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1996ApJS..103...81C A 1.425 GHz ATLAS OF THE IRAS BRIGHT GALAXY SAMPLE, PART II J. J. CONDON National Radio Astronomy Observatory, 520 Edgemont Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903;jcondon@nrao.edu G. HELOU Infrared Processing and Analysis Center, 100-22, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125; helou@ipac.caltech.edu D. B. SANDERS University of Hawaii, Institute for Astronomy, 2680 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, HI 96822; sanders@galileo.ifa.hawaii.edu AND B. T. SOIFER Department of Physics, 320-47, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125; bts@mop.caltech.edu Received 1995 July 27; accepted 1995 September 18 ABSTRACT Galaxies with {delta} >= -45^deg^ and |b| >= 10^deg^ in the IRAS Bright Galaxy Sample, Part II, were observed at 1.425 GHz by the Very Large Array in its B, CnB, C, DnC, and D configurations. An atlas of radio contour maps and a table listing the principal radio source parameters (position, flux density, angular size) are given. This atlas of 187 galaxies supplements the 1.49 GHz atlas of 313 galaxies in the revised Bright Galaxy Sample, Part I. Together, they are complete for extragalactic sources stronger than S = 5.24Jy at {lambda} = 60 microns in the area |b| > 10^deg^, {delta} > -45^deg^. To the extent that the far-infrared and radio brightness distributions overlap, these radio maps provide the most accurate positions and high-resolution images of the brightest extragalactic far-infrared sources. Subject headings: astrometry - galaxies: structure - radio continuum: galaxies
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