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Mapping The Radio Sky: Compact Radio Quasars From The Parkes 2.7 GHz Survey

  • David L. Jauncey (a1), Graeme L. White (a1), Bruce R. Harvey (a1), Michael J. Batty (a1), Alan 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), A. Nothnagel (a8), A.N. Argue (a9) and A. Stolz (a10)...

Abstract

We are investigating a complete sample of flat-spectrum extragalactic radio quasars drawn from the Parkes 2.7 GHz survey. The sample is being used to map the space distribution of radio quasars and to determine their luminosity function. Accurate positions are being measured for a selection of the brighter quasars in order to establish an extragalactic position reference frame in the Southern Hemisphere.

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