2019ApJ...884...85C


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2019ApJ...884...85C - Astrophys. J., 884, 85-85 (2019/October-2)

RELICS: Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey.

COE D., SALMON B., BRADAC M., BRADLEY L.D., SHARON K., ZITRIN A., ACEBRON A., CERNY C., CIBIRKA N., STRAIT V., PATERNO-MAHLER R., MAHLER G., AVILA R.J., OGAZ S., HUANG K.-H., PELLICCIA D., STARK D.P., MAINALI R., OESCH P.A., TRENTI M., CARRASCO D., DAWSON W.A., RODNEY S.A., STROLGER L.-G., RIESS A.G., JONES C., FRYE B.L., CZAKON N.G., UMETSU K., VULCANI B., GRAUR O., JHA S.W., GRAHAM M.L., MOLINO A., NONINO M., HJORTH J., SELSING J., CHRISTENSEN L., KIKUCHIHARA S., OUCHI M., OGURI M., WELCH B., LEMAUX B.C., ANDRADE-SANTOS F., HOAG A.T., JOHNSON T.L., PETERSON A., PAST M., FOX C., AGULLI I., LIVERMORE R., RYAN R.E., LAM D., SENDRA-SERVER I., TOFT S., LOVISARI L. and SU Y.

Abstract (from CDS):

Large surveys of galaxy clusters with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and Spitzer, including the Cluster Lensing And Supernova survey with Hubble and the Frontier Fields, have demonstrated the power of strong gravitational lensing to efficiently deliver large samples of high-redshift galaxies. We extend this strategy through a wider, shallower survey named RELICS, the Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey, described here. Our 188-orbit Hubble Treasury Program observed 41 clusters at 0.182 <= z <= 0.972 with Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) and WFC3/IR imaging spanning 0.4-1.7 µm. We selected 21 of the most massive clusters known based on Planck PSZ2 estimates and 20 additional clusters based on observed or inferred lensing strength. RELICS observed 46 WFC3/IR pointings (∼200 arcmin2) each with two orbits divided among four filters (F105W, F125W, F140W, and F160W) and ACS imaging as needed to achieve single-orbit depth in each of three filters (F435W, F606W, and F814W). As previously reported by Salmon et al., we discovered over 300 z ∼ 6-10 candidates, including the brightest z ∼ 6 candidates known, and the most distant spatially resolved lensed arc known at z ∼ 10. Spitzer IRAC imaging (945 hr awarded, plus 100 archival, spanning 3.0-5.0 µm) has crucially enabled us to distinguish z ∼ 10 candidates from z ∼ 2 interlopers. For each cluster, two HST observing epochs were staggered by about a month, enabling us to discover 11 supernovae, including 3 lensed supernovae, which we followed up with 20 orbits from our program. Reduced HST images, catalogs, and lens models are available on MAST, and reduced Spitzer images are available on IRSA.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): dark ages, reionization, first stars - dark matter - galaxies: clusters: general - galaxies: high-redshift - gravitational lensing: strong - supernovae: general

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Simbad objects: 45

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Number of rows : 45

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 ClG 0016+16 ClG 00 18 33.3 +16 26 36           ~ 472 0
2 MCS J0025.4-1222 ClG 00 25 29.381 -12 22 37.06           ~ 116 0
3 PSZ1 G116.48-44.47 C?G 00 32 08.2 +18 06 25           ~ 8 0
4 RXC J0035.4-2015 ClG 00 35 26.5 -20 15 46           ~ 26 0
5 ACO 2813 ClG 00 43 27.8821 -20 37 01.282           ~ 70 0
6 ACT-CL J0102-4915 ClG 01 02 52.50 -49 14 58.0           ~ 150 0
7 PSZ1 G155.25-68.42 C?G 01 37 24.9 -08 27 22           ~ 11 0
8 CIZA J0142.9+4438 ClG 01 42 55.5 +44 37 25           ~ 13 0
9 ClG J0152-1358 ClG 01 52 41.3 -13 58 13           ~ 241 3
10 PSZ2 G167.66-65.59 ClG 01 59 49.4 -08 50 00           ~ 63 0
11 PSZ1 G138.60-10.85 C?G 02 27 06.8385 +49 05 10.349           ~ 9 0
12 2MAXI J0231-440 ClG 02 32 18.69 -44 20 41.5           ~ 79 0
13 PLCKESZ G277.75-51.73 ClG 02 54 23 -58 57.8           ~ 30 0
14 MCS J0257.1-2325 ClG 02 57 09.151 -23 26 05.83           ~ 51 0
15 RXC J0308.9+2645 ClG 03 08 55.9 +26 45 38           ~ 32 0
16 PSZ1 G171.96-40.64 ClG 03 12 55 +08 22.8           ~ 29 0
17 NAME Hubble Ultra Deep Field reg 03 32 39.0 -27 47 29           ~ 1271 0
18 ACO 3192 ClG 03 58 42.5 -29 54 30           ~ 16 0
19 RXC J0417.5-1154 ClG 04 17 34.6 -11 54 32           ~ 60 0
20 ACO 520 ClG 04 54 19.0 +02 56 49           ~ 379 0
21 PLCKESZ G239.28-25.99 ClG 05 53 27.200 -33 42 53.02           ~ 36 0
22 PLCKESZ G225.92-19.99 ClG 06 00 17.0 -20 06 16           ~ 14 0
23 ClG J0603.3+4214 ClG 06 03.3 +42 14           ~ 65 0
24 PSZ1 G266.56-27.31 ClG 06 15 56.2665 -57 45 50.508           ~ 36 0
25 ClG 0657-56 ClG 06 58 29.6 -55 56 39           ~ 795 1
26 PSZ1 G209.80+10.23 C?G 07 22 23.1218 +07 24 30.899           ~ 8 0
27 PLCKESZ G284.99-23.70 ClG 07 23 13.3 -73 27 25           ~ 9 0
28 ACO 665 ClG 08 30 45.2 +65 52 55           ~ 401 0
29 ACO 697 ClG 08 42 57.6 +36 21 45           ~ 213 0
30 RXC J0911.1+1746 ClG 09 11 11.277 +17 46 31.94           ~ 53 0
31 ZwCl 0947+1723 ClG 09 49 51.8 +17 07 05           ~ 62 0
32 ClG 1008-12 ClG 10 10 34.1 -12 39 48     18.0     ~ 144 0
33 ACO 1300 ClG 11 32 00.7 -19 53 34           ~ 132 0
34 NAME SN Refsdal SN* 11 49 36.010 +22 23 48.13           ~ 56 0
35 PSZ1 G287.00+32.90 ClG 11 50 49.20 -28 04 36.5           ~ 52 0
36 ACO 1689 ClG 13 11 29.5 -01 20 28           ~ 1017 0
37 NAME ACO 1758N ClG 13 32 44.8 +50 32 24           ~ 77 0
38 ACO 1763 ClG 13 35 20.1 +41 00 04           ~ 259 0
39 2MASX J15150305-1521537 ClG 15 14.9 -15 23           ~ 31 0
40 PSZ1 G308.33-20.21 ClG 15 18 21 -81 31.4           ~ 13 0
41 ACO 2163 ClG 16 15 34.1 -06 07 26           ~ 519 0
42 PN SwSt 1 PN 18 16 12.2731488024 -30 52 07.796394989   12.1 11.10     [WC9/10] 277 0
43 PLCKESZ G004.5-19.5 ClG 19 16 54 -33 30.5           ~ 14 0
44 MCXC J2211.7-0349 ClG 22 11 43.4 -03 50 07           ~ 52 0
45 ACO 2537 ClG 23 08 22.3 -02 11 29           ~ 106 0

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