Swift-XRT Survey of Fermi Unassociated Sources


These results are part of the Swift program to follow-up Fermi unassociated sources in an attempt to find X-ray counterparts to the unidentified gamma-ray sources. As new observations are performed, these pages will be updated in nearly real time. Please use these results as a guide and proceed with caution when using them in a publication since they are the result of an automated analysis.

When using these data and results in publications, please reference M.C. Stroh & A.D. Falcone 2013, ApJS, 207, 28; arXiv: 1305.4949 for a description of many of the analysis techniques used to reduce these data (note: a more detailed paper describing the complete data set and analysis is forthcoming). Please contact Abe Falcone and Michael Stroh at unassociated@swift.psu.edu if you have any questions about the program or the analysis, or to simply to let us know that you've made use of these data.


Caution: For completeness, sources are listed if the "detection" exceeds 3 sigma. The significances and images are shown so you can make more stringent significance cuts, if desired.

3FGL J1630.3-4346

Field

Detected Excesses

Swift-XRT image of the field for 3FGL J1630.3-4346 Swift-XRT detections in the field for 3FGL J1630.3-4346


No detected excesses found.

X-Ray and Gamma Ray Catalogs

More Catalogs

Swift-XRT image with known X-ray and gamma ray sources for 3FGL J1630.3-4346 Swift-XRT image with known radio, optical and UV sources for 3FGL J1630.3-4346

Known X-Ray and Gamma Ray Sources

# Source Name R.A. (J2000) Dec. (J2000) Offset (') Observatory/Database Table
1 2RXS J163022.9-434802 16 30 22.97 -43 48 02.16 2.00 ROSAT
1RXS J163023.2-434804 16 30 23.21 -43 48 03.96 2.04 ROSAT
2 2RXS J163028.7-433721 16 30 28.73 -43 37 22.08 8.74 ROSAT

Known Radio, Optical and UV Sources

# Source Name R.A. (J2000) Dec. (J2000) Offset (') Database Table
1 MGPS J163122-434215 16 31 22.20 -43 42 15.84 11.43 MGPS2
2 MGPS J162917-435505 16 29 17.21 -43 55 05.16 14.85 MGPS2

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