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Statistical lensing in COSMOS

Ludovic Van Waerbeke

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of British Columbia

With:

F. Bernardeau (CEA)

Y. Mellier (IAP)

E. Semboloni (IAP)

& the COSMOS team

Weak lensing two-points statistics: What is measured?

<g2>~0.01 s82 W1.6 zs1.4 q-(n+2)/2

- Mass power spectrum normalisation
- Slope of the power spectrum
- Mean density parameter
- Redshift of the sources

Contaldi et al. 2004

VIRMOS

I~24

Z~0.9

LVW et al.

COSMOS should reach ~ same accuracy with two major differences:

-followups. In particular photoz enables lenses selection, 3D lensing, etc…

-morphology

-depth enables high order statistics despite small FOV.

redshift distributions based on the Hubble deep fields

25.<i<27.

Zphot~1.4

Cycle 12 area Polygon masks (ds9 format) are available

PSF anisotropy pattern averaged over cycle 12 chips

Preliminary E and B modes aperture mass

LCDM model with s8=0.8 and zS~1.4

~30 stars per chip

Needs image reprocessing with smaller pixel size?

Star-gal shear aperture correlation

Star-gal shear correlation function

Strong lensing with R. Gavazzi (OMP, Toulouse)

Inverse pixel mapping into the source plane

Singular IS

Zlens~0.4

Zsource~3

Re=1.58”

M~4.4x1011 Mo h70-1