Data

In this section you can find information about the data sets that have been used by the Astrodeep project, as well as links to all Astrodeep data products.

A major goal of ASTRODEEP is to assemble and make worldwide available high quality data based on the deepest public surveys, motivated by the desire to understand the formation and evolution of galaxies and super-massive black holes from the very earliest times.

All the algorithms developed in Astrodeep will be used to create high quality multi-wavelength catalogs extracted from both space and ground-based datasets. Ancillary information will also be computed, like morphological parameters, photometric redshifts, stellar masses and star formation rates (SFRs) and related quantities for all galaxies in the sample. It is very possible that different recipes will be adopted to obtain catalogues selected in the various bands. The data will be processed field-by-field, as soon as the acquisition of a given data set is finalized. Since we expect to have different revisions of the software for data analysis, we foresee the possibility of compiling different versions of the same data set, as data analysis tools will evolve and improve. We expect to compile the following catalogs:

  1.  Catalogs based on WFC3 images, with measurements at all other available wavelengths.
  2.  Catalogs based on HSO images, with measurements at all other available wavelengths.
  3.  Catalogs based on XMM/Chandra images, with measurements at all other wavelengths.
  4.  Catalogs with useful associated WFC3-Grism spectral measurements.

A preliminary list of the data that we plan to include in our analysis is provided below:

Summary of the surveys that will be taken in consideration to build our database. For each field we provide the limiting depth (at 5σ) from the space and ground-­‐based instruments at various wavelengths: flux densities in μJy and mJy in the mid to far-­‐infrared, AB magnitudes in the UV/optical/near-­‐IR and flux densities in erg cm-­‐2 s-­‐1 in the X-­‐ray domain. The table includes only approved programs.
Summary of the surveys that will be taken in consideration to build our database. For each field we provide the limiting depth (at 5σ) from the space and ground-­‐based instruments at various wavelengths: flux densities in μJy and mJy in the mid to far-­‐infrared, AB magnitudes in the UV/optical/near-­‐IR and flux densities in erg cm-­‐2 s-­‐1 in the X-­‐ray domain. The table includes only approved programs.