formation process. We also distinguish between relatively nearby and distant complexes. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file catalog.dat 164 66887 Data on star-forming regions refs.dat 306 2441 Bibliographic references namelist.dat 32 2754 List of commonly used names of sources with name of star-forming regions sfrlist.dat 56 3235 Brief list of SFRs with main data
Byte-by-byte Description of file: catalog.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 12 A12 --- nSFR Star-Forming Region Name (from galactic position) 14- 20 F7.3 deg GLON ? Galactic longitude of subsystems or individual source 21- 28 F8.4 deg GLAT ? Galactic latitude of subsystems or individual source 30- 31 A2 --- Type [DORIM ] Type of source (1) 32 A1 --- n_Name [*] *: optical star 33- 44 A12 --- Name Name of source, or name of molecule for Type=M (2) 45- 55 A11 --- Comp Name of source component or type of the source (3) 56- 57 I2 h RAh Right ascension 1950 (hours) 59- 60 I2 min RAm Right ascension 1950 (minutes) 62- 67 F6.3 s RAs Right ascension 1950 (seconds) 68 A1 --- DE- Declination 1950 (sign) 69- 70 I2 deg DEd Declination 1950 (degrees) 72- 73 I2 arcmin DEm Declination 1950 (arcminutes) 75- 80 F6.3 arcsec DEs Declination 1950 (arcseconds) 82- 89 A8 --- Band Effective band of spectrum (4) 90 A1 --- n_Flux [I:n] note on Flux value (5) 91 A1 --- l_Flux limit flag on Flux 92- 99 E8.3 Jy Flux ? Flux density in Jy, or Integrated flux in when if n_Flux="I" 100 A1 --- f_Size1 [d] Deconvolved source size 101 A1 --- l_Size1 limit flag on Size1 102-107 E6.2 --- Size1 ? Half-power width (HPW) of source or maximum size or (HPBW) beam in right ascension (if n_Size2 = *) according to the original data (7) 108 A1 --- x_Size1 ['"d] Unit of the Size1 109 A1 --- n_Size1 [TEP] Note on Size1 (8) 110 A1 --- l_Size2 Limit flag on Size2 111-115 E5.1 --- Size2 ? Half-power beamwidth (HPBW) (if n_Size2="*"), or (HPW) in declination or minimum source size (7) 116-117 A2 --- x_Size2 ['" ] Unit of the Size2 118-119 A2 --- n_Size2 [* ] *: beamsize in Size1 and Size2 columns 120-158 A39 --- Vlsr ? Radial velocities of the line (LSR) and their widths (9) 160-164 I5 --- Ref Bibliographic reference code, in refs.dat file
Note (1): Type of source as follows: D = dark cloud or globule, O = optical nebula or star R = radio source IR = infrared source M = molecular cloud Note (2): For Molecular data (Type="M"): name of molecule escorted by 'A' (absorption) or 'E' (emission) in case of necessity; maser molecular-line escorted by 'E'. Note (3): Name of source component or type of the source. - When Type="R" or "M": name or designation of small sources according to original paper. The column may contain some morphological determination of source such as 'ridge', 'core', 'halo', 'envelope', etc., or note such as 'diff.emission','peak', 'cloud', 'globule' etc, taken from original paper; molecular outflow is designated by 'outflow'; - When Type="R", the symbols enclosed in brackets describe ultra-compact (UC) HII region morphology class: <CH> = core-halo, <SH> = shell, <I> = irregularly shaped, <SP> = spherical, <C> = cometary shaped, <U> = unresolved, <MP> = multiply peaked, <AL> = arclike region, <P> = partially extended, <D> = double peaked, <G> = Gaussian; - When Type="IR", the symbols enclosed in brackets describe evolutionary class of object, such as: <0> = Class 0, <1> = Class 1, <2> = Class 2, <3> = Class 3, Object types can be also described as: st_emb = star embedded star_Ha = Ha emission star star_TT = T Tau star rfl_n. = reflection nebula em_n. = emission nebula st+neb = nebulous star HH_obj = Herbig-Haro object bipolar_n = bipolar nebula red_star = red star Note (4): Effective band of spectrum: - when Type="R" or "M": frequency, in GHz. - when Type="IR", "O" or "D": wavelength, in µm Note (5): Note on Flux: - when Type="M", "I" means maser integrated flux in; - the symbol ":" means flux uncertain; - the symbol "n" means negative flux. Note (7): Note on Size and Beam: In the case of 'outflow' the column contains the sizes of outflow extensions of the red and of the blue lobes at maximum velocities. Note (8): Note on Size1: T = flux integrated along the total source E = indication that source is extended and flux is related to part of it P = point source for this beam Note (9): Central radial velocity of the line (LSR) and its width in km/s, separated by semicolon. If several radial velocities are observed, they are separated by commas, and its widths are separated from them by semicolons. If multiple overlapping velocities are observed, lower and upper limits for velocity ranges are given, separated by a slash [/]. When Type="O", the data refer generally to hydrogen recombination lines H(alpha). When Type="R" type the data refer to hydrogen radio recombination lines. When Type="M" type the data refer to the molecule line. In the case of numerous peaks in maser emission, the minimum and maximum velocities of the emission are presented as V(min)/V(max). Velocity of the maximum peak flux, minimum and maximum velocities of the emission are given as Vp,V(min)/V(max); When Type="M", in case of 'outflow', the maximum velocities in blue and red lobes of are given as V(min)/V(max). In the case of 'M' the symbol ']' after the line width means that the line width includes the line wings.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: refs.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 5 I5 --- Ref Bibliographic reference code (1) 7-306 A300 --- Text Bibliographic reference of original article
Note (1): The bibliographic reference consists of five-digit number. The first two figures correspond to two last digit of year of publication of the original reference, and the last three ones are the running number attributed to that paper, beginning with zero.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: namelist.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 A11 --- Name Source name in the well-known catalogs (1) 16- 27 A12 --- nSFR Name of Star-Forming Region where the source is included 31- 32 A2 --- cat [II ] Main catalog (I) or Appendix catalog (II)
Note (1): Here are the catalogues: BBW = Catalogue of galactic emission and reflection nebulae. Brand, Blitz and Wouterloot, 1986A&AS...65..537B BFS = CO radial velocities toward galactic HII regions. Blitz, Fich, Stark, 1982R, Cat. VII/50 BHR = A catalogue of southern Bok globules. Bourke, Hyland and Robinson, 1995MNRAS.276.1067B CB = A catalog of small optically selected molecular clouds. Clemens & Barvainis, 1988ApJS...68..257C CTB = Observations of HII regions at 1400 Mc/s. Lynds, 1961, Publ. NRAO 1, 43 DG = Reflection nebulae at Palomar Sky Survey. Von Dorschner & Gurtler, 1963AN....287..257D DR = A high-resolution radio map of the Cygnus X region. Pike & Drake, 1964ApJ...139..545P DWB = Catalogue and distances of optically visible HII regions. Dickel, Wendker and Bieritz, 1969A&A.....1..270D FIRSSE = Far-infrared sky survey. Price, Murdock and Shivanandan, AFGL-TR-83-0055 GGD = New Herbig-Haro objects. Gyulbudaghian, Glushkov and Denisyuk, 1978ApJ...224L.137G GM = New interesting nebulous objects. Gyulbudaghian & Magakyan, 1977ATsir.953....1G Gum = A survey of southern HII regions. Gum, 1955MmRAS..67..155G GY = New objects resembling Herbig-Haro ones. Gyulbudaghian, 1982PAZh....8..222G, 1982PAZh....8..232G HFE = 100-micron survey of the galactic plane. Hoffmann, Frederick and Emery, 1971ApJ...170L..89H IC = NGC 2000.0. Sinnott, 1988, Cat. VII/118 KR = A 21 cm radio continuum survey of the galactic plane between L=93° and L=162°. Kallas & Reich, 1980A&AS...42..227K L = Catalogue of Dark Nebulae. Lynds, 1962, Cat. VII/7 LkHA = A new catalogue of members and candidate members of the Herbig Ae/Be(HAEBE) stellar group. The et al., 1994, Cat. J/A+AS/104/315 MWC = A new catalogue of members and candidate members of the Herbig Ae/Be(HAEBE) stellar group. The et al., 1994, Cat. J/A+AS/104/315 NGC = NGC 2000.0. Sinnott, 1988, Cat. VII/118 RAFGL = The Revised AFGL Infrared Sky Survey Catalog. Price & Murdock, 1983AFGL..161.....P RNO = Red and nebulous objects in dark clouds: a survey. Cohen, 1980AJ.....85...29C RWC = Catalogue of H(alpha)-emission regions in the southern Milky Way. Rodgers, Campbell and Whiteoak, 1960, Cat. VII/216 S = Catalogue of HII regions. Sharpless, 1959, Cat, VII/20 Sa = Southern dark dust clouds. Sandqvist, 1976A&A....53..179S, 1977A&A....57..467S SG = Catalogue of emission nebulae. Shajn & Gase, 1955IzKry..15...11G VBH = Catalogue of southern stars embedded in nebulosity. Van den Bergh & Herbst, 1975, Cat. VII/218 VDB = Catalogue of Reflection Nebulae. Van den Bergh, 1966, Cat. VII/21
Byte-by-byte Description of file: sfrlist.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 4 I4 --- Seq Running number of star-forming region 7- 18 A12 --- nSFR Name of Star-Forming Region 21- 22 I2 --- OHmaser Number of OH masers in the SFR 24- 25 I2 --- H2Omaser Number of H2O masers in the SFR 27- 28 I2 --- CH3OHmaser Number of CH3OH masers in the SFR 30- 31 I2 --- IRAS Number of IRAS sources in the SFR 35 I1 --- nD [0/5] Presence of Dark clouds or globules 36 I1 --- nO [0/1] Presence of Optical nebula or star 37 I1 --- nR [0/2] Presence of radio sources 38 I1 --- nI [0/3] Presence of infrared sources 39 I1 --- nM [0/4] Presence of Moluclar Cloud 42- 54 A13 --- Names Some names of the source 56 I1 --- Vel [0/1] Existence of velocity data for the SFR: 0=velocity absent, 1=velocity present
History: * 17-Jul-2002: Original version * 18-Aug-2008: Revised version (by Veta Avedisova) 66887 entries in catalog (previous version had 66885)
(End) Veta Avedisova [INASAN], Patricia Bauer [CDS] 17-Jul-2002
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