COSMOS PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS WITH 30-BANDS FOR 2-deg2

@article{Ilbert2008COSMOSPR,
  title={COSMOS PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS WITH 30-BANDS FOR 2-deg2},
  author={Olivier Ilbert and Peter L. Capak and Mara Salvato and H. Aussel and Henry Joy McCracken and David B. Sanders and Nicholas Z. Scoville and Jeyhan S. Kartaltepe and S. Arnouts and Emeric Le Floc’h and Bahram Mobasher and Yoshiaki Taniguchi and Fabrice Lamareille and Alexie Leauthaud and Shunji S. Sasaki and D. J. Thompson and Michel Zamojski and Giovanni Zamorani and Sandro Bardelli and Micol Bolzonella and Angelo Bongiorno and Marcella Brusa and Karina I. Caputi and C. Marcella Carollo and Thierry Contini and Robin H W Cook and Graziano Coppa and Olga Cucciati and Sylvain de la Torre and Loic de Ravel and Paolo Franzetti and Bianca Garilli and G{\"u}nther Hasinger and Angela Iovino and P. Kampczyk and Jean-Paul Kneib and Christian Knobel and Katarina Kova{\vc} and J.-F. Le Borgne and Vincent Le Brun and Olivier Le F{\`e}vre and Simon J. Lilly and Dagny L. Looper and Christian Maier and Vincenzo Mainieri and Yannick Mellier and Marco Mignoli and Takashi Murayama and Roser Pell{\'o} and Y. Peng and Enrique P{\'e}rez-Montero and Alvio Renzini and Elena Ricciardelli and David Schiminovich and Marco Scodeggio and Yasuhiro Shioya and Jeffrey M. Silverman and Jason A. Surace and M. Tanaka and Lidia A. M. Tasca and Laurence Tresse and Daniela Vergani and Elena Zucca},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={690},
  pages={1236 - 1249}
}
We present accurate photometric redshifts (photo-z) in the 2-deg2 COSMOS field. The redshifts are computed with 30 broad, intermediate, and narrowbands covering the UV (Galaxy Evolution Explorer), visible near-IR (NIR; Subaru, Canada–France–Hawaii Telescope (CFHT), United Kingdom Infrared Telescope, and National Optical Astronomy Observatory), and mid-IR (Spitzer/IRAC). A χ2 template-fitting method (Le Phare) was used and calibrated with large spectroscopic samples from the Very Large Telescope… 

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