The Chandra 1030+0524 Field


The Chandra survey in the J1030 field is currently the deepest X-ray look at at z=6 quasar and the 5th deepest X-ray survey in general after the 7Ms CDFS, the 2Ms CDFN, the 800ks AEGIS survey and the 400ks survey in the SSA22 field.
The survey reaches a 0.5-2 keV flux limit of 6x10-17 erg cm2 s-1 in the central sq. arcmin. The J1030 field excellent multi-band coverage guarantees prompt identification of X-ray sources, and ensures an almost 100% redshift completeness of the sample.
Spectroscopic and photometric redshifts for all the 256 Chandra sources are available in the interactive version of the catalog.

Chandra ACIS-I full band (0.5-7 keV) smoothed image of the field. The multicolor regions show the multi-wavelength coverage of the field. The whole J1030 field has also been imaged in the mid-infrared IRAC channels 1 and 2. From Marchesi et al. (2021).


Data products

SDSS J1030+0524 multi-wavelength (Nanni et al. 2020) and redshift catalog (Marchesi et al. 2021)

X-ray source catalog with opt/IR counterparts (ASCII format) and associated README file providing information about the reported columns.

Spectroscopic and photometric redshift information for the 256 Chandra sources (FITS format).

Postage-stamp images for the X-ray catalog sources (PDF file).

Fits images for the X-ray field in the full, soft, and hard bands (FITS format).

Log(N)-log(S) for the X-ray field in the full, soft, and hard bands (text format).

SDSS J1030+0524 QSO spectroscopic data (Nanni et al. 2018)

Full band Chandra image of J1030+0524. The red circle (radius=2") is the one used to extract the QSO spectrum (see Nanni et al. 2018).

Chandra spectrum of SDSS J1030+0524 and associated README file providing information about the QSO.

Last modified: 29 September 2021