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The Westerbork Northern Sky Survey (WENSS) is a low-frequency radio survey that will cover the whole sky north of δ = 30 • at a wavelength of 92 cm to a limiting flux density of approximately 18 mJy (5σ rms ). This survey has a resolution of 54 ×54 cosec δ and a positional accuracy for strong sources of 1.5 . Here we present a source list comprising 11 299 sources and maps of 120 extended sources for a 570 square degree region around the north ecliptic pole, the so-called mini-survey. Wedoi:10.1051/aas:1997358 fatcat:scnh2czq3zesfc4jxpwyei2gpy