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J/other/PASA/37.29       POGS-II ExGal catalog                  (Riseley+, 2020)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/other/PASA/37.29 POGS-II ExGal catalog (Riseley+, 2020) ================================================================================ The POlarised GLEAM Survey (POGS). II: Results from an all-sky rotation measure synthesis survey at long wavelengths. Riseley C.J., Galvin T.J., Sobey C., Vernstrom T., White S.V. Zhang X., Gaensler B.M., Heald G., Anderson C.S., Franzen T.M.O., Hancock P.J., Hurley-Walker N., Lenc E., Van Eck C.L. <Publ. Astron. Soc. Australia, 37, 29 (2020)> =2020PASA...37...29R (SIMBAD/NED BibCode) ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; Active gal. nuclei ; Pulsars ; Radio continuum ; Polarization Keywords: polarisation - surveys - radio continuum: general - galaxies: active - pulsars Abstract: The low-frequency linearly polarised radio source population is largely unexplored. However, a renaissance in low-frequency polarimetry has been enabled by pathfinder and precursor instruments for the Square Kilometre Array. In this second paper from the POlarised GaLactic and Extragalactic All-Sky MWA Survey-the POlarised GLEAM Survey, or POGS-we present the results from our all-sky MWA Phase I Faraday Rotation Measure survey. Our survey covers nearly the entire Southern sky in the Declination range -82deg to +30deg at a resolution between around three and seven arcminutes (depending on Declination) using data in the frequency range 169-231MHz. We have performed two targeted searches: the first covering 25489 square degrees of sky, searching for extragalactic polarised sources; the second covering the entire sky South of Declination +30deg, searching for known pulsars. We detect a total of 517 sources with 200MHz linearly polarised flux densities between 9.9mJy and 1.7Jy, of which 33 are known radio pulsars. All sources in our catalogues have Faraday rotation measures in the range -328.07rad/m^2^ to +279.62rad/m^2^. The Faraday rotation measures are broadly consistent with results from higher-frequency surveys, but with typically more than an order of magnitude improvement in the precision, highlighting the power of low-frequency polarisation surveys to accurately study Galactic and extragalactic magnetic fields. We discuss the properties of our extragalactic and known-pulsar source population, how the sky distribution relates to Galactic features, and identify a handful of new pulsar candidates among our nominally extragalactic source population. Description: The POGS-II catalogue contains newly-detected linearly-polarised sources found in MWA observations performed as part of the GLEAM survey. This catalogue draws also on the GLEAM catalogue (Hurley-Walker et al., 2017MNRAS.464.1146H, Cat. VIII/100) for continuum identifications, plus ancillary catalogues (predominantly AllWISE) for cross-identifications with the literature and host identification. Note that table is designed to follow the RMTable format (Van Eck et al., in prep.) The POGS-II pulsar catalogue contains known pulsars detected in linear polarisation, found in MWA observations performed as part of the GLEAM survey. This catalogue draws also on the GLEAM Extragalactic catalogue (Hurley-Walker et al., 2017MNRAS.464.1146H, Cat. VIII/100) and the GLEAM II: Galactic Plane catalogue (Hurley-Walker et al., 2019PASA...36...47H, VIII/102) for continuum identifications, plus the ATNF Pulsar Catalogue (Manchester et al., 2005AJ....129.1993M, B/psr) for cross-identifications. Note that table is designed to follow the RMTable format (Van Eck et al., in prep.)

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