EXTRAGALACTIC MILLIMETER-WAVE POINT-SOURCE CATALOG , NUMBER COUNTS AND STATISTICS FROM 771 deg 2 OF THE SPT-SZ SURVEY

@inproceedings{Mocanu2013EXTRAGALACTICMP,
  title={EXTRAGALACTIC MILLIMETER-WAVE POINT-SOURCE CATALOG , NUMBER COUNTS AND STATISTICS FROM 771 deg 2 OF THE SPT-SZ SURVEY},
  author={Laura M. Mocanu and Thomas M. Crawford and Joaquin D. Vieira and K. A. Aird and Manuel Aravena and Jason Edward Austermann and Bradford A. Benson and Matthieu B{\'e}thermin and Lindsey E. Bleem and Matt Bothwell and John E. Carlstrom and C.-l. Chang and Scott C. Chapman and H. M. Cho and A. T. Crites and Thomas de Haan and M. A. Dobbs and Wendeline B. Everett and Erin M George and Nils W. Halverson and Nikki Harrington and Yashar D. Hezaveh and Gilbert P. Holder and W. L. Holzapfel and Shelley Hoover and J. Dana Hrubes and R. J. Keisler and Lloyd Knox and Adrian T. Lee and Erik M. Leitch and M. Lueker and Daniel M. Luong-van and Daniel P. Marrone and Jeff J. McMahon and J{\"u}rgen Mehl and Stephan S. Meyer and Joseph J. Mohr and Thomas E. Montroy and T. Natoli and Steve Padin and Thomas J. Plagge and C. L. S. Pryke and Armin Rest and Christian L. Reichardt and John E. Ruhl and J. T. Sayre and Kelly Schaffer and Erik Shirokoff and Heinrich Spieler and Justin S. Spilker and Brian Stalder and Z. K. Staniszewski and Antony A. Stark and Kathryn Story and Eric R. Switzer and Keith W. Vanderlinde and Robert Williamson},
  year={2013}
}
We present a point-source catalog from 771 deg2 of the South Pole Telescope Sunyaev–Zel’dovich survey at 95, 150, and 220 GHz. We detect 1545 sources above 4.5σ significance in at least one band. Based on their relative brightness between survey bands, we classify the sources into two populations, one dominated by synchrotron emission from active galactic… CONTINUE READING