Observation details for the source NVSS J171949+263007 (0.8′ west of Ross 867) reported in the NVSS and FIRST surveys.
|Survey||α, δ(3)||Flux density||Major (4)||Minor (4)||PA (4)||Mean epoch (5)|
|FIRST (1)||17h19m49.314s +26°30′07.69″||17.9 ± 0.9||5.52||5.37||172.8||1995.874|
|NVSS (2)||17h19m49.24s +26°30′07.2″||17.3 ± 0.6||< 19.0||< 18.3||–||1995 ± 2.0|
Notes. The source NVSS J171949+263007 was used as a reference source.(1)The Faint Images of the Radio Sky at Twenty-Centimeters (FIRST) survey was made using the NRAO Very Large Array (VLA) producing images with 1.8″ pixels, a typical rms of 0.15 mJy, and a resolution of 5 arcsec (White et al. 1997). (2)The NRAO VLA Sky Survey (NVSS) was made at 1.4 GHz with a resolution of 45 arcsec and a limiting peak source brightness of about 2.5 mJy beam−1 (Condon et al. 1998). (3)Source position right ascension (α) and declination (δ) in sexagesimal notation. (4)Source major axis, minor axis, and position angle measured directly from map before deconvolving synthesized beam. No PA reported for NVSS observation.
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