The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey

@article{Dickinson2002TheGO,
  title={The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey},
  author={Mark E. Dickinson and Mauro Giavalisco and for the Goods team STScI and Stsci and Eső and Stecf and Jpl and Ssc and Gemini and U.Fla. and Yale and Boston and U.Ariz. and iap and Saclay and Ucla and Ucb and Ucsc and U.Hawaii and U.Wisc. and Psu and Caltech and Gsfc and Aui},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2002}
}
The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS) is designed to gather the best and deepest multiwavelength data for studying the formation and evolution of galaxies and active galactic nuclei, the distribution of dark and luminous matter at high redshift, the cosmological parameters from distant supernovae, and the extragalactic background light. The program uses the most powerful space- and ground-based telescopes to cover two fields, each 10'x16', centered on the Hubble Deep Field North… 
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