Properties of Hi-GAL clumps in the inner Galaxy]{The Hi-GAL compact source catalogue. I. The physical properties of the clumps in the inner Galaxy ($-71.0^{\circ}< \ell < 67.0^{\circ}$)

  title={Properties of Hi-GAL clumps in the inner Galaxy]\{The Hi-GAL compact source catalogue. I. The physical properties of the clumps in the inner Galaxy (\$-71.0^\{\circ\}< \ell < 67.0^\{\circ\}\$)},
  author={Davide Elia and Sergio Molinari and Eugenio Schisano and Michele Roberto Pestalozzi and Stefano Pezzuto and Manuel Merello and Alberto Noriega‐Crespo and Toby Moore and Delphine Russeil and Joseph C. Mottram and Roberta Paladini and F. Strafella and Milena Benedettini and J-Ph. Bernard and Anna Maria Di Giorgio and David J. Eden and Yasuo Fukui and Rene Plume and J. M. Bally and P. G. Martin and Sarah E. Ragan and S. E. Jaffa and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rique Motte and Luca Olmi and Nicola Schneider and Leonardo Testi and Friedrich Wyrowski and Annie Zavagno and Luca Calzoletti and Fabiana Faustini and Paolo Natoli and P. Palmerim and Francesco Piacentini and Lorenzo Piazzo and G{\"o}ran Pilbratt and Danai Polychroni and Adriano Baldeschi and Maite Beltr'an and Nicolas Billot and L. Cambr'esy and Riccardo Cesaroni and Pedro Garc'ia-Lario and M G Hoare and Min Huang and G. Joncas and S. J. Liu and Berlinda Maiolo and K A Marsh and Ylenia Maruccia and Pierre Mege and Nicolas Peretto and Kazi L. J. Rygl and Peter Schilke and Maggie A. Thompson and Alessio Traficante and G Umana and Marcella Veneziani and Derek Ward-Thompson and Anthony Peter Whitworth and Heddy Arab and Marilena Bandieramonte and Ugo Becciani and Massimo Brescia and Carla S. Buemi and Filomena Bufano and Robert Butora and Stefano Cavuoti and A P Costa and Eleonora Fiorellino and {\'A}kos Hajnal and Takahiro Hayakawa and P{\'e}ter Kacsuk and P Leto and Gianluca Li Causi and Nicola Marchili and S. Martinavarro-Armengol and Amata Mercurio and M. Molinaro and Giuseppe Riccio and Hidetoshi Sano and Eva Sciacca and Kengo Tachihara and Kazufumi Torii and Corrado Trigilio and Fabio Vitello and H. Yamamoto},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
Hi-GAL is a large-scale survey of the Galactic plane, performed with Herschel in five infrared continuum bands between 70 and 500 $\mu$m. We present a band-merged catalogue of spatially matched sources and their properties derived from fits to the spectral energy distributions (SEDs) and heliocentric distances, based on the photometric catalogs presented in Molinari et al. (2016a), covering the portion of Galactic plane $-71.0^{\circ}< \ell < 67.0^{\circ}$. The band-merged catalogue contains… 
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