SPTpol Data Products

SPTpol Extended Cluster Survey catalog

Download Links:

For each cluster candidate we provide the position, the highest detection significance in filtered SPT maps (and the core radii corresponding to the detection), redshift information and, for each confirmed cluster, a mass estimate. Where available we additionally provide an optical richness from the RM algorithm in "scanning" mode centered at the SPT location, the probability of false association with the RM targeted galaxy overdensity, flag if the estimated radio contamination exceeds 10% of the SZ signal, flag identified strong gravitational lenses, and---if applicable---provide lierature references for the strong lenses and spectroscopic redshifts. Masses are determined using the best-fit ξ-mass scaling relation for a flat LCDM cosmology with Ωm = 0.3, h=0.7 and σ8 = 0.8.

The key to the imaging/redshift source is as follows:

(1) Pan-STARRS1, (2) PISCO, (3) DES, (4) Magellan/Fourstar, (5) Spitzer/IRAC, (6) WISE,
(7) literature photometric redshift, (8) spectroscopic redshift.

Additional Details:

A service of the HEASARC and of the Astrophysics Science Division at NASA/GSFC
Goddard Space Flight Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
HEASARC Director: Dr. Andrew F. Ptak
LAMBDA Director: Dr. Thomas M. Essinger-Hileman
NASA Official: Dr. Thomas M. Essinger-Hileman
Web Curator: Mr. Michael R. Greason