To investigate the nature and the evolution of optically faint, luminous infrared starburst galaxies, a deep survey of two 44'×44' fields in the Lockman Hole region was conducted using ISOPHOT camera on ISO at 95 and 175 μm (Kawara et al. 1998). We present the preliminary results from our multi-wavelength investigations of the identified sources in the Lockman Hole ROSAT/XMM deep field (de Ruiter et al. 1997, Hasinger et al. 2001). One or more radio sources are found at the source position in more than 80% of cases, and spectroscopic redshifts of about 50% of the sources have been obtained so far.
|Number of pages||1|
|Journal||Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica: Serie de Conferencias|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
|Event||Galaxy Evolution: Theory and Observations - Cozumel, Mexico|
Duration: 2002 Apr 8 → 2002 Apr 12