EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 559, November 2013
Article Number A27
Number of page(s) 17
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201321765
Published online 31 October 2013

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Appendix A: Catalogue of detected sources

Table A.1

Catalogue of the detected Faraday sources.

Appendix B: Faraday spectra of the sources detected at λ90 cm

The following pages show the Faraday spectra of the sources detected at 90 cm. We refer to Sect. 5.2.1 for details. The peak associated with the detected source is marked with a blue arrow and a blue error bar. Green error bars and dashed lines show literature values from Han et al. (1998), the red errorbars and dashed lines from Taylor et al. (2009) where available.

An important selection criterion for a source to be included in the catalogue was a clear recognition as a point-like source in the cube (in RA/Dec). This is why sometimes higher peaks than the one marked as detection are present in the spectra. Any other peaks that possibly appear in the spectra are partly extended features.

The grey area marks the range of FD (± 30 rad m-2) that probably is affected by emission from the nearby foreground of the Milky Way and by instrumental polarization.

Like in Table A.1, the sources are ordered from east to west.

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Faraday spectra of the detected sources. See text above for details.

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