Get the data
The compilation of spectroscopic and photometric data, and meassurement of MIR properties is explained in
detail in the ATLAS presentation paper:
Hernán-Caballero & Hatziminaoglou (2011).
You can browse the contents of the ATLAS catalog by using the
quick look browser feature (thanks Jorge!).
The browser also provides links to figures and tables containing the spectrum, the NED entry for the galaxy
and the ADS reference of the original source of the spectrum for every galaxy in the catalog.
A library of fully processed IRS spectra from 66 low redshift LIRGs and ULIRGs, contributed by Kyle Willett and
collaborators is available here. A table of MIR properties measured with the same tools used for
the ATLAS sample is also available.
Catalogs (positions, redshifts, photometry, IR measurements...)
IRS Spectra (lambda, flux density and flux density uncertainty)
- Full ATLAS sample (739 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [2.4 MB]
- Seyfert 1 sample (11 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [62 KB]
- Seyfert 1.X sample (72 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [339 KB]
- Seyfert 2 sample (53 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [167 KB]
- LINER sample (16 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [61 KB]
- QSO sample (125 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [561 KB]
- QSO2 sample (65 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [149 KB]
- Starburst sample (16 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [62 KB]
- ULIRG sample (184 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [471 KB]
- SMG sample (51 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [49 KB]
- MIR_AGN1 sample (119 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [685 KB]
- MIR_AGN2 sample (160 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [528 KB]
- MIR_SB sample (257 ASCII tables) gzipped tarball [723 KB]
Average templates (lambda, flux density, 1-sigma dispersion
and number of sources)
Please cite this reference if you use ATLAS data in your work.
Note that only the most general properties (name, coordinates, redshift, magnitude...) are currently displayed in the interactive browser page; to perform searches based on other properties you need to download one of the catalogs below and use a suitable table viewer, like TOPCAT.
Check the definition of the table's columns in the release document.
See the ATLAS presentation paper for a definition of the samples.
List of references for the IRS spectra
Links to the ADS abstract and short description of the number and type of source extracted from each literature reference.
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.
Mar 16, 2011: Denebola.org is back on-line. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Mar 10, 2011:
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