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The James Clerk Maxwell Telescope Plane Survey (JPS) maps |b| ≤ 1.0° and 7° ≲ l ≲ 63° in 850 μm continuum emission with SCUBA-2. Its typical resolution is between 8 and 15 arcsec. As of September 2015, the observations are about 40% complete. The link to the homepage of the JPS survey can be found here.
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Sep 5, 2016
Toby Moore, 2016, "JPS Extended Observations: Continuum (2D)", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/UFLEHY, Harvard Dataverse, V1
This dataset consists of extended 850 micron continuum observations taken by the SCUBA-2 instrument on the James Clerk Maxwell telescope. Future planned JCMT observations will also include 450um data. As of summer 2016, none of the Galactic plane data has been made public yet, bu...
Sep 5, 2016
Toby Moore, 2016, "JPS Catalogs: Source-Based Lists", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/EOMQGM, Harvard Dataverse, V1
This dataset consists of a compact source catalog derived from the SCUBA-2 850 micron continuum observations. Using the FellWalker extraction method, 1000+ sources were detected above a 5σ surface-brightness threshold. The flux densities derived are consistent with overlapping AT...
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