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Complete Samples of Flat Spectrum Radio Sources from the Parkes 2.7 GHz Survey

  • David L. Jauncey (a1), G. L. White (a1), B. R. Harvey (a1), M. J. Batty (a1), A. E. Wright (a1), Ann Savage (a2), B. A. Peterson (a3), W. L. Peters (a3), J. E. Reynolds (a3), S. Gulkis (a4), R. A. Preston (a4), D. D. Morabito (a4), A. K. Tzioumis (a5), J. J. Condon (a6), D. F. Malin (a7), G. D. Nicolson (a8) and A. Nothnagel (a8)...

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We are investigating complete samples of southern hemisphere flat spectrum extra-galactic radio sources drawn from the Parkes 2.7 GHz Survey (see Bolton et al. 1979 and references therein). These samples are being used for a variety of investigations, including a determination of the space distribution and luminosity function of radio QSOs, their radio size distribution, as well as the structures of the individual sources. Accurate positions are being determined, as well, in order to establish an extra-galactic position reference frame in the southern hemisphere.

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Bolton, J.G., Wright, A.E., & Savage, A (1979) Aust. J. Phys. Astrophys. Suppl., 46, 1.
Hog, E., & van der Heide, J. (1976) Abh Hamburger Sternw. Vol. IX.
Jauncey, D.L., Batty, M.J., Wright, A.E., Peterson, B.A. & Savage, A. (1984). Astrophys. J. 286, 498.
Norris, R.P., Batty, M.J., Kesterven, M.J. & Wellington, K. J. (1985) Proc. Astr. Soc. Australia, 6, 137.

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Complete Samples of Flat Spectrum Radio Sources from the Parkes 2.7 GHz Survey

  • David L. Jauncey (a1), G. L. White (a1), B. R. Harvey (a1), M. J. Batty (a1), A. E. Wright (a1), Ann Savage (a2), B. A. Peterson (a3), W. L. Peters (a3), J. E. Reynolds (a3), S. Gulkis (a4), R. A. Preston (a4), D. D. Morabito (a4), A. K. Tzioumis (a5), J. J. Condon (a6), D. F. Malin (a7), G. D. Nicolson (a8) and A. Nothnagel (a8)...

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