Table 1: Individual galactic and extragalactic regions with reported detections of AME. The frequency and the resolution refer to the observations discovering the AME even when the same regions have been observed by other experiments at different frequency and angular resolution. Planck detections relate to the early release. Several other regions have already been announced in the intermediate release.

Region RA (J2000) DEC (J2000) Frequency (GHz) Resolution Experiment Reference

NCP loop +88° 14.5, 32 7′.35 OVRO Leitch et al. [38]
LDN1622 05 h 54 m 23 s +01°46′54′′ 5, 8–10 6′ GBT Finkbeiner et al. [34]
Perseus 03 h 41 m 36 s +31°48′ 11–17 0°8 1°1 COSMOSOMAS Watson et al. [6]
3C396 19 h 04 m 04 s +05°27′12′′ 33 9′.1 7′.7 VSA Scaife et al. [39]
RCW49 10 h 24 m 20 s −57°44′57′′ 31 6′ CBI Dickinson et al. [10]
LDN1688 16 h 25 m 57 s −24°20′50′′ 31 6′ CBI Casassus et al. [11]
RCW175 18 h 46 m 40 s −03°46′00′′ 31 4′ CBI Dickinson et al. [7]
LDN1111 21 h 40 m 30 s +57°48′00′′ 14–18 2′.4 2′.1 AMI Ami Consortium [40]
LDN675 19 h 23 m 53 s +11°07′39′′ 14–18 2′.4 2′.1 AMI Scaife et al. [41]
LDN1621 05 h 55 m 22 s +02°11′33′′ 31 6′.1 4′.8 CBI Dickinson et al. [42]
LMC/SMC 00 h 52 m/05 h 23 m −72°48′/−69°45′ 23–94 WMAP Bot et al. [26]
NGC 6946 20 h 34 m 52 s +60°09′14′′ 26–40 25′′ GBT Murphy et al. [25]
rho Oph 16 h 37 m 9 s −10°34′01′′ 31 8′ CBI Vidal et al. [22]
LDN1780 15 h 40 m 30 s −07°14′18′′ 31 8′ CBI Vidal et al. [22]
Pleiades 03 h 47 m +24°07′ 11–17, 23–94 COSMOS./WMAP Génova-Santos et al. [43]
AME-G173.6 + 2.8 05 h 41 m +35°51′ 28–857 30′ Planck Planck Collaboration [27]
AME-G107.1 + 5.2 22 h 22 m +63°23′ 28–857 30′ Planck Planck Collaboration [27]