Old CGPS Image Gallery



Featured Mosaics: MVW, MW1, Pilot, AB, & NO

[Map showing CGPS Image Gallery fields]
Karma image annotation courtesey software developed by Richard Gooch

Click on this image or any of those below to obtain a larger version.
See Locations page for more information on what part of the sky the Survey covers.



Perseus-Camelopardalis Region 9° x 9° ``MVW'' Super-Mosaics at Galactic Longitude 138° to 147°


74cm Continuum
(274k)

21cm Continuum
(377k)

21cm Polarization
(533k)

60µm Dust Emission
(235k)

HI Line (0 km/s)
(360k)

CO Line
(116k)

HI Line (-14 km/s)
(390k)

CO Line
(133k)

HI Line (-41 km/s)
(399k)

CO Line
(115k)

These images were generated with the Karma software package. The 2.6mm CO maps are truncated due to coverage limitations of CO data; see Locations page for details.


Perseus Region 5° x 5° ``MW1'' Release Mosaics at Galactic Longitude 138° to 143°, Latitude -3.5° to +1.5°

Three-Wavelength Composite Images


Red = 100µm
Green = 60µm
Blue = 21cm Cont
(363k)

Red = 60µm
Green = HI -40 km/s
Blue = CO -40 km/s
(475k)

These images were generated with the IDL and Astronomy User's Library software packages.


CGPS Pilot Project Images at Galactic Longitude 135°

These are available through the Pilot Project page.


Cassiopeia Region 6.8° x 9.7° ``AB'' Preliminary Mosaics at Galactic Longitude 125° to 130°


74cm Continuum, Stokes I
(102k)

21cm Continuum, Stokes I
(217k)

21cm Line, -35.3 km/s
(260k)

21cm Continuum, Stokes Q
(221k)

These images were generated with the Karma, IRAF, and SAOimage software packages.


Cygnus Region 6.9° x 9.3° ``NO'' Preliminary Mosaics at Galactic Longitude 76° to 79°


21cm Continuum, Stokes I
(140k)

21cm Continuum, Stokes Q
(362k)

21cm Line, +20.8 km/s
(437k)

21cm Line, -0.6 km/s
(509k)

These images were generated with the Karma, IRAF, and SAOimage software packages.

Large-scale structure information has not yet been included in these images; this is the reason for the dark areas found adjacent to narrow, bright sources. The Hydrogen maps are also less extensive than the continuum maps, lacking four fields on the east (left) edge -- see overview image at top of page.



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