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2004AJ....128.2577F - Astron. J., 128, 2577-2592 (2004/November-0)

Sloan Digital Sky Survey imaging of low galactic latitude fields: technical summary and data release.

FINKBEINER D.P., PADMANABHAN N., SCHLEGEL D.J., CARR M.A., GUNN J.E., ROCKOSI C.M., SEKIGUCHI M., LUPTON R.H., KNAPP G.R., IVEZIC Z., BLANTON M.R., HOGG D.W., ADELMAN-McCARTHY J.K., ANNIS J., HAYES J., KINNEY E., LONG D.C., SELJAK U., STRAUSS M.A., YANNY B., AGUEROS M.A., ALLAM S.S., ANDERSON S.F., BAHCALL N.A., BALDRY I.K., BERNARDI M., BOROSKI W.N., BRIGGS J.W., BRINKMANN J., BRUNNER R.J., BUDAVARI T., CASTANDER F.J., COVEY K.R., CSABAI I., DOI M., DONG F., EISENSTEIN D.J., FAN X., FRIEDMAN S.D., FUKUGITA M., GILLESPIE B., GREBEL E.K., GURBANI V.K., DE HAAS E., HARRIS F.H., HENDRY J.S., HENNESSY G.S., JESTER S., JOHNSTON D.E., JORGENSEN A.M., JURIC M., KENT S.M., KNIAZEV A.Y., KRZESINSKI J., LEGER R.F., LIN H., LOVEDAY J., MANNERY E., MARTINEZ-DELGADO D., McGEHEE P.M., MEIKSIN A., MUNN J.A., NEILSEN E.H.Jr, NEWMAN P.R., NITTA A., PAULS G., QUINN T.R., RAFIKOV R.R., RICHARDS G.T., RICHMOND M.W., SCHNEIDER D.P., SCHROEDER J., SHIMASAKU K., SIEGMUND W.A., SMITH J.A., SNEDDEN S.A., STEBBINS A., SZALAY A.S., SZOKOLY G.P., TEGMARK M., TUCKER D.L., UOMOTO A., VANDEN BERK D.E., WEINBERG D.H., WEST A.A., YASUDA N., YOCUM D.R., YORK D.G. and ZEHAVI I.

Abstract (from CDS):

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) mosaic camera and telescope have obtained five-band optical-wavelength imaging near the Galactic plane outside of the nominal survey boundaries. These additional data were obtained during commissioning and subsequent testing of the SDSS observing system, and they provide unique wide-area imaging data in regions of high obscuration and star formation, including numerous young stellar objects, Herbig-Haro objects, and young star clusters. Because these data are outside the survey regions in the Galactic caps, they are not part of the standard SDSS data releases. This paper presents imaging data for 832 square degrees of sky (including repeats), in the star-forming regions of Orion, Taurus, and Cygnus. About 470 deg2 are now released to the public, with the remainder to follow at the time of SDSS Data Release 4. The public data in Orion include the star-forming region NGC 2068/NGC 2071/HH 24 and a large part of Barnard's loop.

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Journal keyword(s): Atlases - Catalogs - Surveys

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