Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 square degrees of the sky.    Because of its great depth (26th AB mag in the optical bands,    five sigma detections in a 2" diameter apt), many sources    have been detected and the field has been targeted for extensive    follow-up observations at other wavelengths.    Additional information about the survey can be found    at http://www.noao.edu/noao/noaodeep/.    We have released some images to the public and are preparing    to release the bulk of our images and catalogues.
First citation in 2003ApJ...597..225B. First ref. with NDWFS objects: 2006ApJ...641..140B. Ref:=2006ApJ...641..140B byBRAND K. , BROWN M.J.I., DEY A., JANNUZI B.T., KOCHANEK C.S., KENTER A.T., FABRICANT D., FAZIO G.G., FORMAN W.R., GREEN P.J., JONES C.J., McNAMARA B.R., MURRAY S.S., NAJITA J.R., RIEKE M., SHIELDS J.C., VIKHLININ A. Astrophys. J., 641, 140-157 (2006) The Chandra XBootes survey. III. Optical and near-infrared counterparts. oTable 2, col(16): <NDWFS JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS> N=2703. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/ApJ/641/140
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