2003A&A...398..857O


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2003A&A...398..857O - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 398, 857-865 (2003/2-2)

A 1.2 mm MAMBO/IRAM-30 m study of dust emission from optically luminous z≃2 quasars.

OMONT A., BEELEN A., BERTOLDI F., COX P., CARILLI C.L., PRIDDEY R.S., McMAHON R.G. and ISAAK K.G.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report 250GHz (1.2mm) observations of redshift 1.8<z<2.8 optically luminous (MB<27.0), radio quiet quasars using the Max-Planck Millimeter Bolometer (MAMBO) array at the IRAM 30-metre telescope. Nine quasars were detected and for 26 quasars 3σ flux density limits in the range 1.8 to 4mJy were obtained. Adopting a typical dust temperature of 45K, the millimeter emission implies far-infrared luminosities of order 1013L and dust masses of ∼108M. Applying a statistical survival analysis to our total sample of 43 detected and 95 undetected quasars at z≃2 and z>4, we find that there is no apparent difference in the far-infrared (FIR) luminosities, hence the star formation rates, of QSOs at z≃2 and at 3.6<z<5. This differs from radio galaxies, for which the FIR luminosity was found to increase with redshift (Archibald et al., 2001MNRAS.323..417A). We furthermore find that there is no strong correlation between the far-infrared and optical luminosities, confirming previous results obtained on smaller samples.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: formation - galaxies: starburst - galaxies: high-redshift - quasars: general - cosmology: observations - submillimeter

CDS comments: a c Table 2 : HS 0749+4259 is a misprint for HS 0747+4259, [VV96] J093935.1+361001 for [VV96] J093935.1+364001, [BBE90] 130623+283002 for [BBE90] 130653+283002, [VV86] J162645.7+642654 for [VV96] J162645.7+642654, [VV96] J183825 for [VV96] J183725

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Number of rows : 36

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 QSO B0747+4259 QSO 07 50 54.6476110802 +42 52 19.234255219   16.43 16.23     ~ 45 0
2 QSO B0800+3031 QSO 08 03 42.0379578345 +30 22 54.699947360   16.71 16.52     ~ 31 0
3 [VV2000] J081057.0+120914 QSO 08 10 56.9657490123 +12 09 14.939861174   18.03 17.82     ~ 19 0
4 QSO J0812+4028 QSO 08 12 00.4925763548 +40 28 14.348505324   18.01 17.79     ~ 36 0
5 [VV2000] J083255.7+182301 QSO 08 32 55.6346420381 +18 23 00.739133637   17.95 17.54     ~ 21 0
6 QSO J0837+145 QSO 08 37 12.8945099566 +14 59 17.336867463   18.21 18.09     ~ 24 0
7 QSO J0914+582 QSO 09 14 25.7916720540 +58 25 19.039222299   18.04 17.90     ~ 27 0
8 QSO B0917+7122 QSO 09 22 30.0437126093 +71 09 36.465345013     18.3     ~ 8 1
9 [VV2000] J093534.0+235720 QSO 09 35 33.8861627405 +23 57 20.515900600   18.33 18.16     ~ 16 0
10 QSO B0933+733 QSO 09 37 48.8932730170 +73 01 58.079654399     17.3     ~ 52 0
11 QSO B0936+3653 QSO 09 39 35.1200567136 +36 40 00.929295808   18.54 18.32     ~ 34 0
12 QSO B0955+4717 QSO 09 58 45.4278739390 +47 03 24.435007786   18.01 17.87     ~ 30 0
13 [VV2000] J100517.5+434609 QSO 10 05 17.4344261321 +43 46 09.364545983   17.12 16.86     ~ 34 0
14 QSO J1048+4407 QSO 10 48 46.6282671152 +44 07 10.835796037   23.89 21.80     ~ 32 0
15 [VV2000] J105158.6+401736 QSO 10 51 58.7487776680 +40 17 36.673080550   17.42 17.14     ~ 33 0
16 QSO B1103+6416 QSO 11 06 10.7342664415 +64 00 09.646278482   16.36 16.16     ~ 60 0
17 [VV2000] J111251.0+375715 QSO 11 12 50.9339995468 +37 57 17.489761792   17.61 17.21     ~ 5 0
18 [VV98] J114920.2+370829 QSO 11 49 20.2127873345 +37 08 28.188178131   17.89 17.64     ~ 18 0
19 QSO B1207+399 QSO 12 10 10.2202190384 +39 39 36.097710837   17.59 17.37     ~ 35 0
20 LBQS 1210+1731 QSO 12 13 03.0132688253 +17 14 23.238685675   18.21 18.03     ~ 78 0
21 QSO J1304+2953 QSO 13 04 11.9898152128 +29 53 48.878645900   18 17.85     ~ 19 0
22 QSO J1309+2814 QSO 13 09 17.3326341538 +28 14 05.788967275   19.61 19.44     ~ 8 0
23 QSO J1401+5438 QSO 14 01 48.3208191889 +54 38 56.862917907     17.5     ~ 4 0
24 QSO B1408+5642 QSO 14 09 55.5654159383 +56 28 26.429306318   17.56 17.30     ~ 48 0
25 QSO J1419+5923 QSO 14 19 06.3135654647 +59 23 12.313017252   18.19 18.00     ~ 40 0
26 QSO B1542+5408 QSO 15 43 59.4400369613 +53 59 03.145916505   17.19 17.10     ~ 89 0
27 QSO B1604+177 QSO 16 06 37.5781321472 +17 35 16.247457514   18.94 18.65     ~ 20 0
28 QSO B1611+4719 QSO 16 12 39.9244349302 +47 11 57.730511390   17.51 17.26     ~ 16 0
29 [VV2000] J161815.5+370103 QSO 16 18 15.5325970507 +37 01 03.888166426   17.99 17.88     ~ 27 0
30 QSO J1626+6426 QSO 16 26 45.6723647459 +64 26 55.026375706     15.8     ~ 29 0
31 QSO J1649+5303 QSO 16 49 14.9977251197 +53 03 16.477748846     17.70     ~ 12 0
32 [VV2000] J170904.9+455908 QSO 17 09 05.0618439405 +45 59 08.113833382   17.59 17.31     ~ 5 0
33 QSO J1716+5328 QSO 17 16 35.5678393946 +53 28 15.827636771   16.30 16.48     ~ 68 0
34 QSO B1754+3818 QSO 17 56 39.7132913794 +38 17 52.504663231   17.5       ~ 7 0
35 [HB93] 1836+510 * 18 37 25.3041273772 +51 05 59.990101753   19.9 19.9     ~ 7 1
36 QSO B2134+1531 QSO 21 36 23.8232568928 +15 45 07.930772314   17.3       ~ 7 0

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