Results from the Chandra Deep Survey of the Hubble Deep Field North
The Chandra Deep Field North Team
(Penn State, MIT, U. Hawaii, Caltech, Carnegie Mellon)
[Invited Review Talk, 30 min.]
Chandra has performed a 1 Ms survey centered on the Hubble Deep Field
North (HDF-N), detecting more than 350 X-ray sources. We will present results
from the survey including
The X-ray source content of the HDF-N.
X-ray constraints on microJansky radio sources, SCUBA sources,
ISO-CAM sources, very red objects, and AGN candidates.
Studies of low X-ray luminosity, optically bright ``normal'' galaxies.
Constraints on the nature of the optically faint X-ray source population.
- Follow-up optical and near-infrared spectroscopy and imaging.
X-ray number counts, spectroscopic and variability analyses.
X-ray detections of high-redshift and unusual objects.
Clusters, groups, and diffuse X-ray emission in our field.
Stacking analyses probing sources too faint to be individually
detected, such as the X-ray binary populations of moderate redshift
We will also discuss future plans as well as implications for upcoming missions
such as SIRTF, Constellation-X, and XEUS.
EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYS