5 GHz polarization observations of 33 galactic radio sources

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Astronomical Maps, Galactic Radiation, Polarization Characteristics, Radio Sources (Astronomy), Supernova Remnants, Astronomical Catalogs, Background Radiation, Radio Emission, Vectors (Mathematics)

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The 5-GHz linearly polarized radio emission from 33 objects, mostly supernova remnants (SNRs), was observed. Results of the survey are presented in the form of maps of the total-power intensities on which have been superimposed polarization vectors. The integrated flux density of each source derived from the total-power contours is tabulated. The average percentage polarization for each source is also given, derived by integrating the magnitude of the polarized flux density over the same area as that covered by the total-power contours and then dividing by the integrated flux density.

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