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The Coordinated Radio and Infrared Survey for High-Mass Star Formation (CORNISH) is an arcsecond-resolution radio continuum survey covering 10°< l < 65° and |b| < 1° at 5 GHz. With an overlapping footprint, it is intended to be the radio counterpart to mid-IR GLIMPSE/MIPSGAL surveys and the near-IR UKIDSS survey of the Galactic plane. One of its main science goals include better characterization of ultra-compact HII regions, massive young stellar objects, and evolved OB stars in the plane of the galaxy. The link to the homepage of the CORNISH survey can be found here.
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Sep 5, 2016
Melvin Hoare, 2016, "CORNISH Extended Observations: Continuum (2D)",, Harvard Dataverse, V1
This dataset includes extended radio continuum observations at 5 GHz towards the first Galactic quadrant of the Milky Way. The region is broken up into 20x20 arcminute tiles, all of which are available for download at here. Alternatively, one can use the image cutout service foun...
Sep 5, 2016
Cormac Purcell, 2016, "CORNISH Catalogs: Source-Based Lists",, Harvard Dataverse, V1
This dataset consists of 3000+ radio emission sources detected in the CORNISH images. The CORNISH team applied an automated source finding procedure to identify a new, uniform catalog of compact radio emission (from HII regions, planetary nebulae, and radio galaxies) with a peak...
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