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Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser.
Volume 132, Number 3, November_I 1998
Page(s) 305 - 331
DOI: 10.1051/aas:1998297

Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 132, 305-331

Fifteen years monitoring of extragalactic radio sources at 22, 37 and 87 GHz

H. Teräsranta1 - M. Tornikoski1 - A. Mujunen1 - K. Karlamaa1 - T. Valtonen1 - N. Henelius1 - S. Urpo1 - M. Lainela2 - T. Pursimo2 - K. Nilsson2 - S. Wiren2 - A. Lähteenmäki2 - M. Korpi2 - R. Rekola2 - P. Heinämäki2 - M. Hanski2 - P. Nurmi2 - K. Kokkonen2 - P. Keinänen2 - O. Joutsamo2 - J. Oksanen2 - H. Pietilä2 - E. Valtaoja2 - M. Valtonen2 - P. Könönen3

Send offprint request: H. Teräsranta

1 - Metsähovi Radio Research Station, Helsinki University of Technology, FIN-02540 Kylmälä, Finland
2 - Tuorla Observatory, FIN-21500 Piikkiö, Finland
3 - Observatory, PO Box 14, University of Helsinki, FIN-00014 Helsinki, Finland

Received February 20; accepted April 7, 1998


Over 13600 continuum observations of extragalactic sources are presented[*]. These observations of 157 sources at 22, 37 and 87 GHz more than doubles the millimeter observations of these sources. The data are between 1990.5 and 1995.5, and combined with our earlier published data they form a 15 year database.

Key words: galaxies: active -- BL Lacertae objects: general -- quasars: general -- radio continuum: galaxies -- radio continuum: general

SIMBAD Objects
Tables at the CDS

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