A deep survey of the AKARI north ecliptic pole field - I. WSRT 20 cm radio survey description, observations and data reduction

@article{White2010ADS,
  title={A deep survey of the AKARI north ecliptic pole field - I. WSRT 20 cm radio survey description, observations and data reduction},
  author={Glenn J. White and Chris Pearson and Robert Joseph Braun and Stephen Serjeant and Hideo Matsuhara and Toshinobu Takagi and Takao Nakagawa and Russell F. Shipman and Peter Barthel and Narae Hwang and Hyung-Mok Lee and Myung Gyoon Lee and Myungshin Im and Takehiko Wada and Shinki Oyabu and Soojong Pak and M. Y. Chun and Hitoshi Hanami and Tomotsugu Goto and Seb Oliver},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2010},
  volume={517}
}
Aims. The Westerbork Radio Synthesis Telescope, WSRT, has been used to make a deep radio survey of an ∼1.7 degree 2 field coinciding with the AKARI north ecliptic pole deep field. The observations, data reduction and source count analysis are presented, along with a description of the overall scientific objectives. Methods. The survey consisted of 10 pointings, mosaiced with enough overlap to maintain a similar sensitivity across the central region that reached as low as 21 μJy beam −1 at 1.4… Expand
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