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HFF-DeepSpace photometric catalogs of the 12 Hubble frontier fields, clusters, and parallels : photometry, photometric redshifts, and stellar masses

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We present Hubble multi-wavelength photometric catalogs, including (up to) 17 filters with the Advanced Camera for Surveys and Wide Field Camera 3 from the ultra-violet to near-infrared for the Hubble Frontier Fields and associated parallels. We have constructed homogeneous photometric catalogs for all six clusters and their parallels. To further expand these data catalogs, we have added ultra-deep KS-band imaging at 2.2. mu m from the Very Large Telescope HAWK-I and Keck-I MOSFIRE instruments. We also add post-cryogenic Spitzer imaging at 3.6 and 4.5. mu m with the Infrared Array Camera (IRAC), as well as archival IRAC 5.8 and 8.0. mu m imaging when available. We introduce the public release of the multi-wavelength (0.2-8 mu m) photometric catalogs, and we describe the unique steps applied for the construction of these catalogs. Particular emphasis is given to the source detection band, the contamination of light from the bright cluster galaxies (bCGs), and intra-cluster light (ICL). In addition to the photometric catalogs, we provide catalogs of photometric redshifts and stellar population properties. Furthermore, this includes all the images used in the construction of the catalogs, including the combined models of bCGs and ICL, the residual images, segmentation maps, and more. These catalogs are a robust data set of the Hubble Frontier Fields and will be an important aid in designing future surveys, as well as planning follow-up programs with current and future observatories to answer key questions remaining about first light, reionization, the assembly of galaxies, and many more topics, most notably by identifying high-redshift sources to target.
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galaxies: evolution, galaxies: high-redshift, infrared: galaxies, STAR-FORMATION HISTORIES, GALAXY CLUSTER, POPULATION SYNTHESIS, DEPENDENT EVOLUTION, FORMING GALAXIES, MULTIPLE IMAGES, DEEP-FIELD, UNCERTAINTIES, PROPAGATION, SPITZER

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Shipley, Heath V, Daniel Lange-Vagle, Danilo Marchesini, Gabriel B Brammer, Laura Ferrarese, Mauro Stefanon, Erin Kado-Fong, et al. 2018. “HFF-DeepSpace Photometric Catalogs of the 12 Hubble Frontier Fields, Clusters, and Parallels : Photometry, Photometric Redshifts, and Stellar Masses.” Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 235 (1).
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Shipley, H. V., Lange-Vagle, D., Marchesini, D., Brammer, G. B., Ferrarese, L., Stefanon, M., Kado-Fong, E., et al. (2018). HFF-DeepSpace photometric catalogs of the 12 Hubble frontier fields, clusters, and parallels : photometry, photometric redshifts, and stellar masses. ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES, 235(1).
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Shipley HV, Lange-Vagle D, Marchesini D, Brammer GB, Ferrarese L, Stefanon M, et al. HFF-DeepSpace photometric catalogs of the 12 Hubble frontier fields, clusters, and parallels : photometry, photometric redshifts, and stellar masses. ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES. 2018;235(1).
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Shipley, Heath V, Daniel Lange-Vagle, Danilo Marchesini, et al. “HFF-DeepSpace Photometric Catalogs of the 12 Hubble Frontier Fields, Clusters, and Parallels : Photometry, Photometric Redshifts, and Stellar Masses.” ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES 235.1 (2018): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {We present Hubble multi-wavelength photometric catalogs, including (up to) 17 filters with the Advanced Camera for Surveys and Wide Field Camera 3 from the ultra-violet to near-infrared for the Hubble Frontier Fields and associated parallels. We have constructed homogeneous photometric catalogs for all six clusters and their parallels. To further expand these data catalogs, we have added ultra-deep KS-band imaging at 2.2. mu m from the Very Large Telescope HAWK-I and Keck-I MOSFIRE instruments. We also add post-cryogenic Spitzer imaging at 3.6 and 4.5. mu m with the Infrared Array Camera (IRAC), as well as archival IRAC 5.8 and 8.0. mu m imaging when available. We introduce the public release of the multi-wavelength (0.2-8 mu m) photometric catalogs, and we describe the unique steps applied for the construction of these catalogs. Particular emphasis is given to the source detection band, the contamination of light from the bright cluster galaxies (bCGs), and intra-cluster light (ICL). In addition to the photometric catalogs, we provide catalogs of photometric redshifts and stellar population properties. Furthermore, this includes all the images used in the construction of the catalogs, including the combined models of bCGs and ICL, the residual images, segmentation maps, and more. These catalogs are a robust data set of the Hubble Frontier Fields and will be an important aid in designing future surveys, as well as planning follow-up programs with current and future observatories to answer key questions remaining about first light, reionization, the assembly of galaxies, and many more topics, most notably by identifying high-redshift sources to target.},
  articleno    = {14},
  author       = {Shipley, Heath V and Lange-Vagle, Daniel and Marchesini, Danilo and Brammer, Gabriel B and Ferrarese, Laura and Stefanon, Mauro and Kado-Fong, Erin and Whitaker, Katherine E and Oesch, Pascal A and Feinstein, Adina D and Labb{\'e}, Ivo and Lundgren, Britt and Martis, Nicholas and Muzzin, Adam and Nedkova, Kalina and Skelton, Rosalind and van der Wel, Arjen},
  issn         = {0067-0049},
  journal      = {ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES},
  keyword      = {galaxies: evolution,galaxies: high-redshift,infrared: galaxies,STAR-FORMATION HISTORIES,GALAXY CLUSTER,POPULATION SYNTHESIS,DEPENDENT EVOLUTION,FORMING GALAXIES,MULTIPLE IMAGES,DEEP-FIELD,UNCERTAINTIES,PROPAGATION,SPITZER},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {40},
  title        = {HFF-DeepSpace photometric catalogs of the 12 Hubble frontier fields, clusters, and parallels : photometry, photometric redshifts, and stellar masses},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3847/1538-4365/aaacce},
  volume       = {235},
  year         = {2018},
}

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