The Hawaii Two-0 Survey (H20) is a 30 deg2 ultradeep galaxy survey combining Subaru Hyper-SuprimeCam imaging, CFHT MegaCam imaging, Spitzer imaging, & Keck DEIMOS spectroscopy of two Euclid Deep Calibration Fields (EDF-N and EDF-F).

Euclid Taking Data!

The European Space Agency Euclid Mission successfully launched on July 1, 2023. Read more details on the mission here: https://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Space_Science/Euclid

Catalogue Release

The first H20 data catalogue release planned for Fall, 2024.

Subaru

Hyper Suprime-Cam

Subaru Telescope is the 8.2-meter (320 in) flagship telescope of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.

Keck

DEIMOS/MOSFIRE

The twin 10-meter Keck Observatory telescopes are among the world’s most scientifically productive optical and infrared telescopes.

CFHT

MegaCam

The CFH Telescope is a 3.2-meter optical/infrared telescope that is a joint facility of Canada, France, and Hawaii. 

H20 News

Isabella Valdes Awarded the NSF GRFP!

April, 2024

Isabella’s proposal, “An Innovative Study of Galaxies in Euclid Deep Fields Using Machine Learning”, was funded by the NSF.

H20 Overview Paper – Final Version Submitted to Euclid Board

April, 2024

Euclid Preparation. TBD. The Cosmic Dawn Survey (DAWN) of the Euclid Deep and Auxiliary Fields” (McPartland et al. 2024) submitted to the Euclid Consortium Editorial Board. 

H20 DR1 Catalog Paper Submitted to Euclid Board

April, 2024

Euclid Preparation. TBD. Cosmic Dawn Survey: Data Release 1 Multiwavelength Catalogues for Euclid Deep Field North and Euclid Deep Field Fornax” (Zalesky et al. 2024) submitted to the Euclid Consortium Editorial Board. 

Grey Murphree Advanced to PhD Candidacy

November, 2023

Grey successfully proposed their PhD project, “Constraining Structure Formation at High Redshift,” which will be advised by István Szapudi.

NEP Coverage Expanded to 20 deg2

October, 2023

Following new requirement mandated by the Euclid Board.

Grey Murphree Awarded the NSF GRFP!

April, 2023

Grey’s project, “Measuring Density Fluctuations at High Redshift”, was funded by the NSF. 

Grey Murphree’s 699-1 Project Completed

September 16, 2022

Grey’s project, “Measing Linear Galaxy Bias at High Redshift”, is completed and was successfully evaluated by the GROG. 

2021 REU Project Presented at AAS

June 14 2022

Isabella Valdes’s 2021 REU project, “Analysis of ~1500 Massive High-Redshift Galaxies in the Hawaii Twenty Square Degree Survey”, presented at the Summer 2022 AAS conference. 

Science Goals

Galaxy Evolution

Probe the assembly of massive galaxies by tracing the evolution of their stellar mass function with >500,000 galaxies at 3 < z < 6 and including several thousand at z > 6.

Stellar Mass Functions

Link the stellar mass of galaxies to their dark matter halos via clustering, for testing of cosmological models.

Dark Energy

Constrain the properties of dark energy using the non-linear power spectrum at high-redshift.

Galaxy Formation

Identify the earliest sites of galaxy formation and reionization, and spectroscopically confirm high-escape fraction candidates.

Quenching in the Early Universe

Identify and confirm the first galaxies to quench their star formation.

Institute for Astronomy

We are one of the largest university astronomy programs in the world.