Catastrophic redshift mismatches (defined as | zMW−zLit | /(1 + zMW) > 0.1) between MUSE-Wide and literature redshifts for objects within a 0.5′′ search radius around a MUSE-Wide position.
|Redshift source||z ≲ 2||z ≳ 3|
|Spectroscopy (Wuyts et al. 2008)||7/139 (5%)||0/2 (0%)|
|Spectroscopy (Tasca et al. 2017)||0/7 (0%)||0/3 (0%)|
|3D-HST grism (Momcheva et al. 2016)||6/182 (3%)||1/2 (50%)|
|Photometric (Skelton et al. 2014)||19/241 (8%)||31/103 (30%)|
|Total||32/569 (5%)||32/110 (29%)|
Notes. In the form x/y, where x is the number of redshift mismatches and y the total number of secure counterparts with literature redshifts. In brackets this fraction is expressed as percent.
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