- Table 1:
Associations between uncatalogued
visible in the 1616 MHz map of Liszt & Spiker (1995) and bright
ISOGAL sources. The 1950 coordinates (Cols. 1 and 2) are extracted
from Fig. 1 in Liszt and Spiker (1995), and were precessed to
2000 epoch in Cols. 3 and 4.
- Table 2:
Coordinates, 7 and 15 m magnitudes,
extension at 15 m
and 7-15 m association quality
flag for the sources located within the cluster. The Id. column gives
the identification letters, as they appear in Fig. 11.
- Table A.1:
2MASS and DENIS magnitudes, ISOGAL, MSX and IRAS
fluxes for two among our 46 candidate young objects. The full table
is available through Vizier at the CDS1.
- Table A.2:
Main characteristics of the 32 YSO candidates
detected at 7 and 15 m: J and K DENIS magnitudes, ISO-DENIS
association quality flag
and separation; magnitudes, uncertainties and quality flags at 7 and
15 m, 7-15 m association quality flag
aperture magnitude at 15 m; MSX: this column contains a "+'' if
the source is associated (within 8'') with an MSX source with
FE/FD>2, and a "X'' if there is an association,
- Table A.3:
Main characteristics of the 14 YSO candidates
detected only at 15 m. Columns are the same as in Table A.2,
except for the 7 m and 7-15 m association data.