Caltech Faint Galaxy Redshift Survey. X. A Redshift Survey in the Region of the Hubble Deep Field North

@article{Cohen2000CaltechFG,
  title={Caltech Faint Galaxy Redshift Survey. X. A Redshift Survey in the Region of the Hubble Deep Field North},
  author={Judith G. Cohen and David W. Hogg and Roger D. Blandford and Lennox L. Cowie and Esther M. Hu and Antoinette Songaila and Patrick Shopbell and Kevin Richberg},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={538},
  pages={29-52}
}
A redshift survey has been carried out in the region of the Hubble Deep Field North using the Low Resolution Imaging Spectrograph (LRIS) at the Keck Observatory. The resulting redshift catalog, which contains 671 entries, is a compendium of our own data together with published LRIS/Keck data. It is more than 92% complete for objects, irrespective of morphology, to R = 24 mag in the HDF itself and to R = 23 mag in the flanking fields within a diameter of 8' centered on the HDF, an unusually high… 
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TLDR
The Hubble Deep Field provides one of the deepest multiwavelength views of the distant Universe and has led to the detection of thousands of galaxies seen throughout cosmic time, with a redshift significantly higher than earlier estimates and higher than those of most of the hundreds of submillimetre-bright galaxies identified so far.
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