Radio Sources in the Central Section of the RZF Catalog. Search for Objects with Ultra-Steep Spectra View Full Text


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2019-03

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Yu. N. Pariiskii, T. A. Semenova, A. V. Temirova, N. N. Bursov

ABSTRACT

Results of reducing and selecting data from the Ratan Zenith Field (RZF) are presented. A deep survey in the region 0h ≤ R.A. ≤ 24h, 40.5° ≤ DEC ≤ 42.5° carried out on the RATAN-600 radio telescope was used. Within +2′ of the center of the survey region, 448 objects were detected, 69 of them with ultra-steep spectra (USS). The SDSS digital optical survey (DR12), NVSS radio maps, and the FIRST catalogs have been used to cross-identify 208 radio sources from the RZF catalog, obtained as part of the “Genetic Code of the Universe” project. The characteristics of these objects are studied, and the distribution of the SDSS galaxies in a two-color diagram is obtained. Photometric redshifts and radio luminosities at 3940 and 1400 MHz are determined for 27 objects with spectral indices α < −1.1 (S ∝ να) for which magnitudes in various filters are presented in the SDSS. In the sample of USS objects, 12 galaxies have redshifts z < 0.5, are detected at wavelength λ = 7.6 cm, and have relatively high radio luminosities (type FR II or intermediate type FR I–FR II). Only one radio galaxy proved to be a rare nearby galaxy with relatively low radio luminosity L1400 MHz = 1.51 × 1024 W/Hz (type FR I). Two objects are candidate GHz-Peaked Spectrum objects. More... »

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212-223

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