6dFGS gJ130356.4-112955 , the SIMBAD biblio

2009MNRAS.399..683J - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 399, 683-698 (2009/October-3)

The 6dF galaxy survey: final redshift release (DR3) and southern large-scale structures.

JONES D.H., READ M.A., SAUNDERS W., COLLESS M., JARRETT T., PARKER Q.A., FAIRALL A.P., MAUCH T., SADLER E.M., WATSON F.G., BURTON D., CAMPBELL L.A., CASS P., CROOM S.M., DAWE J., FIEGERT K., FRANKCOMBE L., HARTLEY M., HUCHRA J., JAMES D., KIRBY E., LAHAV O., LUCEY J., MAMON G.A., MOORE L., PETERSON B.A., PRIOR S., PROUST D., RUSSELL K., SAFOURIS V., WAKAMATSU K.-I., WESTRA E. and WILLIAMS M.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report the final redshift release of the 6dF Galaxy Survey (6dFGS), a combined redshift and peculiar velocity survey over the southern sky (|b| > 10°). Its 136304 spectra have yielded 110256 new extragalactic redshifts and a new catalogue of 125071 galaxies making near-complete samples with (K, H, J, rF, bJ) ≤ (12.65, 12.95, 13.75, 15.60, 16.75). The median redshift of the survey is 0.053. Survey data, including images, spectra, photometry and redshifts, are available through an online data base. We describe changes to the information in the data base since earlier interim data releases. Future releases will include velocity dispersions, distances and peculiar velocities for the brightest early-type galaxies, comprising about 10 per cent of the sample. Here we provide redshift maps of the southern local Universe with z ≤ 0.1, showing nearby large-scale structures in hitherto unseen detail. A number of regions known previously to have a paucity of galaxies are confirmed as significantly underdense regions. The URL of the 6dFGS data base is http://www-wfau.roe.ac.uk/6dFGS.

Abstract Copyright: © 2009 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2009 RAS

Journal keyword(s): surveys - galaxies: distances and redshifts - cosmology: observations - large-scale structure of Universe

VizieR on-line data: <CDS Catalogue: VII/259>

Nomenclature: 6dFGS gJHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS N=124647.

Simbad objects: 124651

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