Seyfert Fields

A more complete version of this table can be found on the Seyfert statistics page, including information on polarimetry, microvariability, and duty cycles.  Light curves for these objects can be found here.  Currently, only members of the PEGA group are allowed to access these pages.

Finding charts hosted on this website were constructed by myself for ease of use in differential photometry, and are made freely available to the community.  I ask only that they be referenced to should you wish to use them.  All apparent magnitudes listed for comparison stars in the object fields of view were calibrated using the Landolt list of equatorial stars. Images for the finding charts were obtained from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) through the use of their online tools.

Radio-Loud Narrow Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies
Click on names for individual object pages
(last updated 2013-05-31)

Name
ZRadio Loudness Log(R)
Detected in Gamma?
1H 0323+342
0.0632.50Yes
J0706+39010.086
1.21 
J0723+50540.203
1.29 
J0744+51490.4601.62 
J0804+38530.2111.18 
  J0849+5108 0.583 ???Yes
IRAS 09426+1926
0.2841.56 
J0948+0022
0.5842.93Yes
 J0956+25150.712
3.56&
Yes
J1038+4227 0.2201.30 
J1047+4725
0.800
4.09 
J1102+22390.4531.28 Yes
J1140+46220.1151.36 
J1146+32360.4652.19
 
J1227+32140.1372.16 
J1246+0238 0.091
???Yes
J1333+41410.2251.06
 
J1358+2658
0.3301.11 
J1405+26570.713
1.09
 
J1421+28240.538
2.14 
J1435+31320.502
2.98
 
J1443+47250.7033.03 
 PKS 1502+036
0.411
3.53
Yes
RX 16290+40070.2721.61#$
 
J1633+4718
0.1162.19$
 
J1644+26190.1452.73$
 
B3 1702+457
0.061
2.01$
 
J1709+2348
0.254???
 
J1713+3523
0.0831.05
 

Radio-Loud Narrow Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies
(without in-field standards)

 Name RADec
ZLog(R)
Detected in Gamma?
J0100-020001 00 32.22
-02 00 46.00
0.227
1.77
 
 IRAS 01506+2554
01 53 28.30
+26 09 40.00
0.326??? 
TEX 11111+329
???
??????3.10#
 
2E 1346+3236
???
???
?????? 
SBS 1517+520
??????
???1.43#
 
J1612+4219
16 12 59.84
+42 19 40.30
0.230
1.06
 
IRAS 20181-2244
20 21 04.40
-22 35 18.00
0.185
1.57
 1.09(0.29)-
1.79(0.87)



Click here for a list of polarimetry standard stars.
(list developed by Paul Smith, University of Arizona)
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