The GOODS-N Jansky VLA 10 GHz Pilot Survey: Sizes of Star-forming μJY Radio Sources

@article{Murphy2017TheGJ,
  title={The GOODS-N Jansky VLA 10 GHz Pilot Survey: Sizes of Star-forming $\mu$JY Radio Sources},
  author={Eric J. Murphy and Emmanuel Momjian and James J. Condon and Ranga Ram Chary and Mark E. Dickinson and Hanae Inami and Andrew R. Taylor and Benjamin J. Weiner},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={839}
}
Our sensitive ( ), high-resolution (FWHM ), 10 GHz image covering a single Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) primary beam (FWHM ) in the GOODS-N field contains 32 sources with and optical and/or near-infrared (OIR) counterparts. Most are about as large as the star-forming regions that power them. Their median FWHM major axis is , with rms scatter . In units of the effective radius that encloses half their flux, these radio sizes are , with rms scatter . These sizes are smaller than those… 

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