91 known pulsars fell within the first chunk of the Multi-Array Galactic Plane Imaging Survery (MAGPIS) by David J. Helfand, Robert H. Becker, and Richard L. White. In Fall 2005, I compiled multiwavelength images and data for each pulsar in the survey bounds. In August 2007, I updated most of the information to include newly available data; the survey now ranges from 5° to 48.5° in galactic longitude and contains 153 pulars (see the Expanded table). The 20 cm images are from the MAGPIS survey using the VLA in the B, C, and D configurations. The 90 cm images are the result of a combination of observations by Helfand et al. and archival data taken by Brogan et al., using the VLA in the B and C configurations. The 20 micron images are from the IPAC database of observations by the Midcourse Space Experiment (MSX) (Price et al. 2001). The 8-3 micron images were taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope for the Galactic Legacy Infrared Mid-Plane Survey Extraordinaire. All of the original images can be accessed at the MAGPIS website. The complete data for each pulsar, only some of which are excerpted here, are available from the ATNF Pulsar Catalog.
Pulsars are organized into the following overlapping subsets:
Expanded - cutouts and pulsar data updated for latest survey boundaries (August 2007)
Complete - all pulsars (as of August 2006)
Detected Pulsars - pulsars detected as continuum point sources by MAGPIS
Diffuse Source Fields - pulsars within 10' of diffuse sources
Supernova Remnant Fields - pulsars within 10' of either established SNRs or MAGPIS-catalogued high-probability SNR candidates
Curiosities - pulsars with new possible associated objects or otherwise interesting sources in the field