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J/ApJS/171/61
 All-Sky Survey of Flat-Spectrum Radio Sources (Healey+, 2007)
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1.J/ApJS/171/61/table6Results of additional observations (113 rows)

 
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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  CRATES (char) The 1.4GHz coordinate name, JHHMMSS+DDMMSS (Note 1)   (meta.id;meta.main)
  SNVSS mJy The 1.4GHz flux density (Note 1)   (phot.flux.density;em.radio.750-1500MHz)
  alpha  Spectral index between WENSS (330MHz) or Texas Survey (365MHz) and 1.4GHz (spect.index)
  RAJ2000 "h:m:s" (n) 8.4GHz Right Ascension (J2000) (pos.eq.ra)
  DEJ2000 "d:m:s" (n) 8.4GHz Declination (J2000) (pos.eq.dec)
  r1 (char) Origin of the low frequency data (Note 3)   (meta.ref;pos.frame)
  S8.4 mJy (n) The 8.4GHz flux density (phot.flux.density;em.radio.6-12GHz)
  RA1 "h:m:s" (n) NVSS Right Ascension (J2000) (Note 1)   (pos.eq.ra)
  DE1 "d:m:s" (n) NVSS Declination (J2000) (Note 1)   (pos.eq.dec)
  S1.4 mJy (n) The 1.4GHz flux density (Note 1)   (phot.flux.density;em.radio.750-1500MHz)
  alpha1  (n) Spectral index between 1.4 and 8.4GHz (spect.index;em.radio.6-12GHz)
  Morph (char) Morphology class (Note G1)   (meta.code.class;src.morph.type)
  _RA deg Right ascension (derived from CRATES) for Eq=J2000 (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
  _DE deg Declination (derived from CRATES) for Eq=J2000 (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)

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