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1990ApJS...73..359C A 1.49 GHz ATLAS OF THE IRAS BRIGHT GALAXY SAMPLE J. J. CONDON National Radio Astronomy Observatory G. HELOU Infrared Processing and Analysis Center, California Institute of Technology AND D. B. SANDERS AND B. T. SOIFER Division of Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology Received 1989 October 5; accepted 1989 November 17 ABSTRACT The VLA has been used in its A-, B-, C-, and D-configurations to make 1.49 GHz maps of sources in both the original and revised IRAS Bright Galaxy Samples of strong extragalactic sources selected at {lambda} = 60 microns. Integrated 1.49 GHz flux densities were obtained from the lowest resolution maps, and maps were made with higher resolution so that nearly all of the radio sources have been at least partially resolved. Only NGC 1377 was not detected (S < 1 mJy) at 1.49 GHz. An atlas of contour maps, a table of total flux densities plus other radio source parameters, and references to published radio maps are given. Since the infrared and radio continuum brightness distributions of infrared-selected galaxies are usually similar, these high-resolution radio maps can be used as substitutes for the unavailable infrared maps to indicate the sizes and precise locations of the infrared-emitting regions. Subject headings: galaxies: structure - infrared: sources - radio sources: galaxies
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