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The XXL Survey: XXIX. GMRT 610 MHz continuum observations

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The XXL Survey: XXIX. GMRT 610 MHz continuum observations. / Smolcic, Vernesa; Intema, Huib; Slaus, Bruno; Raychaudhury, Somak; Novak, Mladen; Horellou, Cathy; Chiappetti, Lucio; Delhaize, Jacinta; Birkinshaw, Mark; Bondi, Marco; Bremer, Malcolm; Ciliegi, Paolo; Ferrari, Chiara; Kolokythas, Konstantinos; Lidman, Chris; McGee, Sean L.; Norris, Ray; Pierre, Marguerite; Rottgering, Huub; Tasse, Cyril; Williams, Wendy.

In: Astronomy & Astrophysics, Vol. 620, A14, 01.12.2018, p. 1-10.

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Smolcic, V, Intema, H, Slaus, B, Raychaudhury, S, Novak, M, Horellou, C, Chiappetti, L, Delhaize, J, Birkinshaw, M, Bondi, M, Bremer, M, Ciliegi, P, Ferrari, C, Kolokythas, K, Lidman, C, McGee, SL, Norris, R, Pierre, M, Rottgering, H, Tasse, C & Williams, W 2018, 'The XXL Survey: XXIX. GMRT 610 MHz continuum observations', Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 620, A14, pp. 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201732336

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Smolcic, V., Intema, H., Slaus, B., Raychaudhury, S., Novak, M., Horellou, C., Chiappetti, L., Delhaize, J., Birkinshaw, M., Bondi, M., Bremer, M., Ciliegi, P., Ferrari, C., Kolokythas, K., Lidman, C., McGee, S. L., Norris, R., Pierre, M., Rottgering, H., ... Williams, W. (2018). The XXL Survey: XXIX. GMRT 610 MHz continuum observations. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 620, 1-10. [A14]. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201732336

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Smolcic V, Intema H, Slaus B, Raychaudhury S, Novak M, Horellou C et al. The XXL Survey: XXIX. GMRT 610 MHz continuum observations. Astronomy & Astrophysics. 2018 Dec 1;620:1-10. A14. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201732336

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Smolcic, Vernesa ; Intema, Huib ; Slaus, Bruno ; Raychaudhury, Somak ; Novak, Mladen ; Horellou, Cathy ; Chiappetti, Lucio ; Delhaize, Jacinta ; Birkinshaw, Mark ; Bondi, Marco ; Bremer, Malcolm ; Ciliegi, Paolo ; Ferrari, Chiara ; Kolokythas, Konstantinos ; Lidman, Chris ; McGee, Sean L. ; Norris, Ray ; Pierre, Marguerite ; Rottgering, Huub ; Tasse, Cyril ; Williams, Wendy. / The XXL Survey: XXIX. GMRT 610 MHz continuum observations. In: Astronomy & Astrophysics. 2018 ; Vol. 620. pp. 1-10.

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abstract = "We present the 25 square-degree GMRT-XXL-N 610 MHz radio continuum survey, conducted at 50 cm wavelength with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) towards the XXL Northern field (XXL-N). We combined previously published observations of the XMM-Large Scale Structure (XMM-LSS) field, located in the central part of XXL-N, with newly conducted observations towards the remaining XXL-N area, and imaged the combined data-set using the Source Peeling and Atmospheric Modeling (SPAM) pipeline. The final mosaic encompasses a total area of 30:4 square degrees, with rms <150 μJy beam -1 over 60% of the area. The rms achieved in the inner 9.6 square degree area, enclosing the XMM-LSS field, is about 200 μJy beam -1, while that over the outer 12.66 square degree area (which excludes the noisy edges) is about 45 μJy beam -1. The resolution of the final mosaic is 6.5 arcsec. We present a catalogue of 5434 sources detected at ≥7 × rms. We verify, and correct the reliability of, the catalog in terms of astrometry, flux, and false detection rate. Making use of the (to date) deepest radio continuum survey over a relatively large (2 square degree) field, complete at the flux levels probed by the GMRT-XXL-N survey, we also assess the survey's incompleteness as a function of flux density. The radio continuum sensitivity reached over a large field with a wealth of multi-wavelength data available makes the GMRTXXL- N 610 MHz survey an important asset for studying the physical properties, environments and cosmic evolution of radio sources, in particular radio-selected active galactic nuclei (AGN). ",
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AU - Smolcic, Vernesa

AU - Intema, Huib

AU - Slaus, Bruno

AU - Raychaudhury, Somak

AU - Novak, Mladen

AU - Horellou, Cathy

AU - Chiappetti, Lucio

AU - Delhaize, Jacinta

AU - Birkinshaw, Mark

AU - Bondi, Marco

AU - Bremer, Malcolm

AU - Ciliegi, Paolo

AU - Ferrari, Chiara

AU - Kolokythas, Konstantinos

AU - Lidman, Chris

AU - McGee, Sean L.

AU - Norris, Ray

AU - Pierre, Marguerite

AU - Rottgering, Huub

AU - Tasse, Cyril

AU - Williams, Wendy

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AB - We present the 25 square-degree GMRT-XXL-N 610 MHz radio continuum survey, conducted at 50 cm wavelength with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) towards the XXL Northern field (XXL-N). We combined previously published observations of the XMM-Large Scale Structure (XMM-LSS) field, located in the central part of XXL-N, with newly conducted observations towards the remaining XXL-N area, and imaged the combined data-set using the Source Peeling and Atmospheric Modeling (SPAM) pipeline. The final mosaic encompasses a total area of 30:4 square degrees, with rms <150 μJy beam -1 over 60% of the area. The rms achieved in the inner 9.6 square degree area, enclosing the XMM-LSS field, is about 200 μJy beam -1, while that over the outer 12.66 square degree area (which excludes the noisy edges) is about 45 μJy beam -1. The resolution of the final mosaic is 6.5 arcsec. We present a catalogue of 5434 sources detected at ≥7 × rms. We verify, and correct the reliability of, the catalog in terms of astrometry, flux, and false detection rate. Making use of the (to date) deepest radio continuum survey over a relatively large (2 square degree) field, complete at the flux levels probed by the GMRT-XXL-N survey, we also assess the survey's incompleteness as a function of flux density. The radio continuum sensitivity reached over a large field with a wealth of multi-wavelength data available makes the GMRTXXL- N 610 MHz survey an important asset for studying the physical properties, environments and cosmic evolution of radio sources, in particular radio-selected active galactic nuclei (AGN).

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