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Archives Spectrophotométriques Publiques Intégrées au CeSAM

Archive of Spectrophotometry Publicly available In Cesam

What is ASPIC ?

ASPIC is a portal dedicated to giving access to added values produced from several public spectroscopic or spectrophotometric surveys. Theses added values are hosted at the Centre de données astrophysiques de Marseille (CeSAM), Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM), France.
The expertise offered by ASPIC aims to address the whole measurement chain, including redshift measurements and reliability assessment, access to spectra and matched ancillary data like multi-band photometry via a dedicated information system.
May 2020 Line information on GAMA, VIPERS, VUDS, VVDS, and zCOSMOS  March 2020 EL COSMOS (v1.0)  February 2020 MUSE-Wide (v1.0)

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Data Available in ASPIC

If you are using public ASPIC data, in addition to ASPIC acknowledgments, please quote the official acknowledgements related to the given data.

EL COSMOS (v1.0)

EL-COSMOS is a synthetic emission line catalogue that contains predictions of emission-line fluxes such as [OII] or Hα for all ~518,000 COSMOS 2015 photometric galaxies (Laigle et al. 2016). The prediction was calibrated and compared with the spectroscopic measurements in zCOSMOS-Bright and 3D-HST. The release also includes a predicted SED spectrum for each galaxy as well as broadband predicted magnitudes.

Saito et al., 2020, arXiv:2003.06394
Data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
EL COSMOS (v1.0) EL-COSMOS catalogue based on COSMOS 2015 catalogue. 518 404
Data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
MUSE-Wide v1.0 Sources detected during the first period of observation of MUSE-Wide on GOODS-South with CANDELS photometry, GAZPAR physical parameter estimates, MUSE-Wide narrow-band photometry and slinefit line flux estimates. 831

MUSE-Wide MUSE-Wide web site

Instrument : MUSE

MUSE-Wide is a shallow MUSE survey in well studied fields with an extensive multi-wavelength coverage. We used the data of the first period of observation (before the DR1).

Urrutia et al., 2019, 2019A&A...624A.141U
Herenz et al., 2017, 2017A&A...606A..12H

VIMOS Public Extragalactic Redshift Survey VIPERS web site

Instrument : VLT/VIMOS

The VIMOS Public Extragalactic Redshift Survey (VIPERS) is a complete ESO Large Program that has mapped in detail the three-dimensional distribution of the global population of galaxies brighter than i=22.5 magnitude over the redshift range 0.5 < z < 1.2. The PDR-2 includes spectroscopic measurements for 91507 objects, together with the survey masks, statistical weights, photometric ancillary information and mock galaxy surveys from the VIPERS multi-lambda survey. 89022 of these objects are main survey targets.

Scodeggio et al. 2018, 2018A&A...609A..84S
Guzzo et al. 2014, 2014A%26A...566A.108G
Garilli et al. 2014, 2014A%26A...562A..23G
de la Torre et al. 2016, 2017, A&A, 608A, 44D
de la Torre et al. 2013, 2013, A&A, 557, A54
data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
W1 PDR-2 W1 field spectroscopic catalogue 60 528
W1-VIDEO PDR-2 W1-VIDEO field spectroscopic catalogue 18 079
W4 PDR-2 W4 field spectroscopic catalogue 30 979
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data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
VUDS-COSMOS (DR1) VUDS-COSMOS Spectroscopic catalogue 384
VUDS-ECDFS (DR1) VUDS-ECDFS Spectroscopic catalogue 314

VIMOS Ultra Deep Survey VUDS web site

Instrument : VLT/VIMOS

The VIMOS Ultra Deep Survey Data Release 1 (DR1) is a public release of all spectroscopic data in the region of overlap between the CANDELS HST imaging survey and VUDS. The data release for 698 objects is distributed over the COSMOS-CANDELS field at around RA(2000)=10h00m28.2s, DEC(2000)=02deg21'36", and the ECDFS around RA(2000)=03h32m30s, DEC(2000)=-27deg48'00".

Tasca et al. 2016, arXiv:1602.01842

VIMOS VLT Deep Survey VVDS web site

Instrument : VLT/VIMOS

The VIMOS VLT Deep Survey (VVDS) is a comprehensive deep galaxy spectroscopic redshift survey conducted by the VIMOS collaboration with the VIMOS multi-slit spectrograph at the ESO-VLT. The VVDS is a combination of 3 nested purely magnitude selected surveys: Wide (17.5 ≤ iAB ≤ 22.5; 8.6 deg²), Deep (17.5 ≤ iAB ≤ 24; 0.6 deg²), Ultra-Deep (23 ≤ iAB ≤ 24.75; 512 arcmin²), with a total of 22434, 12051, 1041 galaxies with measured redshifts in the range 0 < z < 6.7. The final catalog contains 35 016 galaxies and type-I AGN with measured spectroscopic redshifts covering all epochs up to redshift z ~ 6.7, as well as 12 430 Galactic stars, in areas from 0.142 to 8.7 square degrees, and volumes from 0.5 × 106 to 2 × 107 h-3 Mpc3. The release includes the 1D calibrated spectra, measured spectroscopic redshifts and their reliability, as well as all available photometric data matched to the VVDS targets.

Le Fèvre et al. 2013, 2013A&A...559A..14L
data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
VVDS2h Ultra Deep VVDS-F0226-04 Ultra Deep Spectroscopic catalogue 1 169
VVDS2h Deep VVDS-F0226-04 Deep Spectroscopic catalogue 12 286
VVDS-CDFS Deep VVDS-CDFS (0332-27) Spectroscopic catalogue 1 724
VVDS10h Wide VVDS-F1003+01 Wide Spectroscopic catalogue 8 322
VVDS14h Wide VVDS-F1400+05 Wide Spectroscopic catalogue 10 304
VVDS22h Wide VVDS-F2217+00 Wide Spectroscopic catalogue 20 043
data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb ojects
zCOSMOS 20k BRIGHT zCOSMOS 20k BRIGHT Spectroscopic catalogue 20 690

zCOSMOS Survey zCOSMOS web site

Instrument : VLT/VIMOS

zCOSMOS is an approved Large Program on the ESO VLT. 600 hours of observation are used to carry out a major redshift survey with the VIMOS spectrograph on the COSMOS field to yield spectra for:

  • approximately 28,000 galaxies at 0.2 < z < 1.2 selected to have I_AB < 22.5 at a sampling rate of 70%
  • approximately 12,000 galaxies at 1.2 < z < 3 with B_AB < 25 and
  • chosen by two colour-selection criteria (B-Z) vs. (Z-K) and (U-B) vs. (V-R) at a sampling rate of 70%

Lilly et al. 2009, 2009ApJS..184..218L

GAMA Survey GAMA (DR3) web site

Instrument : AAT/AAOmega

GAMA is a joint European-Australasian project based around a spectroscopic campaign using the Anglo-Australian Telescope. The GAMA input catalogue is based on data taken from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and the UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey. Complementary imaging of the GAMA regions is being obtained by a number of independent survey programmes including GALEX MIS, VST KiDS, VISTA VIKING, WISE, Herschel-ATLAS, GMRT and ASKAP providing UV to radio coverage. GAMA is funded by the STFC (UK), the ARC (Australia), the AAO, and the participating institutions.
Also based on observations made with ESO Telescopes at the La Silla Paranal Observatory under programme ID 179.A-2004 & 177.A-3016.

z

Baldry et al. 2018, 2018MNRAS.474.3875B
Liske et al. 2015, 2015MNRAS.452.2087L

We completed GAMA data for the G02 field with LAM Y-band data described in:
Pipien et al. 2018, 2018A&A...616A..55P

data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
GAMA DR3 - G02 30 602
GAMA DR3 - G09/G12/G15 119 472
data available in ASPIC
Dataset name Description Nb objects
6dFGS DR3 table of spectral observations 136 304

6dF Galaxy Survey 6dF web site

Instrument : 6dF

The third and final data release for the 6dF Galaxy Survey (6dFGS DR3) was made 1st April 2009. The survey comprises 125,071 galaxy redshifts.

Jones et al., 2009, 2009MNRAS.399..683J
Jones et al., 2004, 2004MNRAS.355..747J