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Paper   IPM / Astronomy / 11734
School of Astronomy
  Title:   The HST/ACS Coma Cluster Survey. II. Data Description and Source Catalogs
1.  Derek Hammer
2.  Gijs Verdoes Kleijn
3.  Carlos Hoyos
4.  Mark den Brok
5.  Marc Balcells
6.  Henry C. Ferguson
7.  Paul Goudfrooji
8.  David Carter
9.  Rafael Guzm�
10.  Reynier F. Peletier
11.  Russell J. Smith
12.  Alister W. Graham
13.  Neil Trentham
14.  Eric Peng
15.  Thomas H. Puzia
16.  John R. Lucey
17.  Shardha Jogee
18.  Alfonso L. Aguerri
19.  Dan Batcheldor
20.  Terry J. Bridges
21.  Kristin Chiboucas
22.  Jonathan I. Davies
23.  Carlos del Burgo
24.  Peter Erwin
25.  Ann Hornschemeier
26.  Michael J. Hudson
27.  Avon Huxor
28.  Leigh Jenkins
29.  Arna Karick
30.  Habib Gharar Khosroshahi
31.  Ehsan Kourkchi
32.  Yutaka Komiyama
33.  Jennifer Lotz
34.  Ronald O. Marzke
35.  Irina Marinova
36.  Ana Matkovic
37.  David Merritt
38.  Bryan W. Miller
39.  Neal A. Miller
40.  Bahram Mobasher
41.  Mustapha Mouhcine
42.  Sadanori Okamura
43.  Sue Percival
44.  Steven Phillipps
45.  Bianca M. Poggianti
46.  James Price
47.  Ray M. Sharples
48.  R. Brent Tully
49.  Edwin Valentijn
  Status:   Published
  Journal: ApJS
  Vol.:  191
  Year:  2010
  Pages:   143-159
  Publisher(s):   The Astrophysical Journal Supplement
  Supported by:            IPM IPM
The Coma cluster, Abell 1656, was the target of an HST-ACS Treasury program designed for deep imaging in the F475W and F814W passbands. Although our survey was interrupted by the ACS instrument failure in early 2007, the partially completed survey still covers  50
Based on observations with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope obtained at the Space Telescope Science Institute, which is operated by the association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., under NASA contract NAS 5-26555. These observations are associated with program GO10861.

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