From optical to radio photometry and CO line integrated fluxes of MACSJ0032-arc.
|Magnification||12.7 ±||3||24.7 ±||2||12.6 ±||3||10.8 ±||4||62 ±||6|
|ACS F606W (μJy)||1.169 ±||0.002||1.722 ±||0.004||0.679 ±||0.003||0.794 ±||0.002||4.365 ±||0.010|
|ACS F814W (μJy)||2.109 ±||0.005||3.133 ±||0.007||1.180 ±||0.005||1.585 ±||0.003||8.017 ±||0.019|
|IRAC 3.6 μm (μJy)||15.56 ±||0.07||blended||blended||blended||58.08 ±||0.27a|
|IRAC 4.5 μm (μJy)||17.54 ±||0.07||blended||blended||blended||66.07 ±||0.27a|
|SPIRE 250 μm (mJy)||blended||blended||blended||blended||58 ±||8|
|SPIRE 350 μm (mJy)||blended||blended||blended||blended||72 ±||10|
|SPIRE 500 μm (mJy)||blended||blended||blended||blended||52 ±||9|
|PdBI 2 mm (mJy)||<0.16†||0.37 ±||0.07||<0.12†||<0.14†||0.65 ±||0.25b, c|
|JVLA 5 GHz (μJy)||18.9 ±||3.0||25.9 ±||4.4||7.8 ±||2.9||40.8 ±||4.1d||93.4 ±||14.4|
|PdBI CO(6–5) (Jy km s-1)||0.68 ±||0.15||0.86 ±||0.15||0.53 ±||0.20||0.71 ±||0.10d||2.78 ±||0.60|
|30 m CO(4–3) (Jy km s-1)||–||–||–||–||2.30 ±||0.55e|
|JVLA CO(1–0) (Jy km s-1)||0.047 ±||0.020†||0.08 ±||0.02||0.030 ±||0.015†||0.035 ±||0.018†||0.21 ±||0.06b, f|
Notes. Observed (not lensing-corrected) continuum fluxes and CO line integrated fluxes, all with 1σ uncertainties. The “total” refers to the sum of the signal coming from the multiple images B, C, D, and E, the contribution of the counter-image F being negligible.
Estimated by propagating the IRAC–F814W colors properly measured in the counter-image B over the sum of multiple images B, C, D, and E (“total”).
Obtained by integrating the flux over the same apertures as those used for the CO(6–5) emission detected over all multiple images B, C, D, and E.
By applying the 2 mm–F814W color conservation over the multiple images, we get a higher total 2 mm continuum flux of 0.9 mJy.
All the multiple images B, C, D, and E contribute to the observed CO(4–3) line integrated flux given the IRAM 30 m telescope half power beam width of 24′′ at the redshifted frequency of the CO(4–3) line.
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