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Title: The Hyper Suprime-Cam SSP survey: Overview and survey design
Author: Aihara, Hiroaki
Arimoto, Nobuo
Armstrong, Robert
Arnouts, Stephane
Bahcall, Neta A.
Bickerton, Steven
Bosch, James
Bundy, Kevin
Capak, Peter L.
Chan, James H. H.
Chiba, Masashi
Tanaka, Yoko
Utsumi, Yousuke
Furusawa, Junko
Konno, Akira
Katayama, Nobuhiko
Greene, Jenny E.
Umetsu, Keiichi
Ho, Paul T. P.
Greco, Johnny P.
Higuchi, Ryo
Tanaka, Masaomi
Tait, Philip J.
Iwata, Ikuru
Gunn, James E.
Hamana, Takashi
Harikane, Yuichi
Iwasawa, Kazushi
Tanaka, Masayuki
Hashimoto, Yasuhiro
Jaelani, Anton T.
Hattori, Takashi
Kawanomoto, Satoshi
Hayashi, Masao
Hayashi, Yusuke
Suzuki, Nao
Wong, Kenneth C.
Hsieh, Bau-Ching
Hikage, Chiaki
Usuda, Tomonori
Tominaga, Nozomu
Huang, Kuiyun
Jian, Hung-Yu
More, Surhud
Huang, Song
Ikeda, Hiroyuki
Kusakabe, Haruka
Imanishi, Masatoshi
Inoue, Akio K.
Uchiyama, Hisakazu
Yamanoi, Hitomi
Karoji, Hiroshi
Kamata, Yukiko
Suyu, Sherry H.
Kayo, Issha
Kashikawa, Nobunari
Leauthaud, Alexie
Yonehara, Atsunori
Mineo, Sogo
Koda, Jin
Matsuoka, Yoshiki
Koshida, Shintaro
Koike, Michitaro
Kojima, Takashi
Goto, Tomotsugu
Komiyama, Yutaka
Medezinski, Elinor
Toba, Yoshiki
More, Anupreeta
Suto, Yasushi
Mandelbaum, Rachel
Koyama, Yusei
Miyama, Shoken
Wang, Wei-Hao
Lee, C.-H.
Mukae, Shiro
Lin, Lihwai
Lin, Yen-Ting
Sugahara, Yuma
Lupton, Robert H.
Murata, Ryoma
Tanaka, Manobu M.
Sugiyama, Naoshi
Niikura, Hiroko
Miyatake, Hironao
Uchida, Tomohisa
Tamura, Naoyuki
Urata, Yuji
Miyazaki, Satoshi
Momose, Rieko
Yamada, Yoshihiko
Speagle, Joshua
Terashima, Yuichi
Nishizawa, Atsushi J.
Okamoto, Sakurako
Moritani, Yuki
Moriya, Takashi J.
Murayama, Hitoshi
Morokuma, Tomoki
Yeh, Sherry
Strauss, Michael A.
Nagao, Tohru
Okura, Yuki
Obuchi, Yoshiyuki
Oguri, Masamune
Terai, Tsuyoshi
Takada, Masahiro
Nakata, Fumiaki
Pyo, Tae-Soo
Niida, Mana
Wang, Shiang-Yu
Spergel, David N.
Turner, Edwin L.
Oishi, Yukie
Okabe, Nobuhiro
Takata, Tadafumi
Ono, Yoshiaki
Goulding, Andy
Uraguchi, Fumihiro
Fujimori, Hiroki
Enoki, Motohiro
Onodera, Masato
Onoue, Masafusa
Egami, Eiichi
Osato, Ken
Simet, Melanie
Ouchi, Masami
Price, Paul A.
Shimasaku, Kazuhiro
Yabe, Kiyoto
Fujimoto, Seiji
Silverman, John D.
Shimono, Atsushi
Sako, Masao
Sawicki, Marcin
Finet, Francois
Shirasaki, Masato
Hełminiak, Krzysztof G.
Shibuya, Takatoshi
Furusawa, Hisanori
Yasuda, Naoki
Coupon, Jean
Toshikawa, Jun
Yuma, Suraphong
Keywords: Cosmologia
Galàxies
Cosmology
Galaxies
Issue Date: 4-Sep-2018
Publisher: Astronomical Society of Japan
Abstract: Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) is a wide-field imaging camera on the prime focus of the 8.2-m Subaru telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. A team of scientists from Japan, Taiwan, and Princeton University is using HSC to carry out a 300-night multi-band imaging survey of the high-latitude sky. The survey includes three layers: the Wide layer will cover 1400 deg2 in five broad bands (grizy), with a 5 σ point-source depth of r ≈ 26. The Deep layer covers a total of 26 deg2 in four fields, going roughly a magnitude fainter, while the UltraDeep layer goes almost a magnitude fainter still in two pointings of HSC (a total of 3.5 deg2). Here we describe the instrument, the science goals of the survey, and the survey strategy and data processing. This paper serves as an introduction to a special issue of the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, which includes a large number of technical and scientific papers describing results from the early phases of this survey.
Note: Versió postprint del document publicat a: https://doi.org/10.1093/pasj/psx066
It is part of: Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 2018, vol. 70, num. SP1
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/143197
Related resource: https://doi.org/10.1093/pasj/psx066
ISSN: 0004-6264
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