Akari Deep Field South (ADFS) Multi-Wavelength Data
The Akari Deep Field South (ADFS) is one of the best-studied extragalactic fields in the southern sky. Originally chosen to carry out observations of the far-infrared background with the Akari satellite (Matsuura et al. 2011) due to its low level of Galactic and Zodiacal foreground emission, it has since been observed by most ground-based and space-based instruments. The figure above illustrates some of the key multi-wavelength datasets available in the field while the table below gives a little more detail about all observations carried out to date.
Last Updated on 31 January 2019 by Mattia Vaccari