Source Summary Page: G043.1520+00.0115

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CORNISH 5 GHz Radio Continuum Data

5 GHz radio image (FITS FILE)

Annotations: Green = current source, White = high-reliability sources (≥ 7σ), Yellow = 6 to 7σ sources, Red = 5 to 6σ sources.
Click within 10'' of any source with σ > 6 to open its data summary page in a new window.

CORNISH Catalogue Entry

Source Name Source Type RA (J2000) Dec (J2000) Flux
RMS Noise
Angular Size
Sigma Likely
G043.1520+00.0115 UCHII 19:10:11.74 09:05:27.13 306.63 111.08 1.55 2.61 70.7 Unlikely
Uncertainties: Confidence:
0.349'' 0.340'' 34.78 9.95   0.014    
Click on the "likely artefact" edit the source artefact status or the "source type" to classify the source type.

CORNISH Catalogue Flags:

In cluster?a Yes Near survey edge?b No High-noise region?c Yes
High 5σ density?d Yes Near bright source?e No Smooth Weighting?f Yes
Overlap 5σ?g No Overlap 7σ?h No Nearest 5σ source G043.1527+00.0133
(d = 7.4'')
Nearest 7σ source G043.1489+00.0130
(d = 12.6'')
a Source is within 12'' of another source.
b Source is within 2' of the survey edge.
c Source is in a region with a RMS-noise greater than 0.45 mJy/beam
d Region contains greater than 7 detections of 5 to 7-sigma sources.
e Source is within 3' of another source which has a peak flux density greater than 500 mJy/beam.
f Source is within the half-power primary beam-width of a field which was imaged using the smoothed weighting scheme.
g One or more 5σ to 7σ source overlaps with the current source.
h One or more 7σ+ sources overlaps with the current source.

The large-scale CORNISH environment

Density map of sources above 5σ.

Below is density-map of source counts above 5σ summed under a circle of radius 8-arcmin. Regions showing locally elevated source counts likely contain greater numbers of spurious sources and should be inspected carefully. The position of the current source is marked with a cross.

The map above is sampled in 2x2 arcminute bins (pixels) whose greyscale intensity is scaled to the number of sources detected within a radius of eight arcminutes. Only the local ten-degree region of the Galactic plane is plotted.

The histogram above plots the distribution of source-density values measured over the whole survey area (as per the density map immediately above). The red line illustrates the value of the current source. If this lies in the upper wing of the distribution the source is more likely to be an artefact.

Large CORNISH images and cone-searches

Click on the links below to cutout large CORNISH mosaics or perform preset cone-searches.

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Cone search < 5.0' Perform a cone search for sources within a 5.0' radius.


Other Radio Data

MAGPIS Radio Continuum Data

MAGPIS 5 GHz radio image (FITS FILE)
MAGPIS 1.4 GHz radio image (FITS FILE)
These images have been taken from the Multi-Array Galactic Plane Imaging Survey (MAGPIS) and regridded into Equatorial J2000 coordinates. The 5 and 1.4 GHz datasets are described in White et al. (2005, ADS) and use the C, D and DnC-configurations of the VLA. The MAGPIS images are lower resolution than CORNISH (6'' vs 1.5''), but are sensitive to more extended emission (1' vs 15'').

NVSS 1.4 GHz Radio Continuum Data

Use the form below to query the NVSS postage stamp server. The default settings open a postscript contour map, centered on the position of the CORNISH source. The resolution of NVSS is 45''.

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Infrared Data

UKIDSS Near-Infrared Data

R = K-band, G = H-band, B = J-band
The three near-infrared images above come from the UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS), specifically the Galactic Plane Survey (GPS). Each image has been rotated and regridded into Equatorial J2000 coordinates. The K-band images are sensitive to Mag=18.3, three magnitudes deeper than 2MASS.

GLIMPSE Mid-Infrared Data

R = 8.0µm, G = 4.5µm, B = 3.6µm
IRAC 3.6 micron (FITS FILE)
IRAC 4.5 micron (FITS FILE)
IRAC 5.8 micron (FITS FILE)
IRAC 8.0 micron (FITS FILE)
The Spitzer GLIMPSE (Galactic Legacy Infrared Mid-Plane Survey Extraordinaire) data have been obtained from the IPAC IR science archive and converted into Equatorial J2000 format. HII regions and PNe appear as red sources in the RGB image on the left. The environment of HII regions generally exhibits extended emission from poly-aromatic hydrocarbons in the 8-micron images.

GLIMPSE point source catalogue matches

Glimpse Name Offset (arcsec) 3.6 flux (mJy) 4.5 flux (mJy) 5.8 flux
8.0 flux
G043.1519+00.0112 0.84 -- -- 421.900 --
Reliability:   -- -- 1.00 --
CORNISH and GLIMPSE sources were matched within a radius of 2 arcseconds. The matching reliability in each band was calculated using Eqn. 2 of Sutherland & Saunders (1992) (ADS) with a sigma of 0.6 arcsec. From experience so far any value less than 0.98 would indicate that cross match is not real - the clear matches are all at 0.99 or 1.00. We may change the 0.6 arcsec number once we have a sample of real matches to play with but it is doing a pretty good job for now.

WISE Mid-Infrared Data

R = 22µm, G = 12µm, B = 4.6µm
WISE 3.4 micron (FITS FILE)
WISE 4.6 micron (FITS FILE)
WISE 12 micron (FITS FILE)
WISE 22 micron (FITS FILE)
The NASA WISE (Wide Field Survey Infrared Explorer) data have been obtained from the IPAC IR science archive and converted into Equatorial J2000 format. HII regions and PNe appear as red sources in the RGB image on the left.

MIPSGAL Mid/Far-Infrared Data

MIPSGAL 70 micron - filtered (FITS FILE)
The 24 and 70-micron MIPSGAL survey data was downloaded from the IPAC IR science archive and converted into Equarorial J2000 coordinatres. The standard 70-micron images contain significant artefacts. A 'filtered' version is also available which have had some artefact corrections applied and also emission on large scales removed.


Millimetre Continuum Data

Bolocam 1.1-mm Continuum Data

BOLOCAM 1.1-mm data (FITS FILE)
The Bolocam image above has been taken from the The Bolocam Northern Galactic Plane Survey. The data has an effective resolution of 33'' and is sensitive to warm dust on scales below 5.9'. The flux of objects extended on scales of 3.8' is attenuated by 50 percent.