Stripe 82 Photometric Redshifts from SDSS Coadditions

This survey gives photometric redshifts of objects within 275 deg² (−50◦ < α < 60◦ and −1.◦25 < δ < +1.◦25) centered on the Celestial Equator. Each piece of sky has ∼20 runs of repeated scanning by the SDSS camera contributing and thus reaches ∼2 mag fainter than the SDSS single pass data, i.e., to r ∼ 23.5 for galaxies.
Coordinates (as h m s, d m s or decimal degrees), or SIMBAD-resolvable object
Search radius in arcminutes
Photometric redshift from SDSS' PHOTO pipeline
Unique SDSS identifier.
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