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80 MHz Survey of Extra-Galactic X-ray Sources
Publications Astronomical Society of Australia
The completion of the Uhuru (Forman et al. 1978) and Ariel V (Cooke et al. 1978) surveys of the sky for X-ray emission has resulted in many proposed identifications with individual galaxies and clusters of galaxies. The X-ray positions are not usually accurate enough to enable a positive identification to be made of the X-ray sources with optical or radio objects, and hence the identification is often based on statistical arguments — viz., the unexpected occurrence of unusual galaxies, radiodoi:10.1017/s1323358000026485 fatcat:73ev3yti7nbspawgxtvl3hev4q