VIII/82    2nd Epoch Molonglo Galactic Plane Survey (MGPS-2)   (Murphy+, 2007)
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Beginning of ReadMe : VIII/82 2nd Epoch Molonglo Galactic Plane Survey (MGPS-2) (Murphy+, 2007) ================================================================================ The 2nd Epoch Molonglo Galactic Plane Survey (MGPS-2), Version 15 August 2007. Murphy T., Mauch T., Green A., Hunstead R.W., Piestrzynska B., Kels A.P., Sztajer P. <Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 382, 382 (2007)> =2007MNRAS.382..382M ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Galactic plane ; Radio sources ; Surveys ; Radio continuum Keywords: catalogues - surveys - methods: data analysis - radio continuum: ISM - Galaxy: general Description: The MGPS-2 (second epoch Molonglo Galactic Plane Survey) was carried out with the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope at a frequency of 843MHz and with a restoring beam of 45"x45"csd|delta|, making it he highest resolution large scale radio survey of the southern Galactic plane. It covers the range |b|<10deg and 245<l<365deg; it is the Galactic counterpart to the SUMSS (Cat. VIII/81) which covers the southern sky (delta<-30deg, |b|>10deg). This catalogue (15-Aug-2007) consists of 48850 compact sources, made by fitting elliptical gaussians in the MGPS-2 mosaics to a limiting peak brightness of 10mJy/beam. We used a custom method (described in the associated publication) to remove extended sources from the catalogue. Positions in the catalogue are accurate to 1-2". See http://www.astrop.physics.usyd.edu.au/mosaics for access to the mosaic images.