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J/AJ/137/179    AGNs in the Extended Groth Strip Survey   (Ramos Almeida+, 2009)

Characterization of active galactic nuclei and their hosts in the Extended Groth Strip: a multiwavelength analysis. Ramos Almeida C., Rodriguez Espinosa J.M., Barro G., Gallego J., Perez-Gonzalez P.G. <Astron. J., 137, 179-196 (2009)> =2009AJ....137..179R
ADC_Keywords: Active gal. nuclei ; Galaxies, IR ; Ultraviolet ; X-ray sources Keywords: galaxies: active - galaxies: nuclei - galaxies: starburst - infrared: galaxies - ultraviolet: galaxies - X-rays: galaxies Abstract: We have employed a reliable technique of classification of active galactic nuclei (AGNs) based on the fit of well sampled spectral energy distributions (SEDs) with a complete set of AGN and starburst galaxy templates. We have compiled UV, optical, and IR data for a sample of 116 AGNs originally selected for their X-ray and mid-IR emissions (96 with single detections and 20 with double optical counterparts). This is the most complete compilation of multiwavelength data for such a large sample of AGN in the Extended Groth Strip. Through these SEDs, we are able to obtain highly reliable photometric redshifts and to distinguish between pure and host-dominated AGNs. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 82 96 *Photometric redshifts and additional information derived from the SED fits of the 96 objects with single detections table4.dat 99 20 Morphological classification of the 20 objects with double detections. Description of the IR contribution of each member in a pair is reported table5.dat 82 23 *Photometric redshifts and additional information derived from the SED fits of the 20 objects with double detections
Note on table1.dat, table5.dat: Spectroscopic redshifts are reported when available.
See also: J/ApJ/642/126 : Mid-IR observations in the extended Groth strip (Barmby+ 2006) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table[15].dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- [RRB2009] ID (from Barmby et al., 2006, J/ApJ/642/126) ("recno" in VizieR) 5- 10 I6 --- IRAC IRAC ID 11 A1 --- --- [_] 12 I1 --- m_IRAC ? Multiplicity index on IRAC 14- 21 F8.4 deg RAdeg Right Ascension in decimal degrees (1) 23- 29 F7.4 deg DEdeg Declination in decimal degrees (1) 31- 35 F5.3 --- zsp ?=- Spectroscopic redshift from the DEEP public database (2) 37 A1 --- --- [(] 38 A1 --- q_zsp [1-4] zsp reliability: 1-2=low, 3-4=high 39 A1 --- --- [)] 41- 44 F4.2 --- zph Photometric redshift 46- 49 F4.2 --- chi2 χ2 value 51- 53 I3 % prFit Probability of the HyperZ fit 55- 58 F4.2 --- AV Optical extinction from Calzetti et al. reddening law (2000ApJ...533..682C) 60- 64 F5.2 [10-7W] nuLnu Logarithm of νLν in the r band (in ergs/s) 66- 67 I2 --- Temp Fitted template (5) 69- 82 A14 --- Group Main group classification (6)
Note (1): IRAC 3.6µm J2000.0 right ascension and declination. Note (2): See http://deep.ucolick.org/archive.html Note (5): Template, defined as follows: 1, 2 = Starburst/ULIRG, 3, 5 = Starburst, 4 = Sy1/Starburst/ULIRG, 6 = Sy2/Starburst, 13 = Sy2/Starburst/ULIRG, 7, 12, 14 = Type-1 QSO, 8 = Type-2 QSO, 9 = Sy1.8, 10 = Sy2, 11 = Torus-QSO, 15 = Ellipticals of 2Gyr, 16 = Ellipticals of 5Gyr, 17 = Ellipticals of 13Gyr, 18 = Spirals of type S0 19 = Spirals of type Sa 20 = Spirals of type Sb 21 = Spirals of type Sc 22 = Spirals of type Sd 23 = Spirals of type Sdm. Note (6): Main group class as follows: SB-dom. AGN = Starburst-dominated AGNs (24%) SB-cont. AGN = Starburst-contaminated AGNs (7%) Type-1 AGN = (21%) Type-2 AGN = (24%) NG hosting AGN = Normal Galaxy hosting AGN (24%)
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table4.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- [RRB2009] ID (from Barmby et al., 2006, J/ApJ/642/126) ("recno" in VizieR) 5- 10 I6 --- IRAC IRAC number 12- 19 A8 --- s1 Source 1 IR emission (1) 21- 30 A10 --- s2 Source 2 IR emission (1) 32- 99 A68 --- Com Comments (2)
Note (1): Mid-infrared emission of sources 1 and 2 in each pair of galaxies. Note (2): Comments based on visual inspection of the objects. Classification of objects as "probably not AGN" is based on their mid-infrared emission.
History: From electronic version of the journal
(End) Marianne Brouty [CDS] 22-Jun-2011
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