AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
Session 75. Hubble Deep Field South and North
Display, Friday, January 8, 1999, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall 1

[75.03] The Hubble Deep Field -- South: STIS Imaging

J. P. Gardner, T. M. Brown, H. I. Teplitz (GSFC), S. A. Baum, B. R. Espey, H. C. Ferguson, A. S. Fruchter, A. Gonnella, J. Hayes, C. L. Martin, K. C. Sahu, S. Savaglio, E. Smith, R. Williams, J. Wilson (STScI), C. M. Carollo, M. E Kaiser (JHU), R. N. Hook (ST-ECF)

We present the imaging observations made with the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph of the Hubble Deep Field -- South. The field was imaged in 4 bandpasses, a clear CCD bandpass for 156 ksec, a long-pass filter for 25 ksec, a Near-UV bandpass for 23 ksec and a Far-UV bandpass for 52 ksec. The clear visible image is the deepest observation ever made in the UV-NIR wavelength region. The field contains QSO J2233-606, the target of the STIS spectroscopy, and extends 50\arcsec \times 50\arcsec for the visible images, and 25\arcsec \times 25\arcsec for the ultraviolet images. We present the images, catalog of objects, and galaxy counts obtained in the field.

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