High-Resolution Very Large Array Imaging of Sloan Digital Sky Survey Stripe 82 at 1.4 GHz

This is a high-resolution radio survey of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Southern Equatorial Stripe, a.k.a. Stripe 82. This 1.4 GHz survey was conducted with the Very Large Array (VLA) primarily in the A-configuration, with supplemental B-configuration data to increase sensitivity to extended structure. The survey has an angular resolution of 1.''8 and achieves a median rms noise of 52 μJy per beam over 92 deg^2. The catalog contains 17,969 isolated radio components, for an overall source density of ∼195 sources/deg^2. See also J.A. Hodge et al, 2011AJ....142....3H .

Coordinates (as h m s, d m s or decimal degrees), or SIMBAD-resolvable object
Search radius in arcminutes
Probability that the source is spurious (e.g., because of a sidelobe of a nearby bright source).
Peak flux density derived by fitting an elliptical Gaussian model to the source. The uncertainty is given in the rms_nose column.
SDSS i-band magnitude of the closest match in SDSS DR6.
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