Data Products

  • Hubble Legacy Fields GOODS-S Data Release (v1.0) (Illingworth et al. 2016): Deep images from the v1.0 data release of the Hubble Legacy Fields (HLF) project for the GOODS-South (ECDF-S) region from the HST archival program AR-13252 now can be downloaded. The release combines exposures from Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys Wide Field Channel (ACS/WFC) and the Wide Field Camera 3 InfraRed Channel (WFC3/IR), taken over more than a decade between mid-2002 to the end of 2015. HLF includes essentially all optical and infrared data taken by Hubble over the original CDF-South region including GOODS-S, CANDELS, ERS, ECDF-S and many other programs.
  • 3D-HST Full Data Release (v4.1.5) (Momcheva et al. 2015): Data can be downloaded here, with a full description of the data and methods found here.  This release covers all five 3D-HST/CANDELS field (AEGIS, COSMOS, GOODS-N, GOODS-S, and UDS), including (1) extracted WFC3 2D and 1D spectra from ~250,000 objects, (2) Redshifts based on joint fits to the grism spectra and photometry for ~100,000 objects down to JH=26, (3) Emission line fits to all major emission lines down to JH=26, (4) Best redshift catalog combining the spectroscopic, grism and photometric redshifts in the five fields, (4) stellar masses, UV+IR SFRs, rest-frame colors in 22 bands for the grism redshift and best redshift catalogs, and (5) extracted ACS 2D and 1D spectra for ~25,000 objects.
  • UV+IR SFRs from 3D-HST (Whitaker et al. 2014): Data from Table 2 can be downloaded.  All star formation rates and luminosities are logarithmic, with units of solar mass per year and solar luminosities, respectively.  Please refer to the manuscript for more details on the stacking analyses and assumptions when deriving the measured UV+IR SFRs.  The full 3D-HST UV+IR SFR catalogs from Spitzer/MIPS 24 micron photometry were released in October 2015, along with the full 3D-HST data repository.
  • 3D-HST Photometric Catalog Release (v4.1) (Skelton et al. 2014): This release includes all five CANDELS/3D-HST fields (AEGIS, COSMOS, GOODS-N, GOODS-S, and UDS).  The data products include the 0.3-8 micron photometric catalogs based on WFC3 detections for >200,000 objects, photometric redshifts, stellar masses and other FAST SED-derived parameters, rest-frame colors in 22 bands, new WFC3 mosaics in F125W, F140W, and F160W with an array of weight maps and masks, and matched ancillary images in 87 different bands, including the HST/ACS data, ground-based data, and Spitzer/IRAC data.
  • Composite Quiescent Spectra from 3D-HST (Whitaker et al. 2013): Data from the rest-frame median stacks of the grism spectra of 171 quiescent galaxies at 1.4<z<2.2 presented in Figure 2 can be downloaded.
  • 3D-HST Data Release (v0.5) (Brammer et al. 2012): This release includes the deepest WFC3 G141 spectroscopic data in existence, using 8-17 orbit depth observations in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field. Contamination-corrected 2D and 1D spectra for >250 objects in the HUDF are available, as well as best-fit EAZY model spectra and a catalog of derived redshifts.