IX/32                  ROSAT Bright Survey                 (Fischer+, 1998-2000)
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Beginning of ReadMe : IX/32 ROSAT Bright Survey (Fischer+, 1998-2000) ================================================================================ The ROSAT Bright Survey. I. Identification of an AGN sample with hard ROSAT X-ray spectra II. Catalogue of all high-galactic latitude RASS sources with PSPC countrate CR>0.2s^-1^. Fischer J.-U., Hasinger G., Schwope A.D., Brunner H., Boller T., Trumper J., Voges W., Neizvestny S., Schwarz R., Ugryumov A., Belage Yu. <Astron. Nachrichten 319, 347 (1998); 321, 1 (2000)> =1998AN....319..347F =2000AN....321....1S ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; X-ray sources ; Active gal. nuclei Mission_Name: ROSAT Keywords: AGN - interacting galaxies - surveys: X-rays - surveys: AGN Description: The ROSAT Bright Survey (RBS, table "rosat.dat") aims to completely optically identify the 2072 brightest sources detected in the ROSAT all-sky survey (Cat. IX/10) at galactic latitudes |b|>30deg (excluding LMC, SMC, Virgo cluster), with countrate above 0.2s^-1^; this program is 99.5% complete, and a sub-sample of 931 sources with countrate above 0.2s^-1^ in the hard spectral band between 0.5 and 2.0keV is 100% identified. The total survey area comprises 20391deg^2^ at a flux limit of 2.4x10^-12^erg/cm^2^/s in the 0.5-2.0keV band. Tables 1 and 3 examine the "RHS" sub-sample of 66 bright point-like ROSAT survey sources with almost hard PSPC spectra (hardness ratio HR1>0.5) which could be nearly completely identified by low-resolution optical spectroscopy with the following breakdown into object classes: 31 Seyfert galaxies (20 Sy1), 22 BL Lac candidates, 5 clusters of galaxies, 1 cataclysmic variable, and 5 bright stars. Only one object remained unidentified and one X-ray source was a spurious detection.