IGAPS: the merged IPHAS and UVEX optical surveys of the Northern Galactic Plane

@article{Monguio2020IGAPSTM,
  title={IGAPS: the merged IPHAS and UVEX optical surveys of the Northern Galactic Plane},
  author={Maria Mongui'o and Robert Greimel and Janet E. Drew and Geert Barentsen and Paul J. Groot and M. J. Irwin and J. Casares and B. T.Gansicke and Philip J. Carter and Jes'us M. Corral-Santana and N. P. Gentile-Fusillo and Sandra Greiss and Lennart M. van Haaften and Mark Hollands and D. Jones and Tobias Kupfer and Christopher J Manser and David N. A. Murphy and Anna Faye McLeod and Tom Oosting and Quentin A. Parker and Stylianos Pyrzas and Pablo Rodr{\'i}guez-Gil and Jan van Roestel and Simone Scaringi and Pim Schellart and Odette Toloza and Ovidiu Vaduvescu and Lieke van Spaandonk and Kevin Verbeek and Nicholas J. Wright and Jochen Eisloffel and Jordi Fabregat and Alex Harris and Robert H. Morris and Stephen Phillipps and Roberto Raddi and Laurence Sabin and Y. Unruh and Jorick S. Vink and Roger Wesson and Andrew Cardwell and R. K.Cochrane and Saeed Doostmohammadi and Teo Mocnik and Hristo Stoev and L. Su'arez-Andr'es and Valentina Tudor and Tiffany G. Wilson and T. J. Zegmott},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
  • Maria Mongui'o, Robert Greimel, +47 authors T. J. Zegmott
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • The INT Galactic Plane Survey (IGAPS) is the merger of the optical photometric surveys, IPHAS and UVEX, based on data from the Isaac Newton Telescope (INT) obtained between 2003 and 2018. Here, we present the IGAPS point source catalogue. It contains 295.4 million rows providing photometry in the filters, i, r, narrow-band Halpha, g and U_(RGO). The IGAPS footprint fills the Galactic coordinate range, |b| 5sigma confidence). The 174-column catalogue will be available via CDS Strasbourg. 

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