We’ve used data from April and September 2009 to make an image of the sky that covers 30000 square degrees. This is more than half of the entire sky! The results, including a list of the fluxes of known sources, are published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters.

The data are also available here:

We found that the fluxes agreed with previous measurements at about the 50% level which is about the accuracy you see when you compare between other catalogs at these wavelengths.

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