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J/ApJ/429/253       W49N H2O masers (Gwinn, 1994)

Physical structure of H2O masers in W49N Gwinn C.R. <Astrophys. J. 429, 253 (1994)> =1994ApJ...429..253G (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)
ADC_Keywords: Masers ; Radio lines ; VLBI Keywords: masers ISM: molecules - ISM: jets and outflows - ISM: individual (W49) - ISM: kinematics and dynamics Description: VLBI observations of a H2O maser were done at five epochs in 1980-82 with a 5 station VLBI network (see 1992ApJ...393..149G). A model was fitted to each peak in any spectral channel exceeding 5 times the rms background. The minimum level of this background, due to system noise at the antennas, was about 0.2Jy at each epoch. The model parameters include right ascension and declination offset (x, y) relative to a reference position; the total flux density, S; and the angular diameter θH, of the best-fitting Gaussian distribution of intensity. The fitted parameters are in table1. Objects: ------------------------------------------- RA (2000) DE Designation(s) ------------------------------------------- 19 10 13.1 +09 06 12 W 49N ------------------------------------------- File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1 41 271 Features observed 1982 March 6
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- [G94] Sequential number 5- 11 F7.4 mas oRA Right ascension offset from a reference position 13- 19 F7.4 mas oDE Declination offset from a reference position 21- 26 F6.1 km/s Vz Doppler velocity 28- 30 F3.1 km/s DVz Line width 32- 36 I5 Jy Sp Peak flux density 38- 41 F4.2 mas Theta Angular size
History: Scanned and processed via OCR at CDS.
(End) James Marcout, Patricia Bauer, [CDS] 09-Aug-1996
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