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Australia Telescope Compact Array Data Products for Project C1967 (The ATLAS 1.4 GHz survey): derived catalogues DR1
ATLAS is a project to image seven square degrees of sky, in two fields (CDF-S and ELAIS-S1), at radio wavelengths, to an rms of about 15 µJy, making it the widest deep radio survey aver attempted. The fields are chosen to cover the Spitzer Wide-Area IR Extragalactic Survey (SWIRE), and the radio images cut through the dust, to trace the cosmi... morec history of AGN and star-forming galaxies.
Data release 1 contains two catalogues from the deep ATLAS radio observations of the CDFS-SWIRE field:
1) radio components; and
2) radio sources with their identifications and classifications
Astronomical and Space Sciences not elsewhere classified
01 Dec 2006
31 Dec 2006
star formation (Galactic)
active galactic nuclei / quasars
surveys and studies of distant galaxies
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence
California Institute of Technology (United States), CSIRO (Australia), Durham University (United Kingdom), Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna (Italy), Space Telescope Science Institute (United States), Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal), University of California at San Diego (United States), University of Sussex (United Kingdom)
Hopkins, Andrew; Lenc, Emil; Middelberg, Enno; Norris, Ray; Chow, Kate; Mao, Minnie ; Huynh, Minh; Hales, Christopher (2016): Australia Telescope Compact Array Data Products for Project C1967 (The ATLAS 1.4 GHz survey): derived catalogues DR1. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2016.
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Australia Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder
C1967 - The ATLAS 1.4 GHz survey
ATLAS is a project to image seven square degrees of sky, in two fields, at radio wavelengths. It aims to achieve the most sensitive levels of all radio observations worldwide, making it the largest of such sensitive radio surveys ever attempted. The fields are chosen to include areas of sky that have been targetted by many other telescopes worldwid... moree and in space, to take advantage of the extra information provided at many observed wavelengths. The radio images cut through dust within galaxies, allowing us to trace the unbiased cosmic history of star-forming galaxies and those galaxies dominated by supermassive black holes in their centres. less
Australia Telescope Compact Array