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Table 8

Likely counterparts of the X-ray sources listed in Table 7.

Name S [mJy] Name K Name R Name g Type

A 003000+072255 47(2) 0973-0005315 20.0m J003000.24+072254.7 20.3m 6
B 0973-0005428 20.4m J003017.75+072140.6 19.6m 6
C J003022.22+072621.3 21.4m 6
D 00302977+0720101 15.3m 0973-0005481 18.9m J003029.77+072010.3 18.5m 3
0973-0005484 19.3m
E J003049.61+072313.5 21.0m 6
F 00305500+0723233 15.7m 0973-0005560 18.2m J003054.80+072323.1 20.7m 6
J003055.00+072323.2 18.5m 6
G 003119+072456 11.6(6) 0974-0005617 18.6m J003119.71+072453.5 17.4m 6

Notes. Scans ranging from radio (NVSS) to infrared (2MASS) and optical (USNO and SDSS) wavelength bands are given. The table lists the object’s name and the catalogued flux or apparent magnitude. Here, parentheses indicate the corresponding error on the last decimal. Based on photometric morphology, SDSS provides a separation between galaxy-like (3) and star-like objects (6), see Lupton et al. (2001).


Frequency ν = 1.4   GHz.


The column lists R2. If not available, R1 or B1 is given instead (see Monet et al. 2003, and references therein).

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