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GOALS-JWST: NIRCam and MIRI Imaging of the Circumnuclear Starburst Ring in NGC 7469

@inproceedings{Bhn2022GOALSJWSTNA,
  title={GOALS-JWST: NIRCam and MIRI Imaging of the Circumnuclear Starburst Ring in NGC 7469},
  author={Thomas B{\o}hn and Hanae Inami and Tanio D{\'i}az-Santos and Lee Armus and Sean T. Linden and U Vivian and Jason A. Surace and Kirsten L. Larson and Aaron S. Evans and Shunshi Hoshioka and Thomas S.-Y. Lai and Yiqing Song and Joseph M. Mazzarella and Loreto Barcos-Mu{\~n}oz and Vassilis Charmandaris and Justin Howell and Anne M. Medling and George C. Privon and Jeffrey A. Rich and Sabrina Stierwalt and Susanne Aalto and Torsten Boker and Michael J. I. Brown and Kazushi Iwasawa and Matthew A. Malkan and Paul van der Werf and Phil Appleton and Christopher C. Hayward and Francisca Kemper and David R. Law and J. A. Marshall and Eric J. Murphy and David Sanders},
  year={2022}
}
We present James Webb Space Telescope ( JWST ) imaging of NGC 7469 with the Near-Infrared hot dust emission to the 4.4 µ m band. Their NIR colors are also consistent with young ( < 5 Myr) stellar populations and more than half of them are coincident with the MIR emission peaks. These younger, dusty star-forming regions account for ∼ 2% and ∼ 10% of the total 1.5 µ m and 4.4 µ m luminosity of the starburst ring, respectively. The addition of these young regions confirm the age bimodality seen in… 

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