Preliminary clustering properties of the DESI BGS bright targets using DR9 Legacy Imaging Surveys

@article{Zarrouk2021PreliminaryCP,
  title={Preliminary clustering properties of the DESI BGS bright targets using DR9 Legacy Imaging Surveys},
  author={Pauline Zarrouk and Omar Ruiz-Macias and Shaun Cole and P. Norberg and Carlton Baugh David Brooks and Enrique Gazta{\~n}aga and Ellie Kitanidis and R. Kehoe and Martin Landriau and John Moustakas and Francisco Prada and Gregory Tarl'e},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
We characterise the selection cuts and clustering properties of a magnitude-limited sample of bright galaxies that is part of the Bright Galaxy Survey (BGS) of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) using the ninth data release of the Legacy Imaging Surveys (DR9). We describe changes in the DR9 selection compared to the DR8 one and we also compare the DR9 selection in three distinct regions: BASS/MzLS in the north Galactic Cap (NGC), DECaLS in the NGC, and DECaLS in the south… Expand

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