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J/PASJ/63/S379    MOIRCS Deep Survey deep and wide catalogs    (Kajisawa+, 2011)

MOIRCS Deep Survey. IX. Deep near-infrared imaging data and source catalog. Kajisawa M., Ichikawa T., Tanaka I., Yamada T., Akiyama M., Suzuki R., Tokoku C., Uchimoto Y.K., Konishi M., Yoshikawa T., Nishimura T., Omata K., Ouchi M., Iwata I., Hamana T., Onodera M. <Publ. Astron. Soc. Jap., 63, S379-S401 (2011)> =2011PASJ...63S.379K
ADC_Keywords: Surveys ; Infrared sources ; Galaxies, photometry Keywords: catalogs - galaxies: high-redshift - galaxies: photometry - infrared: galaxies - surveys Abstract: We present deep J-, H-, and Ks-band imaging data of the MOIRCS Deep Survey (MODS), which was carried out with the Multi-Object Infrared Camera and Spectrograph (MOIRCS) mounted on the Subaru Telescope in the GOODS-North region. The data reach 5σ total limiting magnitudes for point sources of J=23.9, H=22.8, and Ks=22.8 (Vega magnitude) over 103 arcmin2 (wide field). In 28 arcmin2 of the survey area, which is an ultra-deep field of the MODS (deep field), the data reach 5σ depths of J=24.8, H=23.4, and Ks=23.8. The spatial resolutions of the combined images are FWHM∼0.6" and ∼0.5" for the wide and deep fields in all bands, respectively. Combining the MODS data with the multi-wavelength public data taken with the HST, Spitzer, and other ground-based telescopes in the GOODS field, we constructed a multi-wavelength photometric catalog of Ks-selected sources. Description: MOIRCS consists of two 2048x2048 HgCdTe HAWAII-2 detectors covering a field of view of 4x7 arcmin2 with a pixel scale of 0.117"/pixel. Our observations were made on 24 nights (including 8 half nights), in 2006 April-May, 2007 March-May, and 2008 March-May. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file modsdeep.dat 577 3785 MODS catalog, mosaic K deep, 18/11/2010 modswide.dat 577 9873 MODS catalog, mosaic K wide, 18/11/2010
See also: J/ApJ/538/29 : HDF-N Caltech faint galaxy redshift survey. X. (Cohen+, 2000) J/AJ/121/2895 : HDF-N Caltech faint galaxy redshift survey. XIII. (Cohen 2001) J/AJ/122/598 : HDF-North serendipitously galaxies (Dawson+, 2001) J/AJ/127/3137 : Hawaii redshifts in the ACS-GOODS region (Cowie+, 2004) J/AJ/127/3121 : TKRS catalog of GOODS-North Field (Wirth+, 2004) J/ApJ/653/1004 : Galaxies at 1.4≲z≲3.0 in GOODS-North Field (Reddy+, 2006) J/ApJ/689/687 : GOODS-N spectroscopic survey (Barger+, 2008) J/PASJ/63/S363 : MOIRCS Deep Survey. VII. NIR morphologies (Konishi+, 2011) Byte-by-byte Description of file (# headlines): mods*.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 5 I5 --- Seq [1/11660] Sequential number within the catalog 9- 16 F8.3 pix Xpos X pixel coordinates in mosaiced Ks-band image 18- 25 F8.3 pix Ypos Y pixel coordinates in mosaiced Ks-band image 29- 39 F11.7 deg RAdeg Right ascension in decimal degrees (J2000) 41- 50 F10.7 deg DEdeg Declination in decimal degrees (J2000) 54- 60 F7.4 mag KsK Ks-band Kron magnitude (MAG_AUTO from SExtractor) (AB magnitude) 62- 68 F7.4 mag KsK.c Ks-band Kron magnitude corrected for fluxes missed from the Kron aperture (1) 70- 78 E9.4 --- S/N Signal to noise ratio for the Ks-band Kron magnitude 81- 88 F8.5 pix Rad Aperture of radius used for the Ks-band Kron magnitude (2.5x Kron radius). The circularized value is listed 90- 96 F7.4 pix rh Ks-band circularized half light radius 98- 99 I2 --- Flag Extraction flags from SExtractor 104-110 F7.4 mag Umag Aperture U magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 112-118 F7.4 mag Bmag Aperture B magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 120-126 F7.4 mag Vmag Aperture V magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 128-134 F7.4 mag imag Aperture i magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 136-142 F7.4 mag zmag Aperture z magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 144-150 F7.4 mag Jmag Aperture J magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 152-158 F7.4 mag Hmag Aperture H magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 160-166 F7.4 mag Ksmag Aperture Ks magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 168-174 F7.4 mag [3.6] Aperture 3.6um magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 176-182 F7.4 mag [4.5] Aperture 4.5um magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 184-190 F7.4 mag [5.8] Aperture 5.8um magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 192-198 F7.4 mag [8.0] Aperture 8.0um magnitude (AB magnitude) (2) 201 A1 --- l_Umag [-] - indicates Umag is 2σ upper limit 202-208 F7.4 mag e_Umag rms uncertainty on Umag 210 A1 --- l_Bmag [-] - indicates Bmag is 2σ upper limit 211-216 F6.4 mag e_Bmag rms uncertainty on Bmag 218 A1 --- l_Vmag [-] - indicates Vmag is 2σ upper limit 219-224 F6.4 mag e_Vmag rms uncertainty on Vmag 225 A1 --- l_imag [-] - indicates imag is 2σ upper limit 226-232 F7.4 mag e_imag rms uncertainty on imag 233 A1 --- l_zmag [-] - indicates zmag is 2σ upper limit 234-240 F7.4 mag e_zmag rms uncertainty on zmag 242 A1 --- l_Jmag [-] - indicates Jmag is 2σ upper limit 243-248 F6.4 mag e_Jmag rms uncertainty on Jmag 250 A1 --- l_Hmag [-] - indicates Hmag is 2σ upper limit 251-256 F6.4 mag e_Hmag rms uncertainty on Hmag 258 A1 --- l_Ksmag [-] - indicates Ksmag is 2σ upper limit 259-264 F6.4 mag e_Ksmag rms uncertainty on Ksmag 266 A1 --- l_[3.6] [-] - indicates [3.6] is 2σ upper limit 267-272 F6.4 mag e_[3.6] rms uncertainty on [3.6] 274 A1 --- l_[4.5] [-] - indicates [4.5] is 2σ upper limit 275-280 F6.4 mag e_[4.5] rms uncertainty on [4.5] 282 A1 --- l_[5.8] [-] - indicates [5.8] is 2σ upper limit 283-288 F6.4 mag e_[5.8] rms uncertainty on [5.8] 290 A1 --- l_[8.0] [-] - indicates [8.0] is 2σ upper limit 291-296 F6.4 mag e_[8.0] rms uncertainty on [8.0] 300-310 E11.4 uJy F24 ?=-9.90e+01 MIPS 24um flux 311-319 E9.3 uJy e_F24 ?=-9.90e+01 rms uncertainty on F24 323-331 E9.3 mW/m2 FX ?=-9.90e+01 Chandra X-ray fluxes in full band 333-341 E9.3 mW/m2 FXSB ?=-9.90e+01 Chandra X-ray fluxes in soft band 343-351 E9.3 mW/m2 FXHB ?=-9.90e+01 Chandra X-ray fluxes in hard band 356-361 F6.4 --- zsp ?=- Spectroscopic redshift 364-365 I2 --- r_zsp [0/10]?=- Reference for zsp (3) 367-374 A8 --- n_zsp ID in the spectroscopic catalog 378-382 F5.3 --- zphBC Photometric redshift with the population synthesis models of GALAXEV 384-388 F5.3 --- zphMR Photometric redshift with the population synthesis models of Maraston 390-394 F5.3 --- zphPG Photometric redshift with the population synthesis models of PEGASE2 396-400 F5.3 --- zphEZ Photometric redshift outputted by EAZY 405-413 E9.4 --- WU weight value (inverse variance per pixel) at object position in U band 415-423 E9.4 --- WB weight value (inverse variance per pixel) at object position in B band 425-433 E9.4 --- WV weight value (inverse variance per pixel) at object position in V band 435-443 E9.4 --- Wi weight value (inverse variance per pixel) at object position in i band 445-453 E9.4 --- Wz weight value (inverse variance per pixel) at object position in z band 456-464 E9.4 s ExpJ Exposure time at object position in J band 466-474 E9.4 s ExpH Exposure time at object position in H band 476-484 E9.4 s ExpKs Exposure time at object position in Ks band 487-495 E9.4 s Exp[3.6] Exposure time at object position in 3.6 band 497-505 E9.4 s Exp[4.5] Exposure time at object position in 4.5 band 507-515 E9.4 s Exp[5.8] Exposure time at object position in 5.8 band 517-525 E9.4 s Exp[8.0] Exposure time at object position in 8.0 band 529-537 E9.4 s Exp[24] Exposure time at object position in 24um band 541-549 E9.4 s ExpX Effective exposure time at object position in Chandra full band 551-559 E9.4 s ExpXSB Effective exposure time at object position in Chandra full band 561-569 E9.4 s ExpXHB Effective exposure time at object position in Chandra hard band 574-577 I4 --- IDw/d ID of the corresponding object in the other (deep or wide) catalog
Note (1): Assuming the surface brightness profile of point sources, see subsection 5.1 and appendix 1 for details. Note (2): The aperture with 1.2" (1.0") diameter is basically used for the wide (deep) catalog. Note (3): References for zsp as follows: 1 = Yoshikawa et al. (2010ApJ...718..112Y) 2 = Barger et al. (2008, Cat. J/ApJ/689/687) 3 = Reddy et al. (2006, Cat. J/ApJ/653/1004) 5 = Treu et al. (2005ApJ...622L...5T) 6 = Wirth et al. (2004, Cat. J/AJ/127/3121) 7 = Cowie et al. (2004, Cat. J/AJ/127/3137) 8 = Cohen (2001, Cat. J/AJ/121/2895) 9 = Cohen et al. (2000, Cat. J/ApJ/538/29) 10 = Dawson et al. (2001, Cat. J/AJ/122/598)
History: Copied at http://www.astr.tohoku.ac.jp/MODS/wiki/index.php?Data%20Products References: Kajisawa et al. Paper I 2006PASJ...58..951K Ichikawa et al. Paper II 2007PASJ...59.1081I Yamada et al. Paper III 2009ApJ...699.1354Y Kajisawa et al. Paper IV 2009ApJ...702.1393K Ichikawa et al. Paper V 2010ApJ...709..741I Yoshikawa et al. Paper VI 2010ApJ...718..112Y Kajisawa et al. Paper VII 2011PASJ...63S.363K, Cat. J/PASJ/63/S363 Kajisawa et al. Paper VIII 2010ApJ...723..129K Kajisawa et al. Paper X 2011PASJ...63S.403K
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 06-Aug-2011
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