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Table B.1:

Reduction of the Cyg OB2 No. 8A VLA data.
  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
  Progr. Date Ctr. Phase calibrator Int. No. Config. Flux Notes
        Name Flux Dist. time Ants.      
          (Jy) (degr.) (min)     (mJy)  
2 cm                  
* AA28 1984-03-04 8 2007+404 $3.33 \pm 0.28$ 4.9 20 27 CnB $0.7 \pm 0.4$ a
  AC116 1984-12-21 8 2007+404 $3.96 \pm 0.07$ 4.9 10 27 A $0.62\pm 0.19$ a
  AS786 2004-02-15 7 2015+371 $2.88 \pm 0.03$ 5.4 60 26 CnB <4.  
3.6 cm                  
* AS397 1990-02-16 8 2007+404 $3.10 \pm 0.04$ 4.9 59 22 A $0.48\pm 0.05$  
  AH395 1990-02-17 8 2007+404 $3.05 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 44 22 A $0.66\pm 0.04$  
  AW288 1991-07-04 8 2025+337 $2.08 \pm 0.06$ 7.7 5 26 A $0.70\pm 0.09$ b
  AW304 1992-01-24 8 2007+404 $2.87 \pm 0.03$ 4.9 12 24 CnB $1.06\pm 0.07$ Sb
  BP1 1992-05-30 9 2052+365 $1.87 \pm 0.01$ 6.0 99 23 DnC <1.1  
  AB671 1993-01-24 9 2007+404 $3.33 \pm 0.07$ 4.9 23 27 A <5. S
  AB671 1993-01-29 9 2007+404 $3.33 \pm 0.02$ 4.9 24 27 BnA <2.0 S
  AB671 1993-02-01 9 2007+404 $3.29 \pm 0.03$ 4.9 6 27 BnA <4.  
  AB671 1993-02-14 9 2007+404 $3.41 \pm 0.03$ 4.9 7 27 BnA <4. S
  AB671 1993-02-20 9 2007+404 $3.8 \pm 0.1 $ 4.9 14 24 B <5.  
  AS483 1993-05-01 98 2007+404 $3.28 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 25 27 B $1.19\pm 0.13$ Sb
  AR277 1994-04-17 9 2007+404 $2.97 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 23 14 A <5. S
  AR328 1995-04-27 9 2007+404 $2.77 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 11 16 D <2.7  
  AS644 1999-02-05 7 2007+404 $2.07 \pm 0.12$ 4.9 35 23 DnC $1.0 \pm 0.3 $  
  AS644 1999-04-18 8 2015+371 $2.17 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 5 27 D $0.92\pm 0.10$  
  AW515 1999-06-08 9 2007+404 $2.02 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 10 19 AD <2.8 I,S
  BB116 1999-12-04 9 2007+404 $2.20 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 101 27 B $1.96\pm 0.26$  
  BB116 2000-06-26 9 2007+404 $2.40 \pm 0.01$ 4.9 20 26 DnC $2.9 \pm 2.3 $  
  AS786 2004-02-15 7 2015+371 $2.76 \pm 0.02$ 5.4 45 25 CnB $1.12\pm 0.18$ c
  BD110 2005-11-15 9 2007+404 $2.29 \pm 0.02$ 4.9 21 22 D <2.1 S
  AB1195 2006-01-26 8 2007+404 $2.37 \pm 0.05$ 4.9 31 16 AD $0.58\pm 0.27$  
  AB1210 2006-05-24 8 2007+404 $2.21 \pm 0.02$ 4.9 27 21 BnA $0.98\pm 0.05$  
6 cm              
* CHUR 1980-05-23 8 2007+404 $4.73 \pm 0.03$ 4.9 47 22 AD $1.33\pm 0.13$ $1\times 50 $a
  CHUR 1980-05-24 8 2007+404 $4.58 \pm 0.03$ 4.9 47 22 AD $1.18\pm 0.11$ $1\times 50 $a
  BIGN 1981-10-16 9 2007+404 $4.16 \pm 0.04 $ 4.9 17 27 C $0.8 \pm 0.4 $ S, $1\times 50 $
  BECK 1982-03-27 9 2007+404 $4.74 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 228 27 A $1.5 \pm 0.4 $ S, $1\times 50 $
  BECK 1982-07-03 9 2007+404 $4.95 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 5 26 A <5. S, $1\times 50 $
  BIEG 1982-08-26 9 2007+404 $4.4 \pm 0.1 $ 4.9 9 24 B <3. $1\times 50 $
  BECK 1982-12-21 9 2023+318 $2.86 \pm 0.01 $ 9.6 9 24 D <2.4 S, $1\times 50 $
  AC42 1983-05-09 9 2007+404 $4.46 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 10 26 C <1.2 $1\times 50 $
  AC42 1983-08-22 9 2007+404 $4.85 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 14 25 A <4.  
  AB228 1983-08-27 9 2007+404 $4.90 \pm 0.03 $ 4.9 18 27 A <3.  
  AB252 1983-10-30 9 2007+404 $4.84 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 9 26 A <4. S
  AA28 1984-03-04 8 2007+404 $4.27 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 41 27 CnB $0.91\pm 0.10$ a
  AA28 1984-03-09 8 2007+404 $4.33 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 23 26 CnB $0.78\pm 0.13$  
  AA29 1984-04-04 9 2007+404 $4.21 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 11 27 C <0.9 Sa
  VM59 1984-10-16 9 2202+422 $2.72 \pm 0.01 $ 16.7 13 26 D <2.4 S
  AC116 1984-11-27 9 2007+404 $4.50 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 19 25 A <2.8 S
  AC116 1984-12-21 8 2007+404 $4.63 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 6 27 A 0.56 $\pm$ 0.13 a
  AF102 1985-05-09 + 2022+616 $2.43 \pm 0.01 $ 20.4 9 26 B <1.3 S
  AA47 1985-06-12 7 2007+404 $3.87 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 24 22 B 0.98 $\pm$ 0.27  
  AA47 1985-09-01 9 2007+404 $3.53 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 7 27 C <1.0  
  AA47 1985-09-19 9 2007+404 $3.56 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 11 25 C <0.8  
  VM115 1990-06-11 9 2202+422 $3.24 \pm 0.01 $ 16.7 19 22 A <1.6  
  AG320 1991-03-06 SE 2007+404 $2.73 \pm 0.01 $ 5.3 10 25 D 1.4 $\pm$ 0.6  
  AB671 1993-01-21 9 2007+404 $3.09 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 19 24 A <2.3 S
  AB671 1993-01-24 9 2007+404 $3.08 \pm 0.03 $ 4.9 18 27 A <2.8 S
  AB671 1993-01-29 9 2007+404 $3.12 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 19 27 BnA 2.1 $\pm$ 1.1 S
  AB671 1993-02-01 9 2007+404 $3.11 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 7 27 BnA 1.2 $\pm$ 0.7 S
  AB671 1993-02-14 9 2007+404 $3.12 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 8 27 BnA 2.2 $\pm$ 1.4  
  AS483 1993-05-01 98 2007+404 $3.04 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 21 25 B 1.33 $\pm$ 0.16 b
  TST6CM 1993-06-04 9 2052+365 $5.2 \pm 0.2 $ 6.0 29 26 CnB <0.8 X
  AR277 1994-04-17 9 2007+404 $3.04 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 23 15 A <4.  
  AR328 1995-04-27 9 2007+404 $2.982\pm 0.003$ 4.9 11 16 D <2.3  
  AS644 1999-02-05 7 2007+404 $2.6 \pm 0.1 $ 4.9 20 23 DnC 1.1 $\pm$ 0.5  
  AS644 1999-04-18 8 2015+371 $1.728\pm 0.003$ 5.4 5 26 D 0.93 $\pm$ 0.19  
  AW515 1999-06-08 9 2007+404 $2.40 \pm 0.03 $ 4.9 10 21 AD <1.4 I, S
  AS786 2004-02-15 7 2015+371 $2.778\pm 0.003$ 5.4 61 26 CnB 1.21 $\pm$ 0.28 c
  AB1156 2005-02-04 8 2007+404 $2.47 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 31 25 BnA 1.28 $\pm$ 0.05  
  AB1156 2005-02-06 8 2007+404 $2.50 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 31 25 BnA 1.27 $\pm$ 0.06  
  AB1156 2005-02-08 8 2007+404 $2.52 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 31 25 BnA 1.11 $\pm$ 0.12  
  AB1156 2005-02-11 8 2007+404 $2.52 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 31 25 BnA 0.88 $\pm$ 0.07  
  AB1156 2005-02-13 8 2007+404 $2.49 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 31 24 BnA 0.76 $\pm$ 0.05  
  AB1156 2005-02-18 8 2007+404 $2.44 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 51 24 B 0.64 $\pm$ 0.04  
  AB1156 2005-02-25 8 2007+404 $2.49 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 30 24 B 1.11 $\pm$ 0.06  
  AB1156 2005-02-27 8 2007+404 $2.49 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 51 25 B 0.98 $\pm$ 0.06  
  AB1156 2005-02-28 8 2007+404 $2.47 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 30 25 B 1.29 $\pm$ 0.05  
  AB1156 2005-03-01 8 2007+404 $2.410\pm 0.004$ 4.9 31 24 B 1.14 $\pm$ 0.07  
  AB1156 2005-03-02 8 2007+404 $2.44 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 29 25 B 1.26 $\pm$ 0.05  
  AB1156 2005-03-08 8 2007+404 $2.44 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 26 25 B 0.72 $\pm$ 0.05  
  AB1156 2005-03-12 8 2007+404 $2.43 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 30 25 B 0.73 $\pm$ 0.05  
  BD110 2005-11-15 9 2007+404 $2.51 \pm 0.01 $ 4.9 18 21 D <1.9 S
20 cm              
* BIEG 1982-08-26 12 2007+404 $4.00 \pm 0.04 $ 4.8 53 24 B <3.1  
  AB228 1983-08-25 9 2007+404 $4.19 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 28 24 A <2.2  
  AB228 1983-08-27 12 2007+404 $4.31 \pm 0.02 $ 4.8 107 26 A <2.5  
  AA28 1984-03-09 8 2007+404 $4.15 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 26 26 CnB $1.14 \pm 0.28$  
  AC116 1984-11-27 9 2007+404 $4.06 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 33 25 A $ 2.6 \pm 0.8 $  
  AC116 1984-12-21 8 2007+404 $3.98 \pm 0.03 $ 4.9 11 27 A $1.29 \pm 0.13$ a
  AT61 1985-04-04 9 2052+365 $5.43 \pm 0.01 $ 6.0 14 25 BnA <1.7  
  AA47 1985-09-19 9 2007+404 $3.92 \pm 0.04 $ 4.9 13 26 C <4. S
  AR170 1987-10-16 5 2052+365 $5.20 \pm 0.02 $ 6.2 26 23 BnA 2.1 $\pm$ 1.2  
  AR170 1987-11-09 5 2052+365 $5.07 \pm 0.05 $ 6.2 9 21 BnA <4.  
  AM305 1990-07-05 80 2007+404 $2.84 \pm 0.02 $ 4.9 5 26 BnA <2.8 $2\times 25$
  AFTST 1991-08-11 21 2052+365 $5.15 \pm 0.01 $ 6.0 38 19 A <5.  
  AW311 1992-03-15 21 2022+542 $1.036\pm 0.002$ 13.2 29 27 C <5. S
  TST6CM 1993-06-04 9 2052+365 $6.4 \pm 0.3 $ 6.0 13 27 CnB <4. S
  AL372 1996-03-28 5 2038+513 5.80 10.1 10 25 C <3.0 S, PH
                      $2\times 3.125$
  AA237 1999-02-01 J2 2052+365 5.31 $\pm$ 0.03 6.1 11 27 C <4.  

Notes.  Column (1) gives the programme name; (2) the date of the observation; (3) the source on which the observation was centred; (4) the phase calibrator name (J2000 coordinates); (5) the phase calibrator flux; and (6) distance to the observation centre; (7) the integration time on the source; (8) the number of antennas that gave a usable signal; (9) the configuration the VLA was in at the time of the observation; (10) the measured flux; and (11) refers to the notes. Many of the VLA observations were made in two sidebands, each of which has a bandwidth of 50 MHz; the exceptions are noted in Col. (11). Upper limits are 3 $\times$ the rms.
The details of Col. (3) are: the source on which the observation was centred is mostly indicated by Schulte (1956) Cyg OB2 numbers. Other indicators are: ``98'' is in between Cyg OB2 No. 8A and No. 9; ``+'' is listed in the observing log as 2031+411; ``80'' as F80XF, ``21'' as 2032+41; ``J2'' as 2033+4118_2 and ``SE'' as TEVSE.
The notes in Col. (11) are: `` $1\times 50 $'' (or a similar code): bandwidth different from standard $2\times 50$ MHz; ``I'': stripes are visible on this image, complicating the flux measurement; ``PH'': flux calibration on phase calibrator; ``S'': selfcalibration applied; ``X'': flux calibration is very uncertain; check on flux of phase calibrator suggests a factor of 2 uncertainty. Column (11) also gives references for those observations that have already been published in the literature: (a) Bieging et al. (1989); (b) Waldron et al. (1998); (c) Puls et al. (2006).


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