RAMPS H2O maser catalog
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The Radio Ammonia Mid-Plane Survey (RAMPS) has detected 707 H2O masers and characterized their properties. This data set provides the maser properties for this sample.
From left to right, the columns list the maser Galactic longitude, Galactic latitude, brightness temperature, local standard of rest (LSR) velocity, minimum LSR velocity, maximum LSR velocity, velocity spread of the emission, and association. The even table rows list the errors on the derived clump properties where appropriate. In the association column, SFR indicates that the H2O maser is associated with a star-forming region, AGB indicates that the H2O maser is associated with an asymptotic giant branch/evolved star, and U indicates that the H2O maser is associated with an unknown source. Some masers have NaN values for the minimum LSR velocity, maximum LSR velocity, and velocity spread, which indicates that the maser displays emission in only one velocity component. The filler value for the data set is 999 and indicates that there is no statistical error on the association.