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Table 1

The C-GOALS sample.

No. IRAS Name Optical ID RA (NED) Dec (NED) z DL log (Lir) Other name
(J2000) (J2000) (km s-1) (Mpc) (L)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

1 F01364–1042 IRAS F01364–1042 01h38m52.92s –10d27m11.4s 0.0483 210.0 11.85
2 F04454–4838 ESO 203-IG1 04h46m49.50s –48d33m32.9s 0.0529 235.0 11.86
3 F05081+7936 VII Zw 31 05h16m46.44s +79d40m12.6s 0.0537 240.0 11.99
4 F05189–2524 IRAS F05189–2524 05h21m01.47s –25d21m45.4s 0.0425 187.0 12.16
5 F06259–4708 ESO 255-IG7 06h27m22.45s –47d10m48.7s 0.0388 173.0 11.90
6 07251–0248 IRAS 07251–0248 07h27m37.55s –02d54m54.1s 0.0875 400.0 12.39
7 F08520–6850 ESO 60-IG16 08h52m31.29s –69d01m57.0s 0.0463 210.0 11.82
8 F08572+3915 IRAS F08572+3915 09h00m25.39s +39d03m54.4s 0.0584 264.0 12.16
9 09022–3615 IRAS 09022–3615 09h04m12.70s –36d27m01.1s 0.0596 271.0 12.31
10 F09111–1007 IRAS F09111–1007 09h13m37.61s –10d19m24.8s 0.0541 246.0 12.06
11 F09126+4432 UGC 4881 09h15m55.11s +44d19m54.1s 0.0393 178.0 11.74 Arp 55
12 F09320+6134 UGC 5101 09h35m51.65s +61d21m11.3s 0.0394 177.0 12.01
13 F10038–3338 ESO 374-IG 032a 10h06m04.80s –33d53m15.0s 0.0341 156.0 11.78
14 F10173+0828 IRAS F10173+0828 10h20m00.21s +08d13m33.8s 0.0491 224.0 11.86
15 F10565+2448 IRAS F10565+2448 10h59m18.14s +24d32m34.3s 0.0431 197.0 12.08
16 F11257+5850 NGC 3690 11h28m32.25s +58d33m44.0s 0.0104 50.7 11.93 Arp 299
17 F12112+0305 IRAS F12112+0305 12h13m46.00s +02d48m38.0s 0.0733 340.0 12.36
18 F12540+5708 UGC 8058 12h56m14.23s +56d52m25.2s 0.0422 192.0 12.57 Mrk 231
19 13120–5453 IRAS 13120–5453 13h15m06.35s –55d09m22.7s 0.0308 144.0 12.32
20 F13136+6223 VV 250a 13h15m35.06s +62d07m28.6s 0.0311 142.0 11.81 Arp 238
21 F13182+3424 UGC 8387 13h20m35.34s +34d08m22.2s 0.0233 110.0 11.73 IC 883, Arp 193
22 F13428+5608 UGC 8696 13h44m42.11s +55d53m12.7s 0.0378 173.0 12.21 Mrk 273
23 F14348–1447 IRAS F14348–1447 14h37m38.37s –15d00m22.8s 0.0827 387.0 12.39
24 F14378–3651 IRAS F14378–3651 14h40m59.01s –37d04m32.0s 0.0676 315.0 12.23
25 F14547+2449 VV 340a 14h57m00.68s +24d37m02.7s 0.0337 157.0 11.74 Arp 302
26 F15163+4255 VV 705 15h18m06.28s +42d44m41.2s 0.0402 183.0 11.92 I Zw 107
27 F15250+3608 IRAS F15250+3608 15h26m59.40s +35d58m37.5s 0.0552 254.0 12.00
28 F15327+2340 UGC 9913 15h34m57.12s +23d30m11.5s 0.0182 87.9 12.28 Arp 220
29 F16330–6820 ESO 69-IG6 16h38m12.65s –68d26m42.6s 0.0464 212.0 11.98
30 F16504+0228 NGC 6240 16h52m58.89s +02d24m03.4s 0.0245 116.0 11.93
31 F17132+5313 IRAS F17132+5313 17h14m20.00s +53d10m30.0s 0.0509 232.0 11.96
32 F17207–0014 IRAS F17207–0014 17h23m21.96s –00d17m00.9s 0.0428 198.0 12.46
33 F18293–3413 IRAS F18293–3413 18h32m41.13s –34d11m27.5s 0.0182 86.0 11.88
34 F19115–2124 ESO 593-IG8 19h14m30.90s –21d19m07.0s 0.0487 222.0 11.93
35 F19297–0406 IRAS F19297–0406 19h32m21.25s –03d59m56.3s 0.0857 395.0 12.45
36 19542+1110 IRAS 19542+1110 19h56m35.44s +11d19m02.6s 0.0650 295.0 12.12
37 F20550+1655 CGCG 448-020 20h57m23.90s +17d07m39.0s 0.0361 161.0 11.94 II Zw 96
38 F20551–4250 ESO 286-IG19 20h58m26.79s –42d39m00.3s 0.0430 193.0 12.06
39 21101+5810 IRAS 21101+5810 21h11m30.40s +58d23m03.2s 0.0390 174.0 11.81
40 F22467–4906 ESO 239-IG2 22h49m39.87s –48d50m58.1s 0.0430 191.0 11.84
41 F22491–1808 IRAS F22491–1808 22h51m49.26s –17d52m23.5s 0.0778 351.0 12.20
42 F23128–5919 ESO 148-IG2 23h15m46.78s –59d03m15.6s 0.0446 199.0 12.06
43 F23180–6929 ESO 77-IG14 23h21m04.53s –69d12m54.2s 0.0416 186.0 11.76
44 F23365+3604 IRAS F23365+3604 23h39m01.27s +36d21m08.7s 0.0645 287.0 12.20

Notes.  Column (1): through number of the object, which are also used in other tables and Fig. 2. Column (2): original IRAS source, where an “F” prefix indicates the Faint Source Catalog and no prefix indicates the Point Source Catalog. Column (3): optical cross-identification, where available from NED. Column (4): the best available source right ascension (J2000) in NED as of October 2008. Column (5): the best available source declination (J2000) in NED as of October 2008. Column (6): the best available heliocentric redshift, in NED as of October 2008. Column (7): the luminosity distance in megaparsecs derived by correrecting the heliocentric velocity for the 3-attractor flow model of Mould et al. (2000) and adopting cosmological parameters H0 = 70 km s-1 Mpc-2, ΩV = 0.72, and ΩM = 0.28 based on the 5-year WMAP results (Hinshaw et al. 2009), as provided by NED. Column (8): the total infrared luminosity in log10 Solar units computed using the flux densities reported in the RBGS and the lumiosity distances in Col. (7) using the formulae Lir/L = 4π(DL [m ] )2   (Fir [W m-2])/3.826 × 1026 [W m-2], where Fir = 1.8 × 10-14 { 13.48f12   μm [Jy ]  + 5.16f25   μm [Jy ]  + 2.58f60   μm [Jy ]  + f100   μm [Jy ]  }  [W m-2] (Sanders & Mirabel 1996). Column (9): other conventionally used object name.

(a)

When the IRAS Revised Bright Galaxy Sample (RBGS, Sanders et al. 2003) was compiled, IRAS F10038–3338 was mistakenly cross-identified with the optical source IC 2545. The proper optical counterpart is ESO 374-IG 032. (See the Essential Notes in NED.)

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