Hyper Suprime-Camera Survey of the AKARI NEP wide field

  title={Hyper Suprime-Camera Survey of the AKARI NEP wide field},
  author={Tomotsugu Goto and the AKARI-NEP team},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
The extragalactic background suggests half the energy generated by stars reprocessed into the infrared (IR) by dust. At z$\sim$1.3, 90\% of star formation is obscured by dust. To fully understand the cosmic star formation history, it is critical to investigate infrared emission. AKARI has made deep mid-IR observation using its continuous 9-band filters in the NEP field (5.4 deg$^2$), using $\sim$10\% of the entire pointed observations available throughout its lifetime. However, there remain 11… 

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