Continumm fluxes of centimeter sources in G035.02+0.35.
|Component||Band||RA (J2000)||Dec (J2000)|
|(h m s)||(° ′ ″)||(mJy)|
Notes. Column 1: centimeter continuum components detected at multiple bands, as indicated in Col. 2. Columns 3 and 4: peak pixel positions of the continuum sources at each band. Based on the absolute position differences at different frequencies, we estimate an absolute position uncertainty of approximately . Column 5: radio continuum flux densities measured at each frequency within a common uv-distance range, as described in Sanna et al. (2018, their Sect. 3). The two fluxes at C band refer to the central frequencies of 5.0 (left) and 7.0 GHz (right). The rms and beam size are ∼10 μJy beam−1 and at each band, respectively. Estimates of the positional uncertainties for the centimeter sources are discussed in Appendix A.
Values obtained from Table A.1 of Sanna et al. (2018).
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