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Abstract: Calibrated data for 143 flat-spectrum extragalactic radio sources arepresented at a wavelength of 850 microns covering a five-year period from April2000. The data, obtained at the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope using the SCUBAcamera in pointing mode, were analysed using an automated pipeline processbased on the Observatory Reduction and Acquisition Control - Data ReductionORAC-DR system. This paper describes the techniques used to analyse andcalibrate the data, and presents the database of results along with arepresentative sample of the better-sampled lightcurves. A re-analysis ofpreviously published data from 1997 to 2000 is also presented. The combinedcatalogue, comprising 10493 flux density measurements, provides a unique andvaluable resource for studies of extragalactic radio sources.



Author: T. Jenness, E. I. Robson, J. A. Stevens

Source: https://arxiv.org/







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