SMC4800MHZ - Small Magellanic Cloud ATCA 4800-MHz Source Catalog
The 6 cm map has a resolution of 30 arcseconds, and a sensitivity of 0.7 mJy/beam. The field size of the image used in this study covered from 00h 26m to 01h 28m in RA (J2000.0) and from -70o 29' to -75o 29' in Dec (J2000.0). The MIRIAD task 'imsad' was used to detect sources in the 6 cm image, requiring a fitted Gaussian flux density > 5 sigma (3.5 mJy). All sources were then visually examined to confirm that they are genuine point sources, excluding extended emission, bright side lobes, etc.
New 6 and 3-cm radio-continuum maps of the Small Magellanic Cloud. Part II. Point source catalogue. Wong G.F., Crawford E.J., Filipovic M.D., de Horta A.Y., Tothill N.F.H., Collier J.D., Draskovic D., Galvin T.J., Payne J.L. <Serbian Astron. J., 184, 93-95 (2012)> =2012SerAJ.184...93W
The name of the radio source using the style recommended by the Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects, viz., the [WCF2012] prefix (for Wong, Crawford, Filipovic 2012) and the J2000.0 equatorial coordinates truncated to 1 second of time and 1 arcsecond in RA and Dec, respectively.
The Right Ascension of the 4800-MHz radio source in the selected equinox. This was given in J2000.0 equatorial coordinates to a precision of 0.01 seconds of time in the original table.
The Declination of the 4800-MHz radio source in the selected equinox. This was given in J2000.0 equatorial coordinates to a precision of 0.01 arcseconds in the original table.
The Galactic Longitude of the 4800-MHz radio source.
The Galactic Latitude of the 4800-MHz radio source.
The integrated flux density of the 4800-MHz radio source, in mJy.