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Far-IR Galaxy Counts Expected in the Iris Survey

  • T.T. Takeuchi (a1), H. Hirashita (a1), T. G. Hattori (a1), K. Ohta (a1) and H. Shibai (a2)...

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Infrared Imaging Surveyor (IRIS, officially Astro-F) is a satellite which will be launched in the winter of 2003. The main purpose of the IRIS mission is an all sky survey in the mid- and far-IR with a flux limit much deeper than that of IRAS. In order to examine the performance of the survey and to find a suitable set of bandpasses for tracing galaxy evolution and picking up protogalaxy candidates as effective as possible using IRIS, we estimated the FIR galaxy counts based on a simple model with various sets of cosmological parameters and evolution types.

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