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1996AJ....111.1945D THE TEXAS SURVEY OF RADIO SOURCES COVERING -35.5^deg^ < {delta} < 71.5^deg^ at 365 MHz JAMES N. DOUGLAS, FRANK N. BASH, AND F. ARAKEL BOZYAN Department of Astronomy, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712 GEOFFREY W. TORRENCE Electrical Engineering Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712 CHIP WOLFE Sterling Information Group Inc., P.O. Box 161148, Austin, Texas 78716 Received 1995 November 9; revised 1996 February 14 ABSTRACT We present the Texas Survey of discrete radio sources between -35.5^deg^ and 71.5^deg^ declination (B 1950), which was carried out at 365 MHz with the Texas Interferometer during 1974-1983. The Survey lists accurate positions with internal errors of about an arcsecond, flux densities which for strong point sources have internal errors of about 1% and total errors of about 5%, simple structure models and indications of spectrum and variability for 66841 sources. Results of comparisons with other data are presented, and show that the Survey is 90% complete at 0.4 Jy and 80% complete at 0.25 Jy, is nearly free from spurious sources, and has a lobeshift incidence which is reasonably described by quality flags associated with each source.
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