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The Herschel ATLAS.

Eales, S. and Dunne, L. and Clements, D. and Cooray, A. and de Zotti, G. and Dye, S. and Ivison, R. and Jarvis, M. and Lagache, G. and Maddox, S. and Negrello, M. and Serjeant, S. and Thompson, M.A. and van Kampen, E. and Amblard, A. and Andreani, P. and Baes, M. and Beelen, A. and Bendo, G.J. and Benford, D. and Bertoldi, F. and Bock, J. and Bonfield, D. and Boselli, A. and Bridge, C. and Buat, V. and Burgarella, D. and Carlberg, R. and Cava, A. and Chanial, P. and Charlot, S. and Christopher, N. and Coles, P. and Cortese, L. and Dariush, A. and da Cunha, E. and Dalton, G. and Danese, L. and Dannerbauer, H. and Driver, S. and Dunlop, J. and Fan, L. and Farrah, D. and Frayer, D. and Frenk, C. and Geach, J. and Gardner, J. and Gomez, H. and González-Nuevo, J. and González-Solares, E. and Griffin, M. and Hardcastle, M. and Hatziminaoglou, E. and Herranz, D. and Hughes, D. and Ibar, E. and Jeong, W.-S. and Lacey, C. and Lapi, A. and Lawrence, A. and Lee, M. and Leeuw, L. and Liske, J. and López-Caniego, M. and Müller, T. and Nandra, K. and Panuzzo, P. and Papageorgiou, A. and Patanchon, G. and Peacock, J. and Pearson, C. and Phillipps, S. and Pohlen, M. and Popescu, C. and Rawlings, S. and Rigby, E. and Rigopoulou, M. and Robotham, A. and Rodighiero, G. and Sansom, A. and Schulz, B. and Scott, D. and Smith, D.J.B. and Sibthorpe, B. and Smail, I. and Stevens, J. and Sutherland, W. and Takeuchi, T. and Tedds, J. and Temi, P. and Tuffs, R. and Trichas, M. and Vaccari, M. and Valtchanov, I. and van der Werf, P. and Verma, A. and Vieria, J. and Vlahakis, C. and White, G.J. (2010) 'The Herschel ATLAS.', Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific., 122 (891). pp. 499-515.

Abstract

The Herschel ATLAS is the largest open-time key project that will be carried out on the Herschel Space Observatory. It will survey 570 deg2 of the extragalactic sky, 4 times larger than all the other Herschel extragalactic surveys combined, in five far-infrared and submillimeter bands. We describe the survey, the complementary multiwavelength data sets that will be combined with the Herschel data, and the six major science programs we are undertaking. Using new models based on a previous submillimeter survey of galaxies, we present predictions of the properties of the ATLAS sources in other wave bands.

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/653086
Publisher statement:© 2010 by The Astronomical Society of the Pacific.
Record Created:21 Apr 2015 10:50
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