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2008A&A...478...83V - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 478, 83-92 (2008/1-4)

The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey. VLT/FORS2 spectroscopy in the GOODS-South field: Part III.

VANZELLA E., CRISTIANI S., DICKINSON M., GIAVALISCO M., KUNTSCHNER H., HAASE J., NONINO M., ROSATI P., CESARSKY C., FERGUSON H.C., FOSBURY R.A.E., GRAZIAN A., MOUSTAKAS L.A., RETTURA A., POPESSO P., RENZINI A., STERN D. (The GOODS Team)

Abstract (from CDS):

We present the full data set of the spectroscopic campaign of the ESO/GOODS program in the GOODS-South field, obtained with the FORS2 spectrograph at the ESO/VLT. Objects were selected as candidates for VLT/FORS2 observations primarily based on the expectation that the detection and measurement of their spectral features would benefit from the high throughput and spectral resolution of FORS2. The reliability of the redshift estimates is assessed using the redshift-magnitude and color-redshift diagrams, and comparing the results with public data. Including the third part of the spectroscopic campaign (12 masks) to the previous work (26 masks, Vanzella et al., 2005A&A...434...53V, 2006A&A...454..423V), 1715 spectra of 1225 individual targets have been analyzed. The actual spectroscopic catalog provides 887 redshift determinations. The typical redshift uncertainty is estimated to be σz≃0.001. Galaxies have been selected adopting different color criteria and using photometric redshifts. The resulting redshift distribution typically spans two domains: from z=0.5 to 2 and z=3.5 to 6.3. The reduced spectra and the derived redshifts are released to the community through the ESO web page http://www.eso.org/science/goods/ .

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Journal keyword(s): cosmology: observations - cosmology: large scale - structure of the universe - galaxies: evolution

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/478/83): table1.dat table1.fit>

Simbad objects: 885

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