Photometric properties of z ~ 8 candidates selected behind MACSJ0416.1.
|ID||z phot||A v||Δz||A v||L 1500||SFR||Size||μ|
|MACSJ0416.1_Y1||8.60||0.69||0.0||8.1−8.9||2.01||5.46||0.40||12.3||12.9||0.44 ± 0.03||1.5|
|MACSJ0416.1_Y2||8.47||1.09||0.0||8.3−8.6||2.01||11.30||1.00||7.8||8.1||0.31 ± 0.05||1.6|
|MACSJ0416.1_Y3||9.35||0.29||0.40||8.8−9.7||2.21||1.49||0.00||23.9||25.2||0.31 ± 0.04||1.6|
|MACSJ0416.1_Y4||8.00||2.43||0.0||7.3−8.3||1.90||7.78||0.00||2.1||2.3||0.19 ± 0.03||1.9|
Notes. Columns: (1) ID; (2, 3, 4, 5) photometric redshift, χ2, reddening and 1σ confidence interval deduced from SED-fitting without any constraint on the redshift; (6, 7, 8) photometric redshift, χ2 and reddening deduced from SED-fitting with a redshift interval set between 0.0 and 3.0; (9, 10) luminosity at 1500 Å and Star formation rate computed from Kennicutt (1998) and corrected for dust extinction and amplification, the amplification factor (11) measured on maps provided by the CATS group (Richard et al. 2014). (*) Best SED-fit results from the templates library including nebular emissions.
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