1148-671: The provisional optical counterpart proposed by Jauncey for this radio source is incorrect. A comparison of our optical position with the VLBI radio position published by Ma et al. (1997, hereafter Ma) gives (radio-optical): and .Figure 1 shows more or less precisely the position of the radio source. At the limit of our plates (), no optical object is seen in that position. The finding chart and the radio source position identification were obtained using standard IRAF procedures from a digitized image extracted from the Digitized Sky Survey (DSS), produced by the Space Telescope Science Institute. Unfortunately, this scan is based on a shallow 4 min exposure "supplemental" visual plate of the UK Schmidt Survey, which prevented us from examining the radio source position down to , the approximate magnitude limit of the "standard" blue UK Schmidt plates.
1937-101: To the best of our knowledge, no finding chart has been published for this object. Figure 2 shows the optical counterpart we propose, based on the small radio-optical residuals derived (see Table 2). The finding chart and the optical identification were obtained, as explained for Fig. 1, from a DSS scan based on a 55 min exposure UK Schmidt blue plate.
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