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Hubble Deep Field South

(HDF-S)
(small region of the southern sky explored with HST)

The Hubble Deep Field South (HDF-S) is an image of a small region of the southern sky (within constellation Ursa Major) taken over a very long exposure with the Hubble Space Telescope aiming to image as distant galaxies as possible. The goal was to provide a resource analogous to the Hubble Deep Field providing objects for further study by southern-hemisphere observatories.

  • Right Ascension: 22h32m56.22s
  • Declination: -60d33m02.69s
  • Size: varied by instrument, the largest being 5.3 square arcminutes.
  • Exposure: on the order of 1-2 days for each image.
  • Date: September/October 1998

(survey,galaxies,survey field)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubble_Deep_Field_South
http://www.stsci.edu/ftp/science/hdfsouth/hdfs.html
PrefixExampleSurvey/Catalog 
ISOHDFSISOHDFS 27Hubble Deep Field South"Infrared Source Observation"
Coordinates:HDF-S
223256.22-603302.69

Referenced by:
Hubble Deep Field (HDF)

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