The GLEAM 4-Jy (G4Jy) Sample: II. Host-galaxy identification for individual sources

27 Apr 2020Sarah V. WhiteThomas M. O. FranzenChris J. RiseleyO. Ivy WongAnna D. KapińskaNatasha Hurley-WalkerJoseph R. CallinghamKshitij ThoratChen WuPaul HancockRichard W. HunsteadNick SeymourJesse SwanRandall WaythJohn MorganRajan ChhetriCarole JacksonStuart WestonMartin BellB. M. GaenslerMelanie Johnston-HollittAndré OffringaLister Staveley-Smith

The entire southern sky (Declination, $\delta <$ 30 deg) has been observed using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA), which provides radio imaging of $\sim$2-arcmin resolution at low frequencies (72-231 MHz). This is the GaLactic and Extragalactic All-sky MWA (GLEAM) Survey, and we have previously used a combination of visual inspection, cross-checks against the literature, and internal matching to identify the 'brightest' radio-sources ($S_{\mathrm{151MHz}} >$ 4 Jy) in the extragalactic catalogue (Galactic latitude, $|b| >$ 10 deg)... (read more)

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