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J/A+A/457/501       XMM-Newton survey of the ELAIS-S1 field  (Puccetti+, 2006)

The XMM-Newton survey of the ELAIS-S1 field. I. Number counts, angular correlation function and X-ray spectral properties. Puccetti S., Fiore F., D'Elia V., Pillitteri I., Feruglio C., Grazian A., Brusa M., Ciliegi P., Comastri A., Gruppioni C., Mignoli M., Vignali C., Zamorani G., La Franca F., Sacchi N., Franceschini A., Berta S., Buttery H., Dias J.E. <Astron. Astrophys., 457, 501-515 (2006)> =2006A&A...457..501P
ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; X-ray sources ; Active gal. nuclei Keywords: X-rays: galaxies - galaxies: active - large-scale structure of Universe Abstract: The formation and evolution of cosmic structures can be probed by studying the evolution of the luminosity function of the Active Galactic Nuclei (AGNs), galaxies and clusters of galaxies and of the clustering of the X-ray active Universe, compared to the IR-UV active Universe. To this purpose, we have surveyed with XMM-Newton the central ∼0.6°2 region of the ELAIS-S1 field down to flux limits of ∼5.5x10-16erg/cm2/s (0.5-2keV, soft band, S), ∼2x10-15erg/cm2/s (2-10keV, hard band, H), and ∼4x10-15erg/cm2/s (5-10keV, ultra hard band, HH). We present here the analysis of the XMM-Newton observations, the number counts in different energy bands and the clustering properties of the X-ray sources. Description: A mosaic of four partially overlapping deep XMM-Newton pointings covers a large (∼0.6°2) and contiguous area of the ELAIS-S1 region. The pointings are named ELAIS-S1-A (RA=8.91912, DE=-43.31344, J2000), ELAIS-S1-B (RA=8.92154, DE=-43.65575, J2000), ELAIS-S1-C (RA=8.42195, DE=-43.30488, J2000) and ELAIS-S1-D (RA=8.42375, DE=-43.65327, J2000). The X-ray observations were performed on May 2003 through July 2003 with the European Photon Imaging Camera and two MOS-CCD cameras. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file elaisxmm.dat 268 479 *ELAIS XMM V1.1 catalog (version of 2007-Apr-30) catalog.dat 286 478 *Multiwavelength data of XMM survey of the Elais-S1 field (version of 2007-Apr-30)
Note on elaisxmm.dat, catalog.dat: Objet No 59 is NOT in the multiwavelength catalog. Objects Nos. 145, 148, 184, 224, 363, 374 and 444 are extended sources.
See also: http://www.mporzio.astro.it/~fiore/ELAIS-S1 : ELAIS-S1 Home page Byte-by-byte Description of file: elaisxmm.dat
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1- 6 A6 --- --- [XMMES1] 8- 10 I3 --- XMMES1 [1/479] Sequential number 12- 21 F10.5 deg RAdeg XMM Right ascension in decimal degrees, J2000 23- 31 F9.5 deg DEdeg XMM Declination in decimal degrees, J2000 33- 39 F7.5 deg ePos rms uncertainty on position 41- 51 F11.5 pix xpos X position 53- 63 F11.5 pix ypos Y position 65- 69 F5.2 arcmin Offaxis Off-axis angle 71- 74 I4 --- SCRarea SCR area binary number 76- 81 F6.2 --- Signif Significance 83- 92 F10.5 ct ctbkg Background count 94-101 F8.5 ct/s CR(full) ?=99 SCR count rate (0.5-10kev, full band) 103-109 F7.5 ct/s e_CR(full) rms uncertainty on CR(full) 111-116 I6 s Exptime Exposure time 118-122 F5.2 arcsec Size Size 124-127 F4.2 --- Extend Extend (likelihood? 129-136 F8.5 ct/s CR(hard) ?=99.0000 count rate in 2-10keV band 138-144 F7.5 ct/s e_CR(hard) ?=0.00000 rms uncertainty on CR(hard) 146-153 F8.5 ct/s CR(soft) ?=99.0000 count rate in 0.5-2keV band 155-161 F7.5 ct/s e_CR(soft) ?=0.00000 rms uncertainty on CR(soft) 163-170 F8.5 ct/s CR(uhard) ?=99.0000 count rate in 5-10keV band 172-178 F7.5 ct/s e_CR(uhard) ?=0.00000 rms uncertainty on CR(ultra-hard) 180-188 E9.4 mW/m2 F(full) 0.5-10keV flux 190-198 E9.4 mW/m2 e_F(full) ?=9.900e+01 rms uncertainty in F(full) 200-208 E9.4 mW/m2 F(hard) 2-10keV flux 210-218 E9.4 mW/m2 e_F(hard) ?=9.900e+01 rms uncertainty in F(hard) 220-228 E9.4 mW/m2 F(soft) 0.5-2keV flux 230-238 E9.4 mW/m2 e_F(soft) ?=9.900e+01 rms uncertainty in F(soft) 240-248 E9.4 mW/m2 F(uhard) ?=0.000e+00 5-10keV (ultra-hard) flux 250-258 E9.4 mW/m2 e_F(uhard) ?=9.900e+01 rms uncertainty in F5-10 260-268 A9 -- Code Internal code
Byte-by-byte Description of file: catalog.dat
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1- 3 I3 --- XMMES1 [1/479] Sequential number 5- 11 F7.5 deg RAdeg XMM Right ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) 13- 21 F9.5 deg DEdeg XMM Declination in decimal degrees (J2000) 23 A1 --- l_F(full) Limit flag on F(full) 24- 31 F8.3 aW/m2 F(full) 0.5-10kev flux [10-15cgs] 33- 37 F5.2 --- S/N(full) ?=- Signal-to noise ratio at 0.5-10keV 38 A1 --- u_S/N(full) [:] : when no S/N(full) 40 A1 --- l_F(hard) Limit flag on F(hard) 41- 47 F7.3 aW/m2 F(hard) 2-10keV flux [10-15cgs] 49- 53 F5.2 --- S/N(hard) ?=- Signal-to noise ratio at 2-10keV (1) 54 A1 --- u_S/N(hard) [:] : when no S/N(hard) 56 A1 --- l_F(soft) Limit flag on F(soft) 57- 63 F7.3 aW/m2 F(soft) 0.5-2keV flux [10-15cgs] 65- 69 F5.2 --- S/N(soft) ?=- Signal-to noise ratio at 0.5-2keV (1) 70 A1 --- u_S/N(soft) [:] : when no S/N0.5-2keV 72- 80 F9.7 deg RAc.deg ?=- Chandra Right ascension (J2000) 82- 93 F12.8 deg DEc.deg ?=- Chandra Declination (J2000) 95-103 F9.7 deg RAo.deg ?=- Optical Right ascension of barycenter in decimal degrees (J2000) VIMOS/ESIS 105-115 F11.7 deg DEo.deg ?=- Optical Declination of barycenter, in decimal degrees (J2000) VIMOS/ESIS 117-121 F5.3 --- Popt Probability optical counterpart (2) 123-126 F4.2 arcsec D(X-O) ?=- X-Optical distance 128-132 F5.2 mag Rmag ?=- Best of MAG_AUTO and MAG_ISOCOR R band 134-137 F4.2 mag e_Rmag ?=- rms error for MAG_BEST 139-143 F5.2 mag Kmag ?=- Isophotal magnitude in K band 145-149 F5.2 mag e_Kmag ?=- rms error for isophotal magnitude 153-155 F3.1 --- Inst Instrument, VIMOS (8.) or WFI(ESIS) (2.2) 157-161 I5 --- IDSP ?=- Running spectrum number 163-169 F7.4 --- z ?=- Source redshift 171-173 F3.1 --- q_z ?=- Quality of redshift (3) 175-176 I2 --- Cl ?=- Classification code (4) 179-186 F8.6 deg RAi.deg ?=- IRAC Right ascension of barycenter (J2000) from bandmerged catalog 188-196 F9.5 deg DEi.deg ?=- IRAC Declination of barycenter (J2000) from bandmerged catalog 198-205 F8.2 uJy F3.6um ?=- IRAC aperture/kron flux at 3.6um 207-211 F5.2 uJy e_F3.6um ?=- aperture flux error at 3.6um 213-220 F8.2 uJy F4.5um ?=- IRAC aperture/kron flux at 45um 222-226 F5.2 uJy e_F4.5um ?=- aperture flux error at 4.5um 228-235 F8.2 uJy F5.8um ?=- MIPS aperture/kron flux at 5.8um 237-241 F5.2 uJy e_F5.8um ?=- aperture flux error at 5.8um 243-250 F8.2 uJy F8.0um ?=- IRAC aperture/kron flux at 8.0um 252-256 F5.2 uJy e_F8.0um ?=- aperture flux error at 8.0um 258-265 F8.2 uJy F24um ?=- MIPS aperture/kron flux at 24um 268-272 F5.2 uJy e_F24um ?=- aperture flux error at 24um 274-278 F5.2 arcsec D(X-I) ?=- Distance X-IRAC 282-286 F5.3 --- Pirac ?=- Probability of IRAC counterpart
Note (1): Sources with 0.5-2keV and 2-10keV upper limits are detected only in the full 0.5-10keV band. Note (2): Probability: P(i)=exp(-(D(X-O)*D(X-O)*N)/106) Note (3): Quality of redshift as follows: 2. = 2 or more EL 1.5 = not specified in the paper 1. = based on 1 EL 0.5 = tentative z Note (4): Classification code as follows: -1 = not specified in the paper 0 = not specified in the paper 1 = AGN1 2 = ELG 3 = GALAXY 4 = STAR 5 = AGN2
History: Copied at http://www.mporzio.astro.it/~fiore/ELAIS-S1
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 03-May-2007
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