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2010AJ....139..434E Spitzer Observations of Abell 1763. I. Infrared and Optical Photometry Edwards, Louise O. V.; Fadda, Dario; Biviano, Andrea; Marleau, Francine R. Abstract. We present a photometric analysis of the galaxy cluster Abell 1763 at visible and infrared wavelengths. Included are fully reduced images in r', J, H, and K_s_ obtained using the Palomar 200in telescope, as well as the IRAC and MIPS images from Spitzer. The cluster is covered out to approximately 3 virial radii with deep 24 micron imaging (a 5{sigma} depth of 0.2 mJy). This same field of ~40' x 40' is covered in all four IRAC bands as well as the longer wavelength MIPS bands (70 and 160 micron). The r' imaging covers ~0.8 deg^2^ down to 25.5 mag, and overlaps with most of the MIPS field of view. The J, H, and K_s_ images cover the cluster core and roughly half of the filament galaxies, which extend toward the neighboring cluster, Abell 1770. This first, in a series of papers on Abell 1763, discusses the data reduction methods and source extraction techniques used for each data set. We present catalogs of infrared sources (with 24 and/or 70 micron emission) and their corresponding emission in the optical (u', g', r', i', z'), and near- to far-IR (J, H, K_s_, IRAC, and MIPS 160 micron). We provide the catalogs and reduced images to the community through the NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive. Key words: infrared: galaxies, galaxies: clusters: individual: Abell 1763 Abell 1770
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