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Initial data release from the INT photometric H survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS)

Initial data release from the INT photometric H survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS)
Initial data release from the INT photometric H survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS)
The INT/WFC Photometric H? Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS) is an imaging survey being carried out in H?, r' and i' filters, with the Wide Field Camera (WFC) on the 2.5-m Isaac Newton Telescope (INT) to a depth of r'= 20 (10?). The survey is aimed at revealing the large scale organization of the Milky Way and can be applied to identifying a range of stellar populations within it. Mapping emission line objects enables a particular focus on objects in the young and old stages of stellar evolution ranging from early T-Tauri stars to late planetary nebulae. In this paper we present the IPHAS Initial Data Release, primarily a photometric catalogue of about 200 million unique objects, coupled with associated image data covering about 1600 deg2 in three passbands. We note how access to the primary data products has been implemented through use of standard virtual observatory publishing interfaces. Simple traditional web access is provided to the main IPHAS photometric catalogue, in addition to a number of common catalogues (such as 2MASS) which are of immediate relevance. Access through the AstroGrid VO Desktop opens up the full range of analysis options, and allows full integration with the wider range of data and services available through the Virtual Observatory. The IDR represents the largest data set published primarily through VO interfaces to date, and so stands as an exemplar of the future of survey data mining. Examples of data access are given, including a cross-matching of IPHAS photometry with sources in the UKIDSS Galactic Plane Survey that validates the existing calibration of the best data.
catalogues, surveys, stars: emission line, be, galaxy: stellar content
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Gonzlez-Solares, E.A., Walton, N.A., Greimel, R., Drew, J.E., Irwin, M.J., Sale, S.E., Andrews, K., Aungwerojwit, A., Barlow, M.J., van den Besselaar, E., Corradi, R.L.M., Gänsicke, B.T., Groot, P.J., Hales, A.S., Hopewell, E.C., Hu, H., Irwin, J., Knigge, C., Lagadec, E., Leisy, P., Lewis, J.R., Mampaso, A., Matsuura, M., Moont, B., Morales-Rueda, L., Morris, R.A.H., Naylor, T., Parker, Q.A., Prema, P., Pryzas, S., Rixon, G.T., Rodríguez-Gil, P., Roelofs, G., Sabin, L., Skillen, I., Suso, J., Tata, R., Vironen, K., Vink, J.S., Witham, A., Wright, N.J., Zijlstra, A.A., Drake, J., Fabregat, J., Lennon, D.J., Lucas, P.W., Martin, E.L., Phillipps, S., Steeghs, D. and Unruh, Y.C. (2008) Initial data release from the INT photometric H survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 388 (1), 89-104. (doi:10.1111/j.1365-2966.2008.13399.x).

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Abstract

The INT/WFC Photometric H? Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane (IPHAS) is an imaging survey being carried out in H?, r' and i' filters, with the Wide Field Camera (WFC) on the 2.5-m Isaac Newton Telescope (INT) to a depth of r'= 20 (10?). The survey is aimed at revealing the large scale organization of the Milky Way and can be applied to identifying a range of stellar populations within it. Mapping emission line objects enables a particular focus on objects in the young and old stages of stellar evolution ranging from early T-Tauri stars to late planetary nebulae. In this paper we present the IPHAS Initial Data Release, primarily a photometric catalogue of about 200 million unique objects, coupled with associated image data covering about 1600 deg2 in three passbands. We note how access to the primary data products has been implemented through use of standard virtual observatory publishing interfaces. Simple traditional web access is provided to the main IPHAS photometric catalogue, in addition to a number of common catalogues (such as 2MASS) which are of immediate relevance. Access through the AstroGrid VO Desktop opens up the full range of analysis options, and allows full integration with the wider range of data and services available through the Virtual Observatory. The IDR represents the largest data set published primarily through VO interfaces to date, and so stands as an exemplar of the future of survey data mining. Examples of data access are given, including a cross-matching of IPHAS photometry with sources in the UKIDSS Galactic Plane Survey that validates the existing calibration of the best data.

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Published date: 8 July 2008
Keywords: catalogues, surveys, stars: emission line, be, galaxy: stellar content

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Local EPrints ID: 144197
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/144197
ISSN: 0035-8711
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Author: E.A. Gonzlez-Solares
Author: N.A. Walton
Author: R. Greimel
Author: J.E. Drew
Author: M.J. Irwin
Author: S.E. Sale
Author: K. Andrews
Author: A. Aungwerojwit
Author: M.J. Barlow
Author: E. van den Besselaar
Author: R.L.M. Corradi
Author: B.T. Gänsicke
Author: P.J. Groot
Author: A.S. Hales
Author: E.C. Hopewell
Author: H. Hu
Author: J. Irwin
Author: C. Knigge
Author: E. Lagadec
Author: P. Leisy
Author: J.R. Lewis
Author: A. Mampaso
Author: M. Matsuura
Author: B. Moont
Author: L. Morales-Rueda
Author: R.A.H. Morris
Author: T. Naylor
Author: Q.A. Parker
Author: P. Prema
Author: S. Pryzas
Author: G.T. Rixon
Author: P. Rodríguez-Gil
Author: G. Roelofs
Author: L. Sabin
Author: I. Skillen
Author: J. Suso
Author: R. Tata
Author: K. Vironen
Author: J.S. Vink
Author: A. Witham
Author: N.J. Wright
Author: A.A. Zijlstra
Author: J. Drake
Author: J. Fabregat
Author: D.J. Lennon
Author: P.W. Lucas
Author: E.L. Martin
Author: S. Phillipps
Author: D. Steeghs
Author: Y.C. Unruh

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