A 3D extinction map of the northern Galactic plane based on IPHAS photometry

@article{Sale2014A3E,
  title={A 3D extinction map of the northern Galactic plane based on IPHAS photometry},
  author={S E Sale and J E Drew and Geert Barentsen and H. J. Farnhill and Roberto Raddi and Michael J. Barlow and Jochen Eisloffel and Jorick S. Vink and Pablo Rodr'iguez-Gil and Nicholas J. Wright},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={443},
  pages={2907-2922}
}
  • S. Sale, J. Drew, N. Wright
  • Published 30 May 2014
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
We present a three dimensional map of extinction in the Northern Galactic Plane derived using photometry from the IPHAS survey. The map has fine angular ( 10 0 ) and distance (100 pc) sampling allied to a significant depth (& 5 kpc). We construct the map using a method based on a hierarchical Bayesian model as previously described by Sale (2012). In addition to mean extinction, we also measure differential extinction, which arises from the fractal nature of the ISM, and show that it will be the… 
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