2005MNRAS.358..149P


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2005MNRAS.358..149P - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 358, 149-167 (2005/March-3)

The Hubble Deep Field North SCUBA Super-map - III. Optical and near-infrared properties of submillimetre galaxies.

POPE A., BORYS C., SCOTT D., CONSELICE C., DICKINSON M. and MOBASHER B.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a new submillimetre (submm) super-map in the Hubble Deep Field North (HDF-N) region (Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey North, GOODS-N, field), containing 40 statistically robust sources at 850µm. This map contains additional data, and several new sources, including one of the brightest blank-sky extragalactic submm sources ever detected. We have used the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) Hubble Space Telescope (HST) images and ground-based near-infrared (IR) observations from the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS), along with deep radio observations, to develop a systematic approach for counterpart identification. With the depth achieved by this survey, optical counterparts have been found for all the radio-detected (RD) submm sources. We have used the colours, morphologies and photometric redshifts of these secure identifications to help identify counterparts to the radio-undetected (RU) sources, finding that certain combinations of optical properties can be used to successfully identify the counterpart to a submm source. 72 per cent of our sources with optical coverage have a unique optical counterpart using our new techniques for counterpart identification and an additional 18 per cent have more than one possibility that meet our criteria in the ACS images. Thus, only ∼10 per cent of our sources lack a plausible optical/near-IR counterpart, meaning that we have the first sample of Submillimetre Common User Bolometer Array (SCUBA) sources that is nearly completely identified in the optical. We have found a much higher extremely red object (ERO) rate than other submm surveys, as a result of the increased depth in the optical images. The median photometric redshift (and quartile range), from optical and near-IR data, is 1.7 (1.3-2.5) for the RD submm sources and rises to 2.3 (1.3-2.7) for the RU subsample. We find interesting correlations between the 850-µm flux and both the i775magnitude and the photometric redshift, from which there appears to be an absence of high-redshift faint counterparts to the lower flux density SCUBA sources. While the quantitative morphologies span a range of values, in general the submm galaxies show larger sizes and a higher degree of asymmetry than other galaxy populations at the same redshifts. In the Appendix, we discuss several improvements in our data analysis procedure, including methods of testing for source reliability.

Abstract Copyright: 2005 RAS

Journal keyword(s): methods: statistical - galaxies: evolution - galaxies: formation - galaxies: starburst - submillimetre

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/358/149): tablea1.dat tablea2.dat>

Nomenclature: Table A1: [PBS2005] AANN (Nos GN01 a GN38), [PBS2005] AANN.N (Nos GN04.2, GN20.2) = [PBS2005] SMM JHHMMSS+DDMMSS N=40. Table A2: [PBS2005] SMM JHHMMSS+DDMMSS N=7.

CDS comments: Table A2: SMM J123747+621560 is [PBS2005] SMM J123747+621600 in SIMBAD.

Simbad objects: 51

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Number of rows : 51

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 NAME GOODS Southern Field reg 03 32 28.0 -27 48 30           ~ 1025 1
2 NAME SMM J123603+620942 smm 12 36 03.0 +62 09 42           ~ 2 0
3 NAME SMM J123606.9+621021 AGN 12 36 06.8597 +62 10 21.720 26.74 25.3 25.57 24.4 24.56 ~ 44 0
4 [PBS2005] SMM J123606+621556 smm 12 36 07.22 +62 15 54.1           ~ 6 0
5 [PBS2005] SMM J123607+621147 smm 12 36 07.7 +62 11 47           ~ 5 0
6 NAME SMM J123608+621433 smm 12 36 08.5 +62 14 33           ~ 6 0
7 [PBS2005] SMM J123608+621253 smm 12 36 08.9 +62 12 53   27.438       ~ 5 0
8 [PBS2005] SMM J123612+621217 smm 12 36 12.4 +62 12 17           ~ 3 0
9 NAME SMM J123616+621518 rG 12 36 16.10 +62 15 13.8           ~ 21 0
10 NAME SMM J123618+621554 rG 12 36 18.32 +62 15 50.5 25.84   25.58 25.07 25.0 ~ 57 0
11 NAME SMM J123618+621009 G 12 36 19.1221 +62 10 04.378 26.78         ~ 20 0
12 [PBS2005] SMM J123619+621459 smm 12 36 19.2 +62 14 59           ~ 2 0
13 [WCB2004] GOODS 850-15a mm 12 36 21.101 +62 17 09.60           ~ 35 0
14 NAME SMM J123621.3+621708 G 12 36 21.25 +62 17 08.3   25.1     25.0 ~ 48 0
15 [PBS2005] GN09 rG 12 36 22.10 +62 16 15.9           ~ 12 0
16 [PBS2005] SMM J123622+621256 smm 12 36 22.2 +62 12 56           ~ 4 0
17 NAME SMM J123628+621048 rG 12 36 28.90 +62 10 45.2           ~ 15 0
18 NAME SMM J123631+620657 smm 12 36 31.8 +62 06 57           ~ 2 0
19 NAME MM J123633+6214.1 G 12 36 33.2 +62 14 07           ~ 51 0
20 NAME SMM J123635+621239 G 12 36 35.20 +62 12 42.4           ~ 20 0
21 NAME SMM J123636+620700 smm 12 36 36.9 +62 07 00           ~ 2 0
22 NAME SMM J123637+621157 smm 12 36 37.3 +62 11 57   27.265       ~ 7 0
23 NAME SMM J123638+621012 smm 12 36 38.6 +62 10 12           ~ 1 0
24 NAME SMM J123646.1+621449 AGN 12 36 44.0401 +62 14 50.930 25.38 25.92 25.48 24.25 24.21 ~ 52 0
25 [PBS2005] SMM J123645+621147 smm 12 36 45.0 +62 11 47           ~ 3 0
26 NAME SMM J123648+621842 smm 12 36 48.0 +62 18 42           ~ 2 0
27 NAME Hubble Deep Field reg 12 36 49.5 +62 12 58           ~ 1819 1
28 NAME SMM J123649+620918 smm 12 36 49.7 +62 09 18           ~ 1 0
29 NAME SMM J123650+621318 smm 12 36 50.5 +62 13 17           ~ 25 0
30 NAME SMM J123652+621225 G 12 36 51.72 +62 12 21.4 24.2 23.4 22.3 22.0 25.80 ~ 161 1
31 NAME SMM J123652+621354 G 12 36 52.76 +62 13 54.1   22.4 22.3   21.4 ~ 25 0
32 NAME SMM J123653+621121 G 12 36 53.1 +62 11 21           ~ 8 0
33 NAME GOODS-N Field reg 12 36 55.0 +62 14 15           ~ 900 1
34 NAME SMM J123656+621203 QSO 12 36 55.850 +62 12 01.29 25.62 26.7 26.12     ~ 29 0
35 NAME SMM J123657+622033 smm 12 36 57.9 +62 20 33           ~ 2 0
36 NAME SMM J123659+621454 smm 12 36 59.1 +62 14 54           ~ 6 0
37 NAME SMM J123700+620912 AGN 12 37 00.23 +62 09 09.7     26.4   25.0 ~ 26 0
38 NAME SMM J123701+621148 rG 12 37 01.55 +62 11 46.3 28.69 25.8 25.7 25.30 25.30 ~ 47 1
39 NAME SMM J123702+621012 G 12 37 02.4807 +62 10 10.702 24.82 25.41 24.49 23.70 23.48 ~ 7 0
40 NAME SMM J123703+621303 smm 12 37 03.0 +62 13 03           ~ 7 0
41 [PBS2005] SMM J123706+622112 smm 12 37 06.5 +62 21 12       22.9   ~ 6 0
42 NAME SMM J123706+621851 smm 12 37 06.9 +62 18 51           ~ 2 0
43 NAME SMM J123707+621412 rG 12 37 07.210 +62 14 07.91           ~ 26 0
44 [FRP2015] z4 GNW 18460 G 12 37 08.840 +62 22 02.37     25.150     ~ 38 0
45 NAME SMM J123711+622212 AGN 12 37 11.89 +62 22 12.7   27.2 25.185   24.42 ~ 146 0
46 NAME SMM J123713+621206 smm 12 37 13.3 +62 12 06           ~ 10 0
47 [PBS2005] SMM J123730+621056 smm 12 37 30.8 +62 10 56           ~ 1 0
48 NAME SMM J123731+621857 smm 12 37 31.0 +62 18 57           ~ 2 0
49 [PBS2005] SMM J123739+621736 smm 12 37 39.1 +62 17 36           ~ 4 0
50 NAME SMM J123741+621227 smm 12 37 41.6 +62 12 27           ~ 2 0
51 [PBS2005] SMM J123747+621600 smm 12 37 47.3 +62 16 00           ~ 2 0

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