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The Kilo-Degree Survey

de Jong, J. T. A., Kuijken, K., Applegate, D., Begeman, K., Belikov, A., Blake, C., Bout, J., Boxhoorn, D., Buddelmeijer, H., Buddendiek, A., Cacciato, M., Capaccioli, M., Choi, A., Cordes, O., Covone, G., Dall'Ora, M., Edge, A., Erben, T., Franse, J., Getman, F., Grado, A., Harnois-Deraps, J., Helmich, E., Herbonnet, R., Heymans, C., Hildebrandt, H., Hoekstra, H., Huang, Z., Irisarri, N., Joachimi, B., Köhlinger, F., Kitching, T., La Barbera, F., Lacerda, P., McFarland, J., Miller, L., Nakajima, R., Napolitano, N. R., Paolillo, M., Peacock, J., Pila-Diez, B., Puddu, E., Radovich, M., Rifatto, A., Schneider, P., Schrabback, T., Sifon, C., Sikkema, G., Simon, P., Sutherland, W., Tudorica, A., Valentijn, E., van der Burg, R., van Uitert, E., van Waerbeke, L., Velander, M., Kleijn, G. V., Viola, M. & Vriend, W-J., 1-Dec-2013, In : The Messenger. 154, p. 44-46

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de Jong, J. T. A., Kuijken, K., Applegate, D., Begeman, K., Belikov, A., Blake, C., ... Vriend, W-J. (2013). The Kilo-Degree Survey. The Messenger, 154, 44-46.

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de Jong, J. T. A. ; Kuijken, K. ; Applegate, D. ; Begeman, K. ; Belikov, A. ; Blake, C. ; Bout, J. ; Boxhoorn, D. ; Buddelmeijer, H. ; Buddendiek, A. ; Cacciato, M. ; Capaccioli, M. ; Choi, A. ; Cordes, O. ; Covone, G. ; Dall'Ora, M. ; Edge, A. ; Erben, T. ; Franse, J. ; Getman, F. ; Grado, A. ; Harnois-Deraps, J. ; Helmich, E. ; Herbonnet, R. ; Heymans, C. ; Hildebrandt, H. ; Hoekstra, H. ; Huang, Z. ; Irisarri, N. ; Joachimi, B. ; Köhlinger, F. ; Kitching, T. ; La Barbera, F. ; Lacerda, P. ; McFarland, J. ; Miller, L. ; Nakajima, R. ; Napolitano, N. R. ; Paolillo, M. ; Peacock, J. ; Pila-Diez, B. ; Puddu, E. ; Radovich, M. ; Rifatto, A. ; Schneider, P. ; Schrabback, T. ; Sifon, C. ; Sikkema, G. ; Simon, P. ; Sutherland, W. ; Tudorica, A. ; Valentijn, E. ; van der Burg, R. ; van Uitert, E. ; van Waerbeke, L. ; Velander, M. ; Kleijn, G. V. ; Viola, M. ; Vriend, W.-J. / The Kilo-Degree Survey. In: The Messenger. 2013 ; Vol. 154. pp. 44-46.

Harvard

de Jong, JTA, Kuijken, K, Applegate, D, Begeman, K, Belikov, A, Blake, C, Bout, J, Boxhoorn, D, Buddelmeijer, H, Buddendiek, A, Cacciato, M, Capaccioli, M, Choi, A, Cordes, O, Covone, G, Dall'Ora, M, Edge, A, Erben, T, Franse, J, Getman, F, Grado, A, Harnois-Deraps, J, Helmich, E, Herbonnet, R, Heymans, C, Hildebrandt, H, Hoekstra, H, Huang, Z, Irisarri, N, Joachimi, B, Köhlinger, F, Kitching, T, La Barbera, F, Lacerda, P, McFarland, J, Miller, L, Nakajima, R, Napolitano, NR, Paolillo, M, Peacock, J, Pila-Diez, B, Puddu, E, Radovich, M, Rifatto, A, Schneider, P, Schrabback, T, Sifon, C, Sikkema, G, Simon, P, Sutherland, W, Tudorica, A, Valentijn, E, van der Burg, R, van Uitert, E, van Waerbeke, L, Velander, M, Kleijn, GV, Viola, M & Vriend, W-J 2013, 'The Kilo-Degree Survey', The Messenger, vol. 154, pp. 44-46.

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The Kilo-Degree Survey. / de Jong, J. T. A.; Kuijken, K.; Applegate, D.; Begeman, K.; Belikov, A.; Blake, C.; Bout, J.; Boxhoorn, D.; Buddelmeijer, H.; Buddendiek, A.; Cacciato, M.; Capaccioli, M.; Choi, A.; Cordes, O.; Covone, G.; Dall'Ora, M.; Edge, A.; Erben, T.; Franse, J.; Getman, F.; Grado, A.; Harnois-Deraps, J.; Helmich, E.; Herbonnet, R.; Heymans, C.; Hildebrandt, H.; Hoekstra, H.; Huang, Z.; Irisarri, N.; Joachimi, B.; Köhlinger, F.; Kitching, T.; La Barbera, F.; Lacerda, P.; McFarland, J.; Miller, L.; Nakajima, R.; Napolitano, N. R.; Paolillo, M.; Peacock, J.; Pila-Diez, B.; Puddu, E.; Radovich, M.; Rifatto, A.; Schneider, P.; Schrabback, T.; Sifon, C.; Sikkema, G.; Simon, P.; Sutherland, W.; Tudorica, A.; Valentijn, E.; van der Burg, R.; van Uitert, E.; van Waerbeke, L.; Velander, M.; Kleijn, G. V.; Viola, M.; Vriend, W.-J.

In: The Messenger, Vol. 154, 01.12.2013, p. 44-46.

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Vancouver

de Jong JTA, Kuijken K, Applegate D, Begeman K, Belikov A, Blake C et al. The Kilo-Degree Survey. The Messenger. 2013 Dec 1;154:44-46.


BibTeX

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title = "The Kilo-Degree Survey",
abstract = "The Kilo-Degree Survey (KiDS), a 1500-square-degree optical imaging survey with the recently commissioned OmegaCAM wide-field imager on the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), is described. KiDS will image two fields in u-,g-,r- and i-bands and, together with the VIKING survey, produce nine-band (u- to K-band) coverage over two fields. For the foreseeable future the KiDS/VIKING combination of superb image quality with wide wavelength coverage will be unique for surveys of its size and depth. The survey has been designed to tackle some of the most fundamental questions of cosmology and galaxy formation of today. The main science driver is mapping the dark matter distribution in the Universe and putting constraints on the expansion of the Universe and the equation of state of dark energy, all through weak gravitational lensing. However, the deep and wide imaging data will facilitate a wide variety of science cases.",
author = "{de Jong}, {J. T. A.} and K. Kuijken and D. Applegate and K. Begeman and A. Belikov and C. Blake and J. Bout and D. Boxhoorn and H. Buddelmeijer and A. Buddendiek and M. Cacciato and M. Capaccioli and A. Choi and O. Cordes and G. Covone and M. Dall'Ora and A. Edge and T. Erben and J. Franse and F. Getman and A. Grado and J. Harnois-Deraps and E. Helmich and R. Herbonnet and C. Heymans and H. Hildebrandt and H. Hoekstra and Z. Huang and N. Irisarri and B. Joachimi and F. K{\"o}hlinger and T. Kitching and {La Barbera}, F. and P. Lacerda and J. McFarland and L. Miller and R. Nakajima and Napolitano, {N. R.} and M. Paolillo and J. Peacock and B. Pila-Diez and E. Puddu and M. Radovich and A. Rifatto and P. Schneider and T. Schrabback and C. Sifon and G. Sikkema and P. Simon and W. Sutherland and A. Tudorica and E. Valentijn and {van der Burg}, R. and {van Uitert}, E. and {van Waerbeke}, L. and M. Velander and Kleijn, {G. V.} and M. Viola and W.-J. Vriend",
year = "2013",
month = "12",
day = "1",
language = "English",
volume = "154",
pages = "44--46",
journal = "The Messenger",
issn = "0722-6691",

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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - The Kilo-Degree Survey

AU - de Jong, J. T. A.

AU - Kuijken, K.

AU - Applegate, D.

AU - Begeman, K.

AU - Belikov, A.

AU - Blake, C.

AU - Bout, J.

AU - Boxhoorn, D.

AU - Buddelmeijer, H.

AU - Buddendiek, A.

AU - Cacciato, M.

AU - Capaccioli, M.

AU - Choi, A.

AU - Cordes, O.

AU - Covone, G.

AU - Dall'Ora, M.

AU - Edge, A.

AU - Erben, T.

AU - Franse, J.

AU - Getman, F.

AU - Grado, A.

AU - Harnois-Deraps, J.

AU - Helmich, E.

AU - Herbonnet, R.

AU - Heymans, C.

AU - Hildebrandt, H.

AU - Hoekstra, H.

AU - Huang, Z.

AU - Irisarri, N.

AU - Joachimi, B.

AU - Köhlinger, F.

AU - Kitching, T.

AU - La Barbera, F.

AU - Lacerda, P.

AU - McFarland, J.

AU - Miller, L.

AU - Nakajima, R.

AU - Napolitano, N. R.

AU - Paolillo, M.

AU - Peacock, J.

AU - Pila-Diez, B.

AU - Puddu, E.

AU - Radovich, M.

AU - Rifatto, A.

AU - Schneider, P.

AU - Schrabback, T.

AU - Sifon, C.

AU - Sikkema, G.

AU - Simon, P.

AU - Sutherland, W.

AU - Tudorica, A.

AU - Valentijn, E.

AU - van der Burg, R.

AU - van Uitert, E.

AU - van Waerbeke, L.

AU - Velander, M.

AU - Kleijn, G. V.

AU - Viola, M.

AU - Vriend, W.-J.

PY - 2013/12/1

Y1 - 2013/12/1

N2 - The Kilo-Degree Survey (KiDS), a 1500-square-degree optical imaging survey with the recently commissioned OmegaCAM wide-field imager on the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), is described. KiDS will image two fields in u-,g-,r- and i-bands and, together with the VIKING survey, produce nine-band (u- to K-band) coverage over two fields. For the foreseeable future the KiDS/VIKING combination of superb image quality with wide wavelength coverage will be unique for surveys of its size and depth. The survey has been designed to tackle some of the most fundamental questions of cosmology and galaxy formation of today. The main science driver is mapping the dark matter distribution in the Universe and putting constraints on the expansion of the Universe and the equation of state of dark energy, all through weak gravitational lensing. However, the deep and wide imaging data will facilitate a wide variety of science cases.

AB - The Kilo-Degree Survey (KiDS), a 1500-square-degree optical imaging survey with the recently commissioned OmegaCAM wide-field imager on the VLT Survey Telescope (VST), is described. KiDS will image two fields in u-,g-,r- and i-bands and, together with the VIKING survey, produce nine-band (u- to K-band) coverage over two fields. For the foreseeable future the KiDS/VIKING combination of superb image quality with wide wavelength coverage will be unique for surveys of its size and depth. The survey has been designed to tackle some of the most fundamental questions of cosmology and galaxy formation of today. The main science driver is mapping the dark matter distribution in the Universe and putting constraints on the expansion of the Universe and the equation of state of dark energy, all through weak gravitational lensing. However, the deep and wide imaging data will facilitate a wide variety of science cases.

M3 - Article

VL - 154

SP - 44

EP - 46

JO - The Messenger

JF - The Messenger

SN - 0722-6691

ER -

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