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Planck early results. XVI. The Planck view of nearby galaxies

Abstract: Theall-sky coverage of the Planck Early Release Compact Source Catalogue (ERCSC) provides an unsurpassed survey of galaxies at submillimetre (submm) wavelengths, representing a major improvement in the numbers of galaxies detected, as well as the range of far-IR/submm wavelengths over which they have been observed. We here present the first results on the properties of nearby galaxies using these data. We match the ERCSC catalogue to IRAS-detected galaxies in the Imperial IRAS Faint Source Redshift Catalogue (IIFSCz), so that we can measure the spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of these objects from 60 to 850?m. This produces a list of 1717 galaxies with reliable associations between Planck and IRAS, from which we select a subset of 468 for SED studies, namely those with strong detections in the three highest frequency Planck bands and no evidence of cirrus contamination. The SEDs are fitted using parametric dust models to determine the range of dust temperatures and emissivities. We find evidence for colder dust than has previously been found in external galaxies, with T < 20K. Such cold temperatures are found using both the standard single temperature dust model with variable emissivity ?, or a two dust temperature model with ? fixed at 2. We also compare our results to studies of distant submm galaxies (SMGs) which have been claimed to contain cooler dust than their local counterparts. We find that including our sample of 468 galaxies significantly reduces the distinction between the two populations. Fits to SEDs of selected objects using more sophisticated templates derived from radiative transfer models confirm the presence of the colder dust found through parametric fitting. We thus conclude that cold (T < 20K) dust is a significant and largely unexplored component of many nearby galaxies.

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 Autoría: Ade P.A.R., Aghanim N., Arnaud M., Ashdown M., Aumont J., Baccigalupi C., Balbi A., Banday A.J., Barreiro R.B., Bartlett J.G., Battaner E., Benabed K., Benoît A., Bernard J.P., Bersanelli M., Bhatia R., Bock J.J., Bonaldi A., Bond J.R., Borrill J., Bouchet F.R., Bucher M., Burigana C., Cabella P., Cardoso J.F., Catalano A., Cayón L., Challinor A., Chamballu A., Chary R.R., Chiang L.Y., Christensen P.R., Clements D.L., Colombi S.,

 Fuente: Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2011, 536, A16

Editorial: EDP Sciences

 Fecha de publicación: 01/12/2011

Nº de páginas: 16

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201116454

ISSN: 0004-6361,1432-0746

Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201116454

Autores/as

ADE, P. A. R.

AGHANIM, N.

ARNAUD, M.

ASHDOWN, M.

AUMONT, J.

BACCIGALUPI, C.

BALBI, A.

BANDAY, A. J.

BARTLETT, J. G.

BATTANER, E.

BENABED, K.

BENOÎT, A.

BERNARD, J.-P.

BERSANELLI, M.

BHATIA, R.

MARCOS LOPEZ-CANIEGO ALCARRIA