The pros and cons of the inversion method approach to derive 3D dust emission properties in the ISM: the Hi-GAL field centred on (l, b) = (30°, 0°)

@inproceedings{Traficante2014ThePA,
  title={The pros and cons of the inversion method approach to derive 3D dust emission properties in the ISM: the Hi-GAL field centred on (l, b) = (30°, 0°)},
  author={Alessio Traficante and Roberta Paladini and Mathieu Compi{\`e}gne and Marta I. R. Alves and Laurent Cambresy and Steven J. Gibson and Christopher T. Tibbs and Alberto Noriega-Crespo and Sergio Molinari and Sean J. Carey and Jim G. Ingalls and Paolo Natoli and Rod D. Davies and Richard J. Davis and Clive Dickinson and Gary Anthony Fuller},
  year={2014}
}
  • Alessio Traficante, Roberta Paladini, +13 authors Gary Anthony Fuller
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Herschel far-infrared continuum data obtained as part of the Hi-GAL survey have been used, together with the GLIMPSE 8 μm and MIPSGAL 24 μm data, to attempt the first 3D-decomposition of dust emission associated with atomic, molecular and ionized gas at 15 arcmin angular resolution. Our initial test case is a 2 × 2 square degrees region centred on (l, b) = (30°, 0°), a direction that encompasses the origin point of the Scutum–Crux Arm at the tip of the Galactic Bar. Coupling the IR maps with… CONTINUE READING

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