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TAY93 - Water Masers in the Direction of the Galactic Center. I. Results From Initial Observations

Short title: Taylor et al. (1993)
Authors: Taylor, Gregory B.Morris, MarkSchulman, Eric
Journal: Astronomical Journal v.106, p.1978
Bibcode: 1993AJ....106.1978T

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Image Descr. Vrange Vpeak Fpeak ∫F dv Telescope RMS Beam Detection Date
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) (km/s) (km/s) (Jy) (Jy*km/s) (Jy/beam) (arcsec) Yes/No
117 36 2.4-30 12 46.7357.81351.0899G357.813+1.090
358.162+0.490-8.4;-3.1-3.11.24 (0.07)11.52 (0.47)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
217 36 10-28 06 58.4359.59602.1956G359.596+2.196
359.946+1.593-11.2;-11.2-11.20.38 (0.04)0.99 (0.10)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
317 36 54.5-30 00 28.7358.08721.0421G358.087+1.042
358.436+0.442-3.1;23.22.13.51 (0.18)40.57 (1.35)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
417 37 41.3-30 21 5.8357.88770.7154G357.888+0.715
358.236+0.116 Descr -29.5;2.1-8.415.02 (0.86)280.69 (7.80)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
517 37 57.6-30 19 23357.94330.6811G357.943+0.681
358.291+0.081 Image Descr -18.9;7.42.15.03 (0.29)76.25 (2.26)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
617 38 06-30 15 43358.01100.6885G358.011+0.688
358.359+0.088-13.7;2.1-8.41.99 (0.12)22.18 (0.89)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
717 38 6.9-30 43 37.5357.61970.4368G357.618+0.436
357.967-0.163 Image Descr -82.1;91.712.711.17 (0.62)395.18 (6.05)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
817 38 6.7-30 43 46.9357.61710.4361G357.618+0.436
357.965-0.163-13.7;-3.1-3.12.58 (0.19)20.40 (1.10)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
917 38 14.8-26 31 57.31.18232.6535G1.182+2.654
1.532+2.05033.6;36.333.60.34 (0.03)1.38 (0.12)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1017 39 6.5-30 04 26.3358.28630.6045G358.286+0.605
358.634+0.004-18.9;-13.7-13.70.17 (0.03)1.67 (0.22)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1117 39 11.9-29 52 13.4358.46900.6966G358.469+0.697
358.817+0.096-8.4;-8.4-8.40.13 (0.03)0.69 (0.14)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1217 39 17.7-30 20 43.1358.07830.4256G358.078+0.426
358.426-0.174 Descr -18.9;17.917.90.77 (0.06)7.86 (0.45)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1317 39 22.6-30 04 19.3358.31910.5562G358.319+0.556
358.667-0.044 Descr -29.5;2.1-13.78.50 (0.47)155.53 (4.01)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1417 39 48-29 48 40.5358.58870.6173G358.596+0.614
358.936+0.017-18.9;-13.7-18.90.10 (0.03)0.88 (0.20)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1517 39 51.4-29 48 9.8358.60240.6115G358.596+0.614
358.950+0.011-124.3;-119-124.30.14 (0.03)1.43 (0.21)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1617 40 0.9-29 27 29.9358.91240.7655G358.912+0.766
359.260+0.16454.8;60.154.81.20 (0.07)7.98 (0.40)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1717 40 14-29 37 57.5358.78980.6328G358.790+0.633
359.138+0.032 Image Descr -155.9;60.1-3.159.59 (3.23)878.49 (21.7)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
1817 40 24.7-30 32 32358.03940.1172G358.047+0.121
358.386-0.483 Descr -8.4;7.4-3.12.21 (0.13)17.18 (0.75)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O +OH 1990 January 7
1917 40 23.8-28 23 3.4359.86711.2649G359.867+1.265
0.215+0.66270.6;70.670.60.13 (0.03)0.68 (0.15)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2017 40 31-29 38 56.2358.80870.5719G358.809+0.572
359.156-0.029-8.4;2.1-3.10.29 (0.03)2.83 (0.28)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2117 40 42.5-29 35 21.6358.88140.5681G358.881+0.568
359.229-0.033-3.1;-3.1-3.10.09 (0.03)0.45 (0.14)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2217 41 8.4-29 27 6.2359.04790.5613G359.048+0.561
359.396-0.040-61.1;-55.8-55.80.21 (0.04)1.90 (0.28)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2317 41 26.8-29 27 57.8359.07090.4972G359.071+0.497
359.418-0.104-3.1;2.1-3.13.70 (0.39)34.21 (2.49)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2417 41 28.8-29 26 57.9359.08880.4999G359.089+0.500
359.436-0.102 Descr -61.1;-55.8-55.85.14 (0.37)49.67 (2.55)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2517 41 30.3-29 17 12359.23010.5810G359.230+0.581
359.578-0.02154.8;54.854.80.12 (0.03)0.63 (0.15)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2617 41 35.4-28 50 24.7359.61880.8014G359.619+0.801
359.967+0.199-18.9;-18.9-18.90.24 (0.03)1.27 (0.17)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2717 41 44.1-28 50 50.8359.62950.7705G359.630+0.770
359.977+0.168 Descr -8.4;-3.1-8.40.13 (0.03)0.93 (0.19)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2817 41 48-29 15 4.1359.29410.5454G359.294+0.545
359.642-0.056 Descr -8.4;-3.1-3.10.12 (0.03)1.02 (0.21)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
2917 41 50.3-29 24 52.3359.15980.4519G359.160+0.452
359.507-0.150 Descr 2.1;17.912.70.42 (0.03)4.58 (0.31)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
3017 47 22.2-27 51 7.81.12610.2344G1.126+0.234
1.473-0.369 Image Descr -11.2;17.8-5.92.38 (0.12)22.51 (0.51)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
3117 48 16.9-28 24 53.10.7485-0.2286G0.749-0.229
1.095-0.832 Descr -8.5;25.7-5.972.42 (3.72)379.2 (11.5)NRAOVLA0.0032.7 x 4.4+H2O 1990 January 7
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    Type Description
    I Oxygen-rich non-variable stars without circumstellar shells
    II Variable stars with "young" O-rich circumstellar shells
    IIIa Variable stars with more evolved O-rich circumstellar shells
    IIIb Variable stars with thick O-rich circumstellar shells
    IV Variable stars with very thick O-rich circumstellar shells
    V Planetary nebulae and non- variable stars with very cool circumstellar shells
    VIa Variable stars with relatively cold dust at large distances; a significant part of the stars is carbon-rich
    VIb Variable stars with relatively hot dust close to the star and relatively cold dust at large distances; Some of the objects have proven to be O-rich
    VII Variable stars with more evolved C-rich circumstellar shells
    VIII Different sort of objects

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  • Distribution of sources from TAY93 in (l,b) histograms



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    DSS colored
    2MASS colored
    WISE colored
    SDSS color
    IRAC color I1,I2,I4
    GLIMPSE 360
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    SPIRE color (250-500 um)
    NVSS (1.4GHz)
    ATLASGAL 870 um
    ATLASGAL 870 um + Planck
    Bolocam 1.1 mm
    UKIDSS K
    2MASS K