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Published by Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in München, Germany, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • X-ray sources, Galactic.

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StatementG. Hasinger ... [et al.].
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-194698.
ContributionsHasinger, Günther., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL18065628M

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Get this from a library! A deep X-ray survey in the Lockman Hole and the Soft X-ray log N - log S. [Günther Hasinger; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. (Erratum) A deep X-ray survey in the Lockman Hole and in the soft X-ray logN-logS Article (PDF Available) in Astronomy and Astrophysics October with . The ROSAT Deep Survey in the Lockman Hole is the most sensitive X-ray survey performed to date, encompassing an exposure time of ksec with the PSPC and a total of Msec with the HRI aboard. The authors have carried out a moderate-depth (70 ks), contiguous square degrees Chandra survey in the Lockman Hole Field of the Spitzer/SWIRE Legacy Survey coincident with a completed, ultra-deep VLA survey with deep optical and near-infrared imaging in-hand.

The Chandra Deep Field North (CDFN, Brandt et al., ) and the Chandra Deep Field South (CDFS, Giacconi et al., , Rosati et al., ) have been observed with the ACIS-I array for 2 and 1 Ms, respectively, and represent the two deepest X-ray surveys to the 2 Ms CDFN the achieved sensitivity limit is ∼ × 10 −17 erg cm −2 s −1 in the soft band and ∼ × 10 −16 erg. In particular, the redshift distribution of soft X-ray selected AGN in the ROSAT Ultra Deep Survey (UDS, Lehmann et al. ) at a limiting flux of f ~ erg cm-2 s-1 was nicely reproduced, as well as that of hard X-ray selected AGN in the ASCA Large Sky Survey (Akiyama et al. ) at a limiting flux of f ~ erg cm-2 s The deep X-ray surveys performed by the two major X-ray observatories on flight, Chandra and XMM, are being resolving the bulk of the cosmic X-ray background (XRB) in the 2{10 keV energy band, where the sky flux is dominated by extragalactic emission. I present the X-ray analysis of the Chandra Large Area Synoptic X-ray Survey (CLASXS) of the Lockman Hole Northwest field. The contiguous solid angle of the survey is about sqr degree and the flux limits are 5x10^ erg/cm^2/s in the keV band and 3x10^ erg/cm^2/s in the $$~keV band.

So the Lockman Hole serves as a relatively clear window on distant objects, which makes it an attractive area of the sky for observational astronomy surveys. It is located near the pointer stars of the Big Dipperin the constellationUrsa Majorand is about 15 square degrees in size. The Deepest X-ray Surveys CDF-N (HDF-N) CDF-S (ACS UDF) Brandt & Hasinger, ARAA Ultra Deep Field AGN - Lockman Hole ks XMM-Newton observation Keck Spectroscopy: Lehmann et al., • Chandra Deep Surveys – CDF North/HDF-N: 67 (21) AGN (Barger et al., ). Deep Sky Survey (DSS) 4 −10 14 Lockman Hole Deep Survey 4 10−14 Survey of deep ROSAT elds 5 10−14 ASCA Medium-Sensitivity Survey (AMSS) 7 10−14 study of the X-ray band above 2 keV with a sensitivity up to several 10 −14erg s 1 cm−2 (2{10 keV) and covers the wide energy band from to 10 keV, which allows. The Ro¨ntgen satellite (ROSAT) provided us with soft X-ray surveys with various depths, ranging from the ROSAT All-Sky Survey (RASS, Voges et al) to the ROSAT Deep Survey (RDS) on the Lockman Hole (Hasinger et al. ). Various optical identification pro-grams of the survey fields have been conducted and the.