IRAS LIRGs and ULIRGs from Willett et al. (2011)
Kyle Willett and collaborators kindly offered their fully reduced IRS spectra for inclusion in the ATLAS database.
Their dataset contains low resolution (SL, LL) and high resolution (SH, LH) spectra for 66 low redshift LIRGs and ULIRGs, including 51 OH megamasers and 15 non megamaser sources. For details on the sample selection and data reduction see Willett, K. et al. 2011, ApJS, 193, 18.
This data will be included in an upcoming second data release of the Spitzer/IRS Atlas catalog, but in the meantime we provide here the fully reduced spectra and a table of ancillary data (including MIR spectral measurements, redshifts, optical classifications, etc). The source of ancillary data and measurement of MIR spectral properties is explained in detail in the ATLAS presentation paper.
- SL and LL IRS spectra (66 ASCII tables, gzipped tarball) [252 kB]
- SH and LH IRS spectra (132 ASCII tables, gzipped tarball) [1.2 MB]
- Ancillary data table (66 rows, 90 columns) VOTABLE format [153 kB]
- Ancillary data table (66 rows, 90 columns) FITS format [105 kB]
- Ancillary data table (66 rows, 90 columns) HTML format [102 kB]
Ago 15, 2011: The Cornell AtlaS of Spitzer IRS Sources (CASSIS) has been released. It provides the low-resolution spectra of all observations performed in staring mode (13000 sources).
May 18, 2011: A new library of IRS spectra of LIRGs and ULIRGs contributed by Willett et al. is available here.
Mar 29, 2011: The MNRAS paper presenting the ATLAS sample is now published online. ADS abstract here.
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