This WP will deliver high quality multi-wavelength catalogues extracted from our space and ground-based data. These catalogues will be prepared using the algorithms developed in WP3000. We will also compute ancillary information like photometric redshifts, stellar masses, SFRs for all galaxies in the samples.
Description of work
The structure of the WP that we present is based on the conservative assumption that we will finally adopt different recipes to obtain catalogues selected in the various bands. To allow a simpler management and progress tracking we define one WP for each detection band. We will process the data field-by-field, as soon as the acquisition of a given data set is finalised. Since we expect to have different revisions of the software for data analysis, we foresee the possibility of compiling different versions of the same data set, as data analysis tools will evolve and improve.
Since the status of available data may vary significantly at the time of start-up of the programme (one year from now) we first plan to revisit the status of the data at the beginning of the project and hence define a more realistic data frame for the catalogue release. The currently envisaged steps are:
4.1 Catalogues based on WFC3 images, with measurements at all other available wavelengths. This activity will be executed at INAF and UEDIN.
4.2 Catalogues based on HSO images, with measurements at all other available wavelengths. This activity will be executed at CEA and UEDIN.
4.3 Catalogues based on XMM/Chandra images, with measurements at all other wavelengths. This activity will be executed at INAF.
4.4 Catalogues with useful associated WFC3-Grism spectral measurements. This activity will be executed at UEDIN.
4.5 Level 3 data: morphological parameters, photometric redshifts, stellar masses, SFRs, and related quantities. This activity will be executed at INAF, CEA and UEDIN.