EIS Deep Survey
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WARNING: Users have reported that the Infrared data for the Chandra Deep Field South and the Hubble Deep Field South show a systematic offset at faint magnitudes. Preliminary tests have suggested that the source of the problem may have been identified. An updated release for both the Chandra Deep Field South and the Hubble Deep Field South data addressing the reported problems will be advertised in the EIS Top News as soon as it becomes available.
Click on the color symbols to go to the specific Data Release Page (see the Table Caption for the explanation of the color code).
|EDS_1.0||07 Dec 1998||26||0.28||16||2.25||HDF-S1||-||EIS Team||da Costa et al. (1998)|
|EDS_2.0||10 Dec 1998||12||0.40||14||13.5||CDF-S||-||EIS Team||Rengelink et al. (1998)|
|EDS_2.1||10 Sep 1999||12||0.40||14||13.5||CDF-S||Revised Astrometry+
|EDS_2.2||09 May 2001||8||0.08||8||8||CDF-S||New EIS Pipeline||EIS Team||Benoist et al.-in prep.|
(1)= Total Number of Image Files
(2)= Total Size of Image Files (Gb)
(3)= Total Number of Catalogue Files
(4)= Total Size of Catalogue Files (Mb)
| New/Updated Data Release
Data Release Under Revision
Superseded Data Release
For each data release, details on the observations, data reduction and the final products can be found in the reference publications, also distributed with the Data Packages.
|Data Use Policy|
For the Chandra Deep Field South (CDF-S) and Hubble Deep Field South (HDF-S) data releases, both imaging data and catalogues are available worldwide.
For any publication based on data from the ESO Imaging Surveys, please read the Copyright Notice.
Infrared observations of the EIS Deep Survey were carried out in collaboration between the EIS team and a group of scientists led by Copenhagen University Observatory.
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Last update: Nov 28, 2001