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The Southern Photometric Local Universe Survey (S-PLUS): improved SEDs, morphologies, and redshifts with 12 optical filters

Authorsde Oliveira, C. M.; Ribeiro, T.; Schoenell, W.; Kanaan, A.; Overzier, R. A.; Molino, A.; Sampedro, L.; Coelho, P.; Barbosa, C. E.; Cortesi, A.; Costa-Duarte, M. V.; Montero-Dorta, A. D.; Riguccini, L.; Munoz-Elgueta, N.; Telles, E.; Vitorelli, A. Z.; Hernández-Jiménez, J.A.; Pinto, H. J. R.; Rossi, S.; Muller, A. S.; Castelli, A. V. S.; Beers, T. C.; Thöne, Cristina Carina CSIC ORCID; Bonoli, S.; Veiga, C. H.; Vinicius-Lima, E.; Werner, S. V.; de Souza, G. F.; Xavier, H. S.; Gonzalez, A. H.; Zaritsky, D.; Jaffe, Y.; Gutiérrez-Soto, L. A.; Abramo, L. R.; Lopes, PAA; Kerber, L. O.; Saito, R. K.; Novais, P. M.; Menéndez-Delmestre, Karín; Chies-Santos, A.L.; Queiroz, C.; Pereira, E. S.; Ederoclite, Alessandro; Bonatto, C.; Santucci, R. M.; Santos, W. A.; de Oliveira, R. L.; Cypriano, E. S.; Westera, P.; Siffert, B. B.; Gonçalves, D. R.; de Souza, RS; Akras, S.; Alcaniz, Jailson S.; Reis, R. R. R.; Almeida, L. A.; Ferrari, F.; Almeida-Fernandes, F.; Ortega-Minakata, R. A.; Barbosa, C. L.; Whitten, DD; Gonçalves, T. S.; Hartmann, EA; Lima-Dias, C.; Nakazono, L. M. I.; Perottoni, H. D.; Caffer, J.; Santos-Silva, T.; Cano, Z.; Sodre, L.; Castejon, M.; Alonso-Garcia, J.; Dantas, M. L. L.; Torres-Flores, S.; de la Reza, R.; Alencar, S.; Diem, K. G.; de Azevedo, L. J. D.; Alvarez-Candal, A.; Dupke, Renato; Donnerstein, R.; Amram, P.; Faifer, F. R.; Eikenberry, S.; Azanha, L.; Fontes, S.; Fernandes, B.; Barbá, R. H.; Campillay, A.; Gregorio-Hetem, J.; Hirata, N. S. T.; Bernardinelli, P. H.; Carvano, J.M.; Jiménez-Teja, Y. CSIC ORCID CVN; Izzo, L.; Fernandes, M. B.; Fernandes, R. C.; Branco, V.; Krabbe, A. C.; Galarza, A.; Brito-Silva, D.; Daflon, S.; Buzzo, M. L.; Farias, H.; Hernandez-Fernandez, J. D.; Kann, D.A.; Damke, G.; De Paula, D. F.; Dors, O. L.; Escudero, C. G.; Fernandes, C.; Nemmen, R. S.; Katena, L.; Oliveira, A. S.; Arancibia, M. J.; Pattaro, E.; Labayru, C.; Quint, B.; Jatenco-Pereira, V.; Rodrigues, I.; Lazzaro, D.; Saha, K.; Roig-Roig, Ferran; Neto, G. B. L.; Sesto, L. A.; Santos, R.; Lopes, A. R.; Teixeira, R.; Silva, R.; Magalhaes, R.; Trevisan, M.; de Souza, R. C. T.; Makler, M.; Castellon, J. L. N.; Vika, M.; Urrutia-Viscarra, F.; de Menezes, R.; Ortiz, D.; Herpich, F.R.; Werle, A.; Miralda-Escudé, Jordi CSIC ORCID; Pereira, C. B.; Monteiro-Oliveira, R.; Placco, V. M.; Ugarte Postigo, Antonio de CSIC ORCID
Keywordsgalaxies: clusters: general
galaxies: photometry
quasars: general
stars: general
Issue Date2019
PublisherOxford University Press
CitationMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 489: 241-267 (2019)
AbstractThe Southern Photometric Local Universe Survey (S-PLUS) is imaging similar to 9300 deg(2) of the celestial sphere in 12 optical bands using a dedicated 0.8mrobotic telescope, the T80-South, at the Cerro Tololo Inter-american Observatory, Chile. The telescope is equipped with a 9.2k x 9.2k e2v detector with 10 mu m pixels, resulting in a field of view of 2 deg(2) with a plate scale of 0.55 arcsec pixel-1. The survey consists of four main subfields, which include two non-contiguous fields at high Galactic latitudes (vertical bar b vertical bar > 30 degrees, 8000 deg(2)) and two areas of the Galactic Disc and Bulge (for an additional 1300 deg(2)). S-PLUS uses the Javalambre 12-band magnitude system, which includes the 5 ugriz broad-band filters and 7 narrow-band filters centred on prominent stellar spectral features: the Balmer jump/[OII], Ca H + K, Hd, G band, Mg b triplet, H alpha, and the Ca triplet. S-PLUS delivers accurate photometric redshifts (dz /(1 + z) = 0.02 or better) for galaxies with r < 19.7 AB mag and z < 0.4, thus producing a 3D map of the local Universe over a volume of more than 1 (Gpc/h)(3). The final S-PLUS catalogue will also enable the study of star formation and stellar populations in and around the Milky Way and nearby galaxies, as well as searches for quasars, variable sources, and low-metallicity stars. In this paper we introduce the main characteristics of the survey, illustrated with science verification data highlighting the unique capabilities of S-PLUS. We also present the first public data release of similar to 336 deg(2) of the Stripe 82 area, in 12 bands, to a limiting magnitude of r = 21, available at© 2019 The Author(s).Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society
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Identifiersdoi: 10.1093/mnras/stz1985
issn: 0035-8711
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