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2000A&A...360...92B - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 360, 92-98 (2000/8-1)

Three high-redshift millimeter sources and their radio and near-infrared identifications.

BERTOLDI F., CARILLI C.L., MENTEN K.M., OWEN F., DEY A., GUETH F., GRAHAM J.R., KREYSA E., LEDLOW M., LIU M.C., MOTTE F., REICHERTZ L., SCHILKE P. and ZYLKA R.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present millimeter wavelength detections of three faint sources that are most likely high-redshift starburst galaxies. For one of the sources, which was previously discovered with SCUBA at 850µm, we present a detection with the IRAM interferometer at 240GHz (1.25mm) that shows the object unresolved at an angular resolution of 2.5", and coincident within 1'' with a radio source and a galaxy detected in the near-infrared. The two other sources were discovered in a deep 250GHz (1.2mm) survey with the Max-Planck Millimeter Bolometer (MAMBO) array at the IRAM 30 m telescope. Both have fluxes of ≃4mJy and radio counterparts with a 1.4GHz flux density of ≃75µJy. Their radio-to-mm flux ratios suggest redshifts larger than 2. Both sources are faint in the optical and near-infrared, one showing a 20.5mag K-band counterpart. From our data and that available in the literature, we estimate the redshift distribution of twenty-two faint mm and sub-mm sources and conclude that the majority of them are likely to be at z >2.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: distances and redshifts - galaxies: luminosity function, mass function - cosmology: observations - cosmology: early Universe - cosmology: large-scale structure of Universe - radio continuum: galaxies

Nomenclature: Table 1: [BCM2000] JHHMMSS+DDMM N=2.

CDS comments: T.1: first source is [ELG99] CFRS 14A = CUDSS 14.1.

Simbad objects: 12

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