The Chandra COSMOS Survey. I. Overview and Point Source Catalog

@article{Elvis2009TheCC,
  title={The Chandra COSMOS Survey. I. Overview and Point Source Catalog},
  author={Martin Elvis and Francesca Maria Civano and Cristian Vignali and Simonetta Puccetti and Fabrizio Fiore and Nico Cappelluti and Thomas Lytell Aldcroft and Antonella Fruscione and Gianni Zamorani and Andrea Comastri and Marcella Brusa and Roberto Gilli and Takamitsu Miyaji and Francesco Damiani and Anton M. Koekemoer and Alexis Finoguenov and Hermann Brunner and C. Megan Urry and John D. Silverman and Vincenzo Mainieri and Guenther Hasinger and Richard E Griffiths and Marcella Carollo and Heng Hao and Luigi Guzzo and A. W. Blain and Daniela Calzetti and Christopher L. Carilli and Peter Capak and Stefano Ettori and Giuseppina Fabbiano and Christopher D. Impey and Simon J. Lilly and Bahram Mobasher and Michael R. Rich and Mara Salvato and David B. Sanders and Eva Schinnerer and Nicholas Z. Scoville and Patrick Shopbell and James E. Taylor and Yoshiaki Taniguchi and Marta Volonteri},
  journal={Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2009},
  volume={184},
  pages={158-171}
}
The Chandra COSMOS Survey (C-COSMOS) is a large, 1.8 Ms, Chandra program that has imaged the central 0.5 deg^2 of the COSMOS field (centered at 10 ^h , +02 ^o ) with an effective exposure of ~160 ks, and an outer 0.4 deg^2 area with an effective exposure of ~80 ks. The limiting source detection depths are 1.9 × 10^(–16) erg cm^(–2) s^(–1) in the soft (0.5-2 keV) band, 7.3 × 10^(–16) erg cm^(–2) s^(–1) in the hard (2-10 keV) band, and 5.7 × 10^(–16) erg cm^(–2) s^(–1) in the full (0.5-10 keV… 
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