VIII/69A            The WISH catalogue at 352 MHz           (de Breuck+ 2002)
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	wish11.dat uss.dat
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Beginning of ReadMe : VIII/69A The WISH catalogue at 352 MHz (de Breuck+ 2002) ================================================================================ The Westerbork in the Southern Hemisphere 9WISH) Survey De Breuck C., Tang Y., de Bruyn A.G., Rottgering H., van Breugel W. <Astron. Astrophys. 394, 59 (2002)> =2002A&A...394...59D ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Radio sources ; Surveys Keywords: surveys - radio continuum: general - radio continuum: galaxies - galaxies: active Description: The Westerbork In the Southern Hemishpere (WISH) is a low-frequency (352MHz) radio survey that covers most of the sky between -25 and -15 degrees (1.60sr) at a wavelength of 92cm to a limiting flux density of approximately 18mJy (5sigma). Due to the very low elevation of the observations, the survey has a much lower resolution in declination than in right ascension (54"x54"cosecdelta). A correlation with the 1.4GHz NVSS (VIII/65) shows that the positional accuracy is less constrained in declination than in right ascension, but there is no significant systematic error. The correlation with the NVSS was also used to construct a sample of faint Ultra Steep Spectrum sources (file uss.dat, table 2 of the paper). This sample is aimed at increasing the number of known high redshift radio galaxies to allow detailed follow-up studies of these massive galaxies and their environments in the early Universe. WISH is a collaboration between the Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (NFRA/ASTRON) and the Leiden Observatory. Carlos De Breuck, Yuan Tang, Ger de Bruyn, Huub Rottgering, Wil van Breugel, and Roeland Rengelink. For more information, see the WENSS home page at http://www.strw.leidenuniv.nl/wenss/ or contact

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