# The Pan-STARRS1 Surveys

@article{Chambers2016ThePS, title={The Pan-STARRS1 Surveys}, author={K. Chambers and E. Magnier and N. Metcalfe and H. Flewelling and M. Huber and C. Z. Waters and L. Denneau and P. Draper and D. Farrow and D. Finkbeiner and C. Holmberg and J. Koppenhoefer and P. Price and A. Rest and R. Saglia and E. Schlafly and S. Smartt and W. Sweeney and R. Wainscoat and W. S. Burgett and S. Chastel and T. Grav and J. N. Heasley and K. Hodapp and R. Jedicke and N. Kaiser and R. Kudritzki and G. Luppino and R. Lupton and D. Monet and J. Morgan and P. Onaka and B. Shiao and C. Stubbs and J. Tonry and R. White and E. Ba{\~n}ados and E. Bell and R. Bender and E. Bernard and M. Boegner and F. Boffi and M. T. Botticella and A. Calamida and S. Casertano and W.-P. Chen and X. Chen and S. Cole and N. Deacon and C. Frenk and A. Fitzsimmons and S. Gezari and V. Gibbs and C. Goessl and T. Goggia and R. Gourgue and B. Goldman and P. Grant and E. K. Grebel and N. Hambly and G. Hasinger and A. Heavens and T. Heckman and R. Henderson and T. Henning and M. Holman and U. Hopp and W. Ip and S. Isani and M. Jackson and C. D. Keyes and A. Koekemoer and R. Kotak and D. Le and D. Liska and K. Long and J. R. Lucey and M. Liu and N. Martin and G. Masci and B. Mclean and E. Mindel and P. Misra and E. Morganson and D. Murphy and A. Obaika and G. Narayan and M. Nieto-Santisteban and P. Norberg and J. Peacock and E. Pier and M. Postman and N. Primak and C. Rae and A. Rai and A. Riess and A. Riffeser and H. Rix and S. Roser and R. Russel and L. Rutz and E. Schilbach and A. Schultz and D. Scolnic and L. Strolger and A. Szalay and S. Seitz and E. Small and K. W. Smith and D. Soderblom and P. Taylor and R. Thomson and A. Taylor and A. Thakar and J. Thiel and D. Thilker and D. Unger and Y. Urata and J. Valenti and J. Wagner and T. Walder and F. Walter and S. Watters and S. Werner and W. Wood-Vasey and R. Wyse}, journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics}, year={2016} }

Pan-STARRS1 has carried out a set of distinct synoptic imaging sky surveys including the $3\pi$ Steradian Survey and the Medium Deep Survey in 5 bands ($grizy_{P1}$). The mean 5$\sigma$ point source limiting sensitivities in the stacked 3$\pi$ Steradian Survey in $grizy_{P1}$ are (23.3, 23.2, 23.1, 22.3, 21.4) respectively. The upper bound on the systematic uncertainty in the photometric calibration across the sky is 7-12 millimag depending on the bandpass. The systematic uncertainty of the… CONTINUE READING

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