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#-- J/AJ/124/100 OH megamasers at z>0.1. III (Darling+, 2002)
#---Table: J/AJ/124/100/./tnotes.dat Notes from the tables  (36 records)
#      Note I2     ---   Note number
#      Text A77    ---   Text of the note
 1|Source needs more integration time, because of a suggestive feature in the
 1| bandpass.
 2|Source needs more integration time, based on L_OH_^pred^<L_OH_^max^.
 3|Lu & Freudling (1995, Cat. <J/ApJ/449/527>) list an HI redshift and spectrum
 3| with z=0.04714, which is not unambiguous but casts doubt on the PSCz
 3| redshift of this source.
 4|Galactic HI in bandpass.
 5|Possible OH absorption feature, but<~1mJy deep.
 6|Radio-quiet IR QSO (Beichman et al., 1986ApJ...308L...1B)
 7|Observations were performed during daylight, which increases the rms noise
 7| significantly.
 8|Possible 23mJy OH emission feature 220km/s redward of the optical redshift.
11|1667MHz OH line undetectable because of Galactic HI.
12|OH undetectable because of RFI.
13|Continuum creates standing waves, making OH undetectable.
14|3C 048.
15|3C 273
16|Continuum source (444mJy; Condon et al., 1998, Cat. <VIII/65>) 82" from this
16| target creates standing waves, making OH undetectable.
17|4C 12.50.
18|3C 459.
21|Listed as an OHM by Baan et al. (1998ApJ...509..633B), but no OH measurements
21| exist in the literature.
22|No spectrum of this OHM is available in the literature
23|OH kilomaser
24|Baan et al. (1998ApJ...509..633B) measure z=0.0097 for this object, which
24| differs by 3900km/s from the OH detection at z=0.0023 (Henkel & Wilson,
24| 1990A&A...229..431H). Since the peak OH line is only 3mJy, the validity of
24| this OH detection is suspect.
25|Bottinelli et al. (1990IAUC.4977Q....B) quote a distance of 375Mpc in their
25| detection announcement, but the luminosity distance derived from Grogin &
25| Geller (2000, Cat. <J/AJ/119/32>) is a factor of 4 less, at 94Mpc.
25| Hence, this detection is probably spurious
26|Baan et al. (1992AJ....103..728B) report upper limits on L_OH_ for this OHM
26| that are significantly below published values, making the validity of this
26| OHM suspect.

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