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Issue
A&A
Volume 625, May 2019
Article Number C1
Number of page(s) 2
Section Catalogs and data
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201833399e
Published online 07 May 2019

We discovered an error in the coding for the expression calculating the radio power, L1.5 GHz. In the original manuscript, the radio power was calculated using the VLA radio peak brightnesses whereas it should be calculated using the integrated flux densities. Whilst this makes little difference to compact sources, extended objects (e.g. J123656+615659, J123644+621133 and J123726+621129) had radio powers underestimated by up to an order of magnitude. This error has no significant effect upon the conclusions of the original manuscript. We outline where this error affects the original manuscript in the following couple of paragraphs.

Figure 6 and Table 3 are affected in the original manuscript and are corrected in this erratum. The online table at CDS has also been corrected.

On page 11, last sentence of the first paragraph should be: “As Fig. 6 shows, we sample a large range of radio powers from ∼1022 − 1026 W Hz−1 which have a median luminosity of 3.5 × 1024 W Hz−1”.

thumbnail Fig. 6.

Radio power vs. redshift for our VLBI sources. 1σ uncertainties on radio power and redshifts are plotted. The bold black curve represents the theoretical radio power that these VLBI observations are sensitive to (assuming all the VLA flux is contained in a milliarcsecond core) corresponding to 54 μJy beam−1 or 6× VLBI central rms The region above the blue shaded area represents the AGN dominated regime defined using the selection criteria of Magliocchetti et al. (2018). The histogram shows the distribution of the radio powers of which peak between 1024 and 1025 W Hz−1.

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Table 3.

Derived VLA and VLBI radio properties of the 31 GOODS-N AGN.

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Table 3.

Derived VLA and VLBI radio properties of the 31 GOODS-N AGN.

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thumbnail Fig. 6.

Radio power vs. redshift for our VLBI sources. 1σ uncertainties on radio power and redshifts are plotted. The bold black curve represents the theoretical radio power that these VLBI observations are sensitive to (assuming all the VLA flux is contained in a milliarcsecond core) corresponding to 54 μJy beam−1 or 6× VLBI central rms The region above the blue shaded area represents the AGN dominated regime defined using the selection criteria of Magliocchetti et al. (2018). The histogram shows the distribution of the radio powers of which peak between 1024 and 1025 W Hz−1.

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