The AKARI NEP-Deep survey: a mid-infrared source catalogue

@article{Takagi2012TheAN,
  title={The AKARI NEP-Deep survey: a mid-infrared source catalogue},
  author={Toshinobu Takagi and Hideo Matsuhara and Tomotsugu Goto and Hitoshi Hanami and Myungshin Im and Tsuyoshi Ishigaki and H. m. Lee and Matthew A. Malkan and Youichi Ohyama and Shinki Oyabu and Chris Pearson and Stephen Serjeant and Takehiko Wada and Glenn J. White},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2012},
  volume={537}
}
We present a new catalogue of mid-IR sources using the AKARI NEP-Deep survey. The InfraRed Camera (IRC) onboard AKARI has a comprehensive mid-IR wavelength coverage with 9 photometric bands at 2–24 μm. We utilized all of these bands to cover a nearly circular area adjacent to the north ecliptic pole (NEP). We designed the catalogue to include most of sources detected in 7, 9, 11, 15 and 18 μm bands, and found 7284 sources in a 0.67 deg 2 area. From our simulations, we estimate that the… 
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