author={James J. Condon and William D. Cotton and Edward B. Fomalont and Kenneth I. Kellermann and Neil A. Miller and Richard A. Perley and Douglas Scott and T. Vernstrom and Jasper V. Wall},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
We used the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array to image one primary beam area at 3 GHz with 8″ FWHM resolution and 1.0 μJy beam−1 rms noise near the pointing center. The P(D) distribution from the central 10 arcmin of this confusion-limited image constrains the count of discrete sources in the 1 < S(μJy) < 10 range. At this level, the brightness-weighted differential count S2n(S) is converging rapidly, as predicted by evolutionary models in which the faintest radio sources are star-forming… 

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Radio-quiet quasars in the VIDEO survey: evidence for AGN-powered radio emission at S1.4 GHz < 1 mJy

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A Population of Compact Radio Variables and Transients in the Radio-bright Zone at the Galactic Center Observed with the Jansky Very Large Array

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A global understanding of active galactic nuclei (AGN) and their host galaxies hinges on completing a census of AGN activity without selection biases down to the low-luminosity regime. Toward that

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One of the key science goals for the most sensitive telescopes, both current and upcoming, is the detection of the redshifted 21-cm signal from the Cosmic Dawn and Epoch of Reionization. The success




We present results from deep radio observations taken with the Very Large Array at a center frequency of 1400 MHz covering a region of the Spitzer Wide-area InfraRed Extragalactic Survey of the

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We have identified 7824 radio sources from the 1.4 GHz NRAO VLA Sky Survey (NVSS) with galaxies brighter than K = 12.75 mag in the Second Incremental Data Release of the 6 degree Field Galaxy Survey

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Galaxies from the entire Uppsala Galaxy Catalog (UGC) have been identified with 4583 radio sources stronger than 2.5 mJy at 1.4 GHz from the NRAO VLA Sky Survey (NVSS). The complete sample of 3398

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We review the statistical properties of the main populations of radio sources, as emerging from radio and millimeter sky surveys. Recent determinations of local luminosity functions are presented and

Sources of the Radio Background Considered

We investigate different scenarios for the origin of the extragalactic radio background. The surface brightness of the background, as reported by the Absolute Radiometer for Cosmology, Astrophysics,

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The cosmic infrared background (CIB) includes roughly half of the energy radiated by all galaxies at all wavelengths across cosmic time, as observed at the present epoch. The PACS Evolutionary Probe


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