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2005ApJ...634..128T 16 microns Imaging around the Hubble Deep Field -- North with the Spitzer IRS H. I. Teplitz, V. Charmandaris, R. Chary, J. W. Colbert, L. Armus, and D. Weedman Abstract. We present a pilot study of 16 microns imaging within the GOODS northern field. Observations were obtained using the "peak-up" imaging capability of the Spitzer IRS. We survey 35 arcmin^2^ to an average 3 {sigma} depth of 0.075 mJy and detect 149 sources. The survey partially overlaps the area imaged at 15 microns by the ISO, and we demonstrate that our photometry and galaxy number counts are consistent with its measurements. We infer the total infrared luminosity of 16 microns detections using a comparison to local templates and find a wide range of L_IR_, from ~10^9^ to 10^12^ L_sun_. Approximately 1/5 of the detected sources have counterparts in the Chandra 2 Ms catalog, and we show that the hard-band (2 -- 8 keV) detected sources are likely to have strong active galactic nucleus (AGN) contributions to the X-ray flux. The ultradeep sensitivity of Chandra implies that some X-ray detections may be purely starbursting objects. We examine the 16 to 24 microns flux ratio and conclude that it shows evidence for the detection of redshifted polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) emission at z~0.5 and z>0.8. Key words: Cosmology: Observations, Galaxies: Evolution, Galaxies: High-Redshift, Infrared: Galaxies
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