SOFIA/HAWC+ View of an Extremely Luminous Infrared Galaxy: WISE 1013+6112

  title={SOFIA/HAWC+ View of an Extremely Luminous Infrared Galaxy: WISE 1013+6112},
  author={Yoshiki Toba and Wei-Hao Wang and Tohru Nagao and Yoshihiro Ueda and Junko Ueda and Chen-Fatt Lim and Yu-Yen Chang and Toshiki Saito and Ryohei Kawabe},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
We present far-infrared (FIR) properties of an extremely luminous infrared galaxy (ELIRG) at $z_{\rm spec}$ = 3.703, WISE J101326.25+611220.1 (WISE1013+6112). This ELIRG is selected as an IR-bright dust-obscured galaxy (DOG) based on the photometry from the Sloan digital sky survey (SDSS) and wide-field infrared survey explorer (WISE). In order to derive its accurate IR luminosity, we perform follow-up observations at 89 and 154 $\mu$m using the high-resolution airborne wideband camera-plus… Expand

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