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  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
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    provided by S. Snowden from data by Dickey and Lockman;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    This survey is derived from the 21cm maps presented by Dickey and Lockman in the ARAA 28, p215. The nH is derived assuming optically thin emission. The nH given should be considered a lower limit when the nH is greater than several times 1020.

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    TBD;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    This survey is a deep, high resolution radio survey of a relatively small region that has particularly deep coverage in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. As described in the reference abstract: This is a high-resolution radio survey of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) So...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    Observational data from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, mosaicking of images done by <i>SkyView</i>.;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    The ROSAT PSPC surveys were generated by SkyView as mosaics from publically available PSPC observations. The surveys include all data available through March 1, 1997. This includes the vast majority of ROSAT PSPC observations. Filter observations and observations take...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    Data generated from public images at HEASARC archive;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    The Swift UVOT instrument is a 30 cm modified Ritchey-Chretien reflecting telescope launched on board the Swift satellite on November 20, 2004. The range of optical and UV filters can accomodate wavebands between 1700 and 6500 Angstroms. A full field image covers 17x17 ...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    NASA IPAC/Jet Propulsion Laboratory;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    The IRAS data include all data distributed as part of the IRAS Sky Survey Atlas. Data from the four IRAS bands are shown as individual surveys in SkyView. Users should be aware that IPAC does not encourage the use of data near the ecliptic plane as they feel that contri...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    Max Planck Institute for Exterrestrial Physics (Garching FRG);
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    The ROSAT All-Sky X-ray Survey was obtained during 1990/1991 using the ROSAT Position Sensitive Proportional Counter (PSPC) in combination with the ROSAT X-ray Telescope (XRT). More than 60,000 X-ray sources were detected during this time. SkyView has multiple surveys ...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    The full-sky H-alpha map (6' FWHM resolution) is a composite of the Virginia Tech Spectral line Survey (VTSS) in the north and the Southern H-Alpha Sky Survey Atlas (SHASSA) in the south. Stellar artifacts and bleed trails have been carefully removed from these maps. Th...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    Data taken by two nearly-identical 1.2 m telescopes in Cambridge, MA and on Cerro Tololo, Chile combined into a complete survey of the Milky Way with CO integrated over all velocities.;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    New large-scale CO surveys of the first and second Galactic quadrants and the nearby molecular cloud complexes in Orion and Taurus, obtained with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 1.2 m telescope, have been combined with 31 other surveys obtained over the ...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    UKIDSS Project;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    The UKIDSS survey is the next generation infrared survey, a successor to 2MASS. It will ultimately cover 7000 square degrees in the northern sky at both high and low Galactic latitudes and goes about three magnitudes deeper than 2MASS in the coverage area. Most data is ...

  • other research product . AstroImage . 2021
    Authors:
    NASA BAT Team;
    Publisher: NASA/GSFC HEASARC

    This BAT Hard X-ray Survey data is the 70-month survey product of the BAT instrument on the Swift observatory. Swift/BAT is a wide field-of-view (70x100 degrees) hard X-ray imager consisting of a coded mask and a large array of CdZnTe detectors (with an effective area o...

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