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Title: Cold dust and young starbursts: spectral energy distributions of Herschel SPIRE sources from the HerMES survey
Authors: Roseboom, I. G.
Vaccari, M.
Amblard, A.
Arumugam, V.
Auld, R.
Aussel, H.
Babbedge, T.
Blain, A.
Bock, J.
Boselli, A.
Brisbin, D.
Buat, V.
Burgarella, D.
Castro-Rodriguez, N.
Cava, A.
Chanial, P.
Clements, D. L.
Conley, A.
Conversi, L.
Cooray, A.
Dowell, C. D.
Dwek, E.
Dye, S.
Eales, S.
Elbaz, D.
Farrah, D.
Fox, M.
Franceschini, A.
Gear, W.
Glenn, J.
Solares, E. A. G.
Griffin, M.
Halpern, M.
Hatziminaoglou, E.
Huang, J.
Ibar, E.
Isaak, K.
Ivison, R. J.
Lagache, G.
Levenson, L.
Lu, N.
Madden, S.
Maffei, B.
Mainetti, G.
Marchetti, L.
Mortier, A. M. J.
Nguyen, H. T.
O'Halloran, B.
Oliver, S. J.
Omont, A.
Page, M. J.
Panuzzo, P.
Papageorgiou, A.
Patel, H.
Pearson, C. P.
Perez Fournon I.
Pohlen, M.
Rawlings, J. I.
Raymond, G.
Rigopoulou, D.
Rizzo, D.
Schulz, B.
Scott, D.
Seymour, N.
Shupe, D. L.
Smith, AJ.
Stevens, JA.
Symeonidis, M.
Trichas, M.
Tugwell, K. E.
Valtchanov, I.
Vigroux, L.
Wang, L.
Ward, R.
Wright, G.
Xu, C. K.
Zemcov, M.
First Published: 21-Nov-2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)
Citation: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society , 2010, 409 (1), pp. 2-11
Abstract: We present spectral energy distributions (SEDs) for 68 Herschel sources detected at 5σ at 250, 350 and 500 μm in the HerMES SWIRE-Lockman field. We explore whether existing models for starbursts, quiescent star-forming galaxies and active galactic nucleus dust tori are able to model the full range of SEDs measured with Herschel. We find that while many galaxies (∼56 per cent) are well fitted with the templates used to fit IRAS, Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) and Spitzer sources, for about half the galaxies two new templates are required: quiescent (‘cirrus’) models with colder (10–20 K) dust and a young starburst model with higher optical depth than Arp 220. Predictions of submillimetre fluxes based on model fits to 4.5–24 μm data agree rather poorly with the observed fluxes, but the agreement is better for fits to 4.5–70 μm data. Herschel galaxies detected at 500 μm tend to be those with the highest dust masses.
DOI Link: 10.1111/j.1365-2966.2010.17041.x
ISSN: 0035-8711
Links: http://hdl.handle.net/2381/11510
http://mnras.oxfordjournals.org/content/409/1/2
Version: Publisher Version
Status: Peer-reviewed
Type: Journal Article
Rights: This article has been accepted for publication in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society ©: 2010 the authors. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. Deposited with reference to the publisher’s archiving policy available on the SHERPA/RoMEO website.
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