A Search for Submillimeter Galaxy Counterparts

Ariana Blair

Abstract


In this paper, we look to find counterparts to our 450µm sources found in our SCUBA-2 imaging of the Chandra Deep Field – South (CDF-S). We chose sources greater than 4σ and found 21 sources. We then matched the sources to a published 850µm ALMA catalog. We matched the sources within a 4 arcsecond radius and found 12 matches to our 450µm sources. Using the fluxes from the SCUBA-2 CDF-S map and the ALMA 850µm fluxes from the catalog. We created a 450µm to 850µm flux ratio versus redshift plotted against an Arp220 spectral energy distribution (SED) at varying temperatures.


Keywords


Galaxies; high redshift; observational;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17307/wsc.v1i1.304

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