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2013ApJS..205...13M - Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 205, 13 (2013/April-0)

The Very Large Array 1.4 GHz survey of the Extended Chandra Deep Field South: second data release.

MILLER N.A., BONZINI M., FOMALONT E.B., KELLERMANN K.I., MAINIERI V., PADOVANI P., ROSATI P., TOZZI P. and VATTAKUNNEL S.

Abstract (from CDS):

Deep radio observations at 1.4 GHz for the Extended Chandra Deep Field South were performed in 2007 June through September and presented in a first data release. The survey was made using six separate pointings of the Very Large Array with over 40 hr of observation per pointing. In the current paper, we improve on the data reduction to produce a second data release (DR2) mosaic image. This DR2 image covers an area of about a third of a square degree, reaches a best rms sensitivity of 6 µJy, and has a typical sensitivity of 7.4 µJy per 2.''8 by 1.''6 beam. We also present a more comprehensive catalog, including sources down to peak flux densities of five or more times the local rms noise along with information on source sizes and relevant pointing data. We discuss in some detail the consideration of whether sources are resolved under the complication of a radio image created as a mosaic of separate pointings each suffering some degree of bandwidth smearing, and the accurate evaluation of the flux densities of such sources. Finally, the radio morphologies and optical/near-IR counterpart identifications are used to identify 17 likely multiple-component sources and arrive at a catalog of 883 radio sources, which is roughly double the number of sources contained in the first data release.

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Journal keyword(s): catalogs - radio continuum: galaxies - surveys

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/ApJS/205/13): table3.dat table4.dat>

Nomenclature: Table 3: [MBF2013] NNN (Nos 1-883).

Simbad objects: 894

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