Extrapolation of Galactic Dust Emission at 100 Microns to Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Frequencies Using FIRAS

@article{Finkbeiner1999ExtrapolationOG,
  title={Extrapolation of Galactic Dust Emission at 100 Microns to Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Frequencies Using FIRAS},
  author={Douglas P. Finkbeiner and Marc Davis and David J. Schlegel},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={524},
  pages={867 - 886}
}
We present predicted full-sky maps of submillimeter and microwave emission from the diffuse interstellar dust in the Galaxy. These maps are extrapolated from the 100 μm emission and 100/240 μm flux ratio maps that Schlegel, Finkbeiner, & Davis generated from IRAS and COBE/DIRBE data. Results are presented for a number of physically plausible emissivity models. The correlation of COBE/FIRAS data with the simple Schlegel, Finkbeiner, & Davis (ν2 emissivity power law) extrapolation is much tighter… 
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