Astronomy and Astrophysics – Astrophysics – Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics
13 pages, 12 figures, accepted to APSS, new version to correct the missing references
A series of new radio-continuum (lambda=20 cm) mosaic images focused on the NGC 300 galactic system were produced using archived observational data from the VLA and/or ATCA. These new images are both very sensitive (rms=60 microJy) and feature high angular resolution (<10"). The most prominent new feature is the galaxy's extended radio-continuum emission, which does not match its optical appearance. Using these newly created images a number of previously unidentified discrete sources have been discovered. Furthermore, we demonstrate that a joint deconvolution approach to imaging this complete data-set is inferior when compared to an immerge approach.
Cahall Benjamin J.
Crawford Evan J.
Filipović Miroslav D.
Galvin Timothy J.
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