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The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1

Peletier, R., Iodice, E., Venhola, A., Capaccioli, M., Cantiello, M., D'Abrusco, R., Falcón-Barroso, J., Grado, A., Hilker, M., Limatola, L., Mieske, S., Napolitano, N., Paolillo, M., Spavone, M., Valentijn, E., van de Ven, G. & Verdoes Kleijn, G., 1-Aug-2020, (Submitted) In : ArXiv.

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Peletier, R., Iodice, E., Venhola, A., Capaccioli, M., Cantiello, M., D'Abrusco, R., Falcón-Barroso, J., Grado, A., Hilker, M., Limatola, L., Mieske, S., Napolitano, N., Paolillo, M., Spavone, M., Valentijn, E., van de Ven, G., & Verdoes Kleijn, G. (2020). The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1. Manuscript submitted for publication. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2020arXiv200812633P

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Peletier, Reynier ; Iodice, Enrichetta ; Venhola, Aku ; Capaccioli, Massimo ; Cantiello, Michele ; D'Abrusco, Raffaele ; Falcón-Barroso, Jesús ; Grado, Aniello ; Hilker, Michael ; Limatola, Luca ; Mieske, Steffen ; Napolitano, Nicola ; Paolillo, Maurizio ; Spavone, Marilena ; Valentijn, Edwin ; van de Ven, Glenn ; Verdoes Kleijn, Gijs. / The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1. In: ArXiv. 2020.

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Peletier, R, Iodice, E, Venhola, A, Capaccioli, M, Cantiello, M, D'Abrusco, R, Falcón-Barroso, J, Grado, A, Hilker, M, Limatola, L, Mieske, S, Napolitano, N, Paolillo, M, Spavone, M, Valentijn, E, van de Ven, G & Verdoes Kleijn, G 2020, 'The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1', ArXiv. <http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2020arXiv200812633P>

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The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1. / Peletier, Reynier; Iodice, Enrichetta; Venhola, Aku; Capaccioli, Massimo; Cantiello, Michele; D'Abrusco, Raffaele; Falcón-Barroso, Jesús; Grado, Aniello; Hilker, Michael; Limatola, Luca; Mieske, Steffen; Napolitano, Nicola; Paolillo, Maurizio; Spavone, Marilena; Valentijn, Edwin; van de Ven, Glenn; Verdoes Kleijn, Gijs.

In: ArXiv, 01.08.2020.

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Peletier R, Iodice E, Venhola A, Capaccioli M, Cantiello M, D'Abrusco R et al. The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1. ArXiv. 2020 Aug 1.


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@article{5f4c2d77ec6b4291a4f8d2997d48c16b,
title = "The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1",
abstract = "We present the first data release of the Fornax Deep Survey (FDS), animaging survey using using the wide-field imager OmegaCAM mounted on theVST in the SDSS u', g', r', and i'-bands covering the Fornax GalaxyCluster and the infalling Fornax A Group. FDS is a joint project betweenNOVA (previously called FOCUS - PI: R. F. Peletier) and INAF (as part ofVEGAS - PIs: M. Capaccioli and E. Iodice). With exposure times of about9 hours over an area of ~28 square degrees, this survey is a legacydataset for studies of members of the Fornax Galaxy Cluster and theinfalling Fornax A Group down to a surface brightness limit of ~28mag/arcsec^2 (1-sigma surface brightness over a 1 arcsecond^2 area) andopens a new parameter regime to investigate the role of the clusterenvironment in shaping the properties of its galaxy population. Afterthe Virgo cluster,Fornax is the second nearest galaxy cluster to us, andwith its different mass and evolutionary state, it provides a valuablecomparison that makes it possible to understand the various evolutionaryeffects on galaxies and galaxy clusters. Details about the survey can befound in A. Venhola, R. F. Peletier, E. Laurikainen et al., 2018,A&A 620, 165. In this release, 181 Gb of (compressed) fits filesreduced using the system are present. Catalogues with the completesample of sources including dwarf galaxies part of the cluster, globularclusters, and background galaxies will be provided in forthcomingreleases. The data products are available via the ESO Science Portal athttps://archive.eso.org/scienceportal/home?publ_date=2020-08-26",
keywords = "Astrophysics - Astrophysics of Galaxies, Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics",
author = "Reynier Peletier and Enrichetta Iodice and Aku Venhola and Massimo Capaccioli and Michele Cantiello and Raffaele D'Abrusco and Jes{\'u}s Falc{\'o}n-Barroso and Aniello Grado and Michael Hilker and Luca Limatola and Steffen Mieske and Nicola Napolitano and Maurizio Paolillo and Marilena Spavone and Edwin Valentijn and {van de Ven}, Glenn and {Verdoes Kleijn}, Gijs",
year = "2020",
month = aug,
day = "1",
language = "English",
journal = "ArXiv",
issn = "2331-8422",
publisher = "Cornell University Press",

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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - The Fornax Deep Survey data release 1

AU - Peletier, Reynier

AU - Iodice, Enrichetta

AU - Venhola, Aku

AU - Capaccioli, Massimo

AU - Cantiello, Michele

AU - D'Abrusco, Raffaele

AU - Falcón-Barroso, Jesús

AU - Grado, Aniello

AU - Hilker, Michael

AU - Limatola, Luca

AU - Mieske, Steffen

AU - Napolitano, Nicola

AU - Paolillo, Maurizio

AU - Spavone, Marilena

AU - Valentijn, Edwin

AU - van de Ven, Glenn

AU - Verdoes Kleijn, Gijs

PY - 2020/8/1

Y1 - 2020/8/1

N2 - We present the first data release of the Fornax Deep Survey (FDS), animaging survey using using the wide-field imager OmegaCAM mounted on theVST in the SDSS u', g', r', and i'-bands covering the Fornax GalaxyCluster and the infalling Fornax A Group. FDS is a joint project betweenNOVA (previously called FOCUS - PI: R. F. Peletier) and INAF (as part ofVEGAS - PIs: M. Capaccioli and E. Iodice). With exposure times of about9 hours over an area of ~28 square degrees, this survey is a legacydataset for studies of members of the Fornax Galaxy Cluster and theinfalling Fornax A Group down to a surface brightness limit of ~28mag/arcsec^2 (1-sigma surface brightness over a 1 arcsecond^2 area) andopens a new parameter regime to investigate the role of the clusterenvironment in shaping the properties of its galaxy population. Afterthe Virgo cluster,Fornax is the second nearest galaxy cluster to us, andwith its different mass and evolutionary state, it provides a valuablecomparison that makes it possible to understand the various evolutionaryeffects on galaxies and galaxy clusters. Details about the survey can befound in A. Venhola, R. F. Peletier, E. Laurikainen et al., 2018,A&A 620, 165. In this release, 181 Gb of (compressed) fits filesreduced using the system are present. Catalogues with the completesample of sources including dwarf galaxies part of the cluster, globularclusters, and background galaxies will be provided in forthcomingreleases. The data products are available via the ESO Science Portal athttps://archive.eso.org/scienceportal/home?publ_date=2020-08-26

AB - We present the first data release of the Fornax Deep Survey (FDS), animaging survey using using the wide-field imager OmegaCAM mounted on theVST in the SDSS u', g', r', and i'-bands covering the Fornax GalaxyCluster and the infalling Fornax A Group. FDS is a joint project betweenNOVA (previously called FOCUS - PI: R. F. Peletier) and INAF (as part ofVEGAS - PIs: M. Capaccioli and E. Iodice). With exposure times of about9 hours over an area of ~28 square degrees, this survey is a legacydataset for studies of members of the Fornax Galaxy Cluster and theinfalling Fornax A Group down to a surface brightness limit of ~28mag/arcsec^2 (1-sigma surface brightness over a 1 arcsecond^2 area) andopens a new parameter regime to investigate the role of the clusterenvironment in shaping the properties of its galaxy population. Afterthe Virgo cluster,Fornax is the second nearest galaxy cluster to us, andwith its different mass and evolutionary state, it provides a valuablecomparison that makes it possible to understand the various evolutionaryeffects on galaxies and galaxy clusters. Details about the survey can befound in A. Venhola, R. F. Peletier, E. Laurikainen et al., 2018,A&A 620, 165. In this release, 181 Gb of (compressed) fits filesreduced using the system are present. Catalogues with the completesample of sources including dwarf galaxies part of the cluster, globularclusters, and background galaxies will be provided in forthcomingreleases. The data products are available via the ESO Science Portal athttps://archive.eso.org/scienceportal/home?publ_date=2020-08-26

KW - Astrophysics - Astrophysics of Galaxies

KW - Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics

M3 - Article

JO - ArXiv

JF - ArXiv

SN - 2331-8422

ER -

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