Radio imaging of the Subaru/XMM–NewtonDeep Field– III. Evolution of the radio luminosity function beyond z= 1

C. Simpson, S. Rawlings, R. Ivison, M. Akiyama, O. Almaini, E. Bradshaw, S. Chapman, R. Chuter, S. Croom, J. Dunlop, S. Foucaud, W. Hartley

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Abstract

Many of the spectra presented here were obtained as part of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) programme P074.A-0333, undertaken using the Visible Multi-Object Spectrograph (VIMOS) instrument on UT3/Melipal, VIMOS. Several observational campaigns have obtained spectra of objects within the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Field (SXDF), and Paper II (Vardoulaki et al., 2008MNRAS.387..505V) presented spectra for 28 of the brightest 37 radio sources, obtained from a variety of sources. The near-infrared data used here come from the third data release (DR3) of the UKIRT (United Kingdom Infrared telescope) Infrared Deep Sky Survey. The optical data in the UDS come from the SXDF, which comprises five separate Suprime-Cam pointings. (1 data file).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3060-3083
JournalMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Volume421
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2013

Keywords

  • Surveys
  • Radio sources
  • Active gal. nuclei
  • Redshifts

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