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Multiwavelength Supporting Data
coverage of the survey area has been used to determine
far-infrared (FIR) photometric redshifts to δz≤0.5,
calibrated to existing spectroscopic redshifts.
Near- and Mid-Infrared
SHADES benefits from abundant multi-wavelength data
Spitzer Space Telescope
Legacy Survey (Lonsdale et al 2003, Lonsdale et al 2004)
and Spitzer Guaranteed Time Observation data
(Egami et al 2004, Huang et al 2004).
Wide-field radio images were obtained for both the
SHADES fields using the VLA to a depth of
4.2μJy/beam in the Lockman Hole East with a 1.3 arcsecond
synthesised beam and to a depth of 6.3-8.4μJy/beam in the
SXDF with 1.6 arcsecond a synthesised beam.
Radio postage stamps for each of the detected
SHADES sources are available
The SXDF SHADES field is complemented by deep
optical data reaching B=28.1, V=27.8, R=27.6,
i'=27.6, z'=26.6 (3-sigma, 2" aperture AB
magnitudes) and infrared
data from the UKIDSS UDS
in the J and K-bands, both reaching J=K=24 (AB),
3-sigma, 2" diameter apertures.
More information is available via the
Here's a BRz (B=blue, R=green, z=red)
colour jpeg of the SHADES area, produced by Ichi
There is 100 ksec of X-ray data