2010A&A...514A..11M


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2010A&A...514A..11M - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 514, A11-11 (2010/5-1)

Star forming galaxies in the AKARI deep field south: identifications and spectral energy distributions.

MALEK K., POLLO A., TAKEUCHI T.T., BIENIAS P., SHIRAHATA M., MATSUURA S. and KAWADA M.

Abstract (from CDS):

We investigate the nature and properties of far-infrared (FIR) sources in the AKARI deep field south (ADF-S). We performed an extensive search for the counterparts to 1000 ADF-S objects brighter than 0.0301Jy in the WIDE-S (90µm) AKARI band in the public databases (NED and SIMBAD). We analyzed the properties of the resulting sample: statistics of the identified objects, quality of position determination of the ADF-S sources, their number counts, redshift distribution, and comparison of morphological types, when the corresponding information was available. We performed a simplifield analysis of the clustering properties of the ADF-S sources and compliled spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of objects with the highest quality photometry, using three different models. Among 1000 investigated ADF-S sources, 545 were identified with sources at other wavelengths in public databases. From them, 518 are known galaxies and 343 of these were previously known as infra-red sources. Among the remaining sources, there are two quasars and both infrared and radio sources of unknown origin. Among six stellar identifications, at least five are probably the effect of contamination. We measured the redshifts of 48 extragalactic objects and determined the morphological types of 77 galaxies. We present SED models of 47 sources with sufficiently good photometric data. We conclude that the bright FIR point sources observed in the ADF-S are mostly nearby galaxies. Their properties are very similar to the properties of the local population of optically bright galaxies, except for unusually high ratio of peculiar or interacting objects and a lower percentage of elliptical galaxies. The percentage of lenticular galaxies is the same as in the optically bright population, which suggests that galaxies of this type may frequently contain a significant amount of cool dust. It is possible that source confusion plays a significant role in more than 34% of measurements. The SEDs correspond to a variety of galaxy types, from very actively star forming to very quiescent. The AKARI long wavelength bands data have enabled us to determine for the first time that these galaxies are objects with very cool dust.

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Journal keyword(s): surveys - Galaxy: fundamental parameters - galaxies: evolution - infrared: galaxies

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/514/A11): sample.dat akari.dat phot1.dat phot2.dat phot3.dat refs.dat>

Nomenclature: Tables A1-A2: [MPT2010] ADFS NNNN N=545 among (Nos 1-1000).

Simbad objects: 98

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Number of rows : 98
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2022
#notes
1 NAME SMC G 00 52 38.0 -72 48 01   2.79 2.2     ~ 10381 1
2 2MASX J04214716-5401037 G 04 21 47.0986135824 -54 01 03.924424884   16.35       ~ 4 0
3 2MASX J04234523-5400303 G 04 23 45.2122002816 -54 00 30.389881716           ~ 3 0
4 6dFGS gJ042636.0-540628 GiC 04 26 36.0787799640 -54 06 28.205050752   15.68       ~ 9 0
5 2MASX J04265073-5424153 GiC 04 26 50.739 -54 24 15.32   16       ~ 6 0
6 2MASX J04271235-5334048 GiC 04 27 12.358 -53 34 04.84   16       ~ 5 0
7 IRAS F04263-5435 IR 04 27 25.8 -54 28 40           ~ 2 0
8 2MASX J04273110-5325175 GiC 04 27 31.0631232984 -53 25 17.761704384   16       ~ 5 0
9 ESO 157-30 GiG 04 27 32.6423254392 -54 11 48.449650596   14.30   13.29   ~ 34 0
10 LEDA 75174 GiC 04 27 49.5 -53 32 16   15.96       ~ 4 0
11 IC 2079 GiC 04 28 30.7918315032 -53 44 16.303219224   14.81   13.73   ~ 15 0
12 6dFGS gJ042836.6-532436 GiC 04 28 36.5851494192 -53 24 35.973291312   15.38       ~ 15 0
13 2MASX J04284021-5350297 GiC 04 28 40.2673632216 -53 50 29.812376868   15       ~ 5 0
14 2MASX J04284373-5438274 G 04 28 43.7371133616 -54 38 27.994723728   15.94       ~ 6 0
15 2MASX J04284642-5408334 GiC 04 28 46.4650073448 -54 08 33.137521476   15       ~ 4 0
16 LEDA 75181 GiC 04 28 48.49 -53 38 45.8   16.10       ~ 6 0
17 6dFGS gJ042852.6-535123 GiC 04 28 52.5640600512 -53 51 23.467088268   15.99       ~ 12 0
18 LEDA 75183 GiC 04 29 03.65 -53 44 51.4   15.82       ~ 6 0
19 2MASX J04290394-5335353 GiC 04 29 03.9003737568 -53 35 35.687344056   15       ~ 4 0
20 2MASX J04290665-5401202 GiC 04 29 06.654 -54 01 20.30   16.07       ~ 10 0
21 LEDA 75185 GiC 04 29 11.52 -53 30 35.9   16       ~ 5 0
22 ACO S 463 ClG 04 29 13.4 -53 44 02           ~ 47 0
23 2MASX J04292162-5404154 GiC 04 29 21.6003549672 -54 04 15.353537160   16       ~ 5 0
24 2MASX J04292360-5330114 GiC 04 29 23.5997429520 -53 30 11.261420064   15       ~ 4 0
25 2MASX J04293886-5350073 GiC 04 29 38.861 -53 50 07.37   16   15.69   ~ 6 0
26 2MASX J04293931-5352464 GiC 04 29 39.3946820712 -53 52 46.829601336   15   15.32   ~ 8 0
27 2MASX J04294483-5348358 GiC 04 29 44.8150126056 -53 48 36.456340968   16.95   15.75   ~ 5 0
28 2MASX J04295759-5345139 GiC 04 29 57.5957088397 -53 45 13.596412527   16       ~ 4 0
29 2MASX J04300425-5349489 GiC 04 30 04.254 -53 49 48.91   16       ~ 4 0
30 2MASX J04301619-5329218 GiC 04 30 16.199 -53 29 21.85   16       ~ 8 0
31 FRL 773 GiC 04 30 32.8442938056 -53 40 09.314380380   15   15.76   ~ 6 0
32 FRL 303 Sy1 04 30 40.0329717936 -53 36 55.640614860 15.90 16.00 15.6 12.4   ~ 48 0
33 IC 2083 GiC 04 30 44.2645241712 -53 58 50.926557252   14.92   13.97   ~ 16 0
34 2MASX J04304494-5317352 GiC 04 30 44.8790892096 -53 17 34.933021800   16       ~ 4 0
35 IC 2085 GiP 04 31 24.236 -54 25 00.75   14.26   12.96   ~ 57 0
36 IC 2086 IG 04 31 32.1549649608 -53 38 51.624964284   15.70   14.39   ~ 11 0
37 2MASX J04313921-5417353 GiC 04 31 39.1602793128 -54 17 35.187181152   15   15.85   ~ 5 0
38 NGC 1617 GiP 04 31 39.534 -54 36 08.16   11.35 10.26 9.80   ~ 94 0
39 2MASX J04314162-5336324 G 04 31 41.623 -53 36 32.45   16.36       ~ 4 0
40 2MASX J04320733-5338339 GiC 04 32 07.3476397776 -53 38 34.310192028   16       ~ 4 0
41 2MASX J04325340-5312021 G 04 32 53.4041752416 -53 12 01.769283648   16.95   15.90   ~ 5 0
42 APMBGC 157-064-039 GiC 04 33 13.16 -54 13 57.5   15.72       ~ 5 0
43 2MASX J04333071-5350287 GiC 04 33 30.6679363608 -53 50 29.193847152   15.86       ~ 6 0
44 2MASX J04334449-5351027 GiC 04 33 44.4643777944 -53 51 02.515186512   16       ~ 4 0
45 6dFGS gJ043344.9-534647 GiC 04 33 44.9106569784 -53 46 46.797265092   15   14.71   ~ 9 0
46 6dFGS gJ043359.0-541007 GiC 04 33 58.9853066928 -54 10 06.955273164   15   15.99   ~ 9 0
47 2MASX J04342117-5353522 G 04 34 21.2329216080 -53 53 52.584930420   15.00       ~ 5 0
48 ESO 157-42 G 04 35 12.0375686544 -54 12 20.496956508   14.86   13.91   ~ 17 0
49 ESO 157-43 G 04 35 15.4783726392 -54 18 56.845540116   15.06   14.19   ~ 15 0
50 2MASX J04354249-5435532 G 04 35 42.4829789712 -54 35 52.868025636   15.93       ~ 4 0
51 2MASX J04355267-5424143 G 04 35 52.6710384504 -54 24 14.941451016   15.70       ~ 5 0
52 2MASX J04363817-5353200 G 04 36 38.1486777888 -53 53 20.422713516   15.25       ~ 2 0
53 QSO J0436-5258 QSO 04 36 50.8453040688 -52 58 48.014254884     16.40     ~ 27 0
54 ESO 157-45 G 04 38 50.76 -52 41 09.5   15.78   15.18   ~ 5 0
55 ESO 157-46 G 04 38 54.1502410872 -52 51 48.527155440   15.41   14.50   ~ 8 0
56 ESO 157-47 G 04 39 19.13 -54 12 41.4   15.52   14.92 14.7 ~ 19 0
57 ESO 157-48 IG 04 39 25.19 -53 02 57.8   15.81   15.46   ~ 9 0
58 ESO 157-49 GiG 04 39 36.883 -53 00 45.54   14.37   13.30 13.4 ~ 63 0
59 QSO J0439-5311 Sy1 04 39 38.7161600856 -53 11 31.242561864     16.2     ~ 46 0
60 IRAS 04389-5426 FIR 04 40 04.4 -54 20 45           ~ 1 0
61 QSO J0440-5248 QSO 04 40 12.0482632416 -52 48 17.514120888     16.10     ~ 31 0
62 2MASX J04403205-5227377 G 04 40 32.0770683624 -52 27 37.934393544   16.22       ~ 3 0
63 ESO 157-50 IG 04 40 44.015 -52 45 29.87   14.83   14.32 14.7 ~ 27 0
64 2MASX J04410494-5402486 G 04 41 04.9089349656 -54 02 48.410844504   16.17       ~ 6 0
65 ESO 157-51 G 04 41 25.3471060296 -52 59 53.147391180   17.09   16.30   ~ 7 0
66 ESO 158-1 G 04 41 38.9310053136 -53 54 21.526585344   15.99   14.86   ~ 5 0
67 2MFGC 3850 G 04 41 52.6202875872 -53 42 12.405484332           ~ 5 0
68 2MASX J04420122-5210309 G 04 42 01.223 -52 10 30.96   16.60   15.71   ~ 4 0
69 IRAS F04413-5247 IR 04 42 31.9 -52 41 51           ~ 2 0
70 2MASX J04423732-5232100 G 04 42 37.3968911016 -52 32 10.334240304           ~ 4 0
71 2MASX J04452961-5308249 G 04 45 29.6609936016 -53 08 24.897144948   15.61   14.70   ~ 6 0
72 LEDA 436787 G 04 46 12.4 -52 54 49           ~ 3 0
73 CD-52 1004 * 04 47 10.8682258944 -52 40 51.771060300   10.446 9.347     ~ 6 0
74 2MASX J04472850-5219560 G 04 47 28.5313176168 -52 19 55.698567780   16.42   15.15   ~ 6 0
75 ESO 203-3 G 04 48 01.7 -51 51 35   16.79   15.96   ~ 3 0
76 2MFGC 3934 G 04 48 02.776 -53 26 16.69   16.87   15.67   ~ 10 0
77 ESO 158-6 G 04 48 40.3378622952 -53 54 43.929086472   15.34   14.15   ~ 14 0
78 2MASX J04485406-5230438 G 04 48 54.0693251856 -52 30 43.392851856   16.41   15.13   ~ 9 0
79 ESO 158-7 G 04 49 36.9 -53 54 37   14.64   13.50   ~ 9 0
80 ESO 158-8 G 04 49 51.2 -52 59 35   16.08   15.17   ~ 5 0
81 LEDA 142128 G 04 50 00.60 -51 34 41.1           ~ 3 0
82 2MASX J04505562-5312459 G 04 50 55.6185343872 -53 12 46.003113252   15.47   14.31   ~ 11 0
83 * iot Pic B PM* 04 50 56.4971799408 -53 27 34.918569936   6.61 6.19     F4V 46 0
84 2MASX J04514200-5345126 G 04 51 42.0077040984 -53 45 12.268978632   15.49   14.47   ~ 6 0
85 6dFGS gJ045307.0-513750 G 04 53 06.9645536256 -51 37 50.531406564   15.52       ~ 4 0
86 ESO 158-10 G 04 53 15.4417650624 -52 47 55.982828400   15.42       ~ 8 0
87 2MASX J04531957-5242323 G 04 53 19.6002187248 -52 42 31.956688080   16.74   15.90   ~ 4 0
88 ESO 158-12 LSB 04 53 42.757 -52 58 53.23   16.51   15.94   ~ 7 0
89 LEDA 92103 G 04 54 09.3 -52 10 59           ~ 5 0
90 NGC 1705 SBG 04 54 13.4661493464 -53 21 39.471592428 12.32 12.96 12.56 12.58 12.9 ~ 622 1
91 HD 31640 * 04 54 33.4487279664 -52 31 25.139203500   8.29 8.06     A3/5mA5-A7 14 0
92 ESO 158-14 G 04 54 45.7607876328 -53 05 57.507031176   15.26   14.12   ~ 15 0
93 2MASX J04562627-5231201 G 04 56 26.2802384520 -52 31 19.936766352   16.85   15.70   ~ 3 0
94 2MFGC 4056 G 04 57 21.4163378208 -52 46 58.690660116   16.18   14.86   ~ 11 0
95 2MFGC 4065 G 04 57 54.6468200784 -52 43 52.974329952           ~ 5 0
96 2MASX J04580280-5241390 G 04 58 02.8896617208 -52 41 38.973186204   16.80   15.61   ~ 3 0
97 NAME LMC G 05 23 34.6 -69 45 22     0.4     ~ 16265 1
98 NAME SEP reg 06 00 00.000 -66 33 38.55           ~ 148 0

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