The Diversity of Extremely Red Objects

@article{Smail2002TheDO,
  title={The Diversity of Extremely Red Objects},
  author={I. R. Smail and Frazer N. Owen and Glenn Evan Morrison and William C. Keel and R. Ivison and Michael J. Ledlow},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={581},
  pages={844-864}
}
We present the results from a sensitive multiwavelength analysis of the properties of extremely red objects (EROs). Our analysis employs deep RIzJHK photometry of an 85 × 85 region to select a sample of 68 EROs with (R-K) ≥ 5.3 and brighter than K = 20.5 (5 σ). We combine this photometric data set with an extremely deep 1.4 GHz radio map of the field obtained from the VLA. This map reaches a 1 σ limiting flux density of 3.5 μJy, making it the deepest 1.4 GHz map taken, and is sensitive enough… 

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