The Herschel ATLAS: A Large Area Extragalactic Survey with Herschel

David Clements, Aaron Robotham, Alain Omont, Andrea Lapi, Andreas Papageorgiou, Andy Lawrence, Aneurin Evans, Anne Sanson, Asantha Cooray, Alastair Edge, Alessandro Boselli, Alexandre Beelen, Ali Dariush, Alexandre Amblard, Angela Mortier, Antonio Cava, Aprajita Verma, Andrew Bain, Bernhard Schulz, Bruce SibthorpeBob Chapman, Carrie Bridge, Carlton Baugh, Chris Pearson, Chris Sedgwick, Carlos Frenk, Cat Vlahakis, Cedric Lacey, Christina Popescu, David Frayer, David Hill, Daniel Smith, Dave Hughes, David Bonfield, Denis Burgarella, Dimitra Rigopoulou, Dominic Benford, Douglas Scott, Duncan Farrah, Eduardo Ibar, Elizabeth Barton, Dimitra van Kampen, Emma Rigby, Eduardo Gonzales-Solares, Evanthia Hatziminaoglou, Frank Bertoldi, George Bendo, Glenn White, Gavin Dalton, Gianfranco De Zotti, Giulia Rodighiero, Guilaine Lagache, Guillaume Patancon, Haley Gomez, Helmut Dannerbauer, Herve Dole, Ian Browne, Ian Smail, Ismael Perez-Fournon, Itziar Aretxaga, Ivan Valtchanov, Jacopo Ftitz, James Bock, Jasmeer Virdee, Jason Stevens, Jim Geach, Joaquin Gonzalez-Nuevo, Jochen Liske, John Peacock, Jonathan Tedds, Jean-Loup Puget, Jeong Woong-Seob, Jon Davies, Jonathan Gardner, Jim Dunlop, Kevin Xu, Kirpal Nandra, Lerothodi Leeuw, Loretta Dunne, Luca Cortese, Luigi Danese, Lulu Fan, Mark Thompson, Malcolm Bremer, Martin Hardcastle, Matt Jarvis, Mattia Negrello, Michael Rowan-Robinson, Michael Schneider, Michal Michalowski, Marcos Lopez-Caniego, Marcos Trichas, Maarten Baes, Mark Birkinshaw, Mattia Vaccari, Gyoon Lee, Myung, Michael Pohlen, Matt Page, Nakaniski Kouichiro, Natalie Christopher, Nieves Castro Rodriguez, Omar Almaini, Paolo Andreani, Paolo Serra, Pasquale Panuzzo, Pasquale Temi, Paul van der Werf, Peter Coles, Phil Mauskopf, P. Chanial, Fritz Pierre, Ray Carlberg, Robert Mann, Richard Tuffs, Rob Ivison, Robbie Auld, Sara Buttiglione, Saumyadip Samui, Sebastian Jester, Shaun Cole, Simon Driver, Simon Dye, Soojong Pak, Stephen Serjeant, Stephen Flynn, Steve Phillips, Steve Rawlings, Steve Eales, Steve Maddox, Subhanjoy Mohanty, Takao Nakagawa, Tim Jenness, Tom Mauch, Toshi Takagi, Tsutomu Takeuchi, Thomas Muller, Veronique Buat, Walter Gear, Will Sutherland

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Abstract

The Herschel-ATLAS project (H-ATLAS) is the largest open time key programme on the Her-schel Space Observatory. It is a large area survey of three extragalactic fields covering a total of 550 sq. deg. at wavelengths of 100, 160, 250, 350 and 500 microns. The aim of the H-ATLAS programme is to determine the dust properties of galaxies in the local universe (out to z 0.3), to search for rare objects such as very high luminosity and lensed dusty galaxies at high red-shift, to provide complementary high resolution data to the Planck project and to study dust emission in our own Galaxy at high lattitudes. We present early results from the H-ATLAS programme based on those parts of the survey observed during the early phases of the Herschel mission.
Original languageEnglish
Pages2
Publication statusPublished - 14 Sep 2010

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