Monthly Archives: February 2013

Thursday February 28th, 2013

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Wednesday 27th Feb 2013

arXiv:1302.6236 A redline starburst: CO(2-1) observations of an Eddington-limited galaxy reveal star formation at its most extreme J. E. Geach (McGill), R. C. Hickox (Dartmouth), A. M. Diamond-Stanic (UCSD), M. Krips (IRAM), J. Moustakas (Siena College), C. A. Tremonti (Wisconsin-Madison), … Continue reading

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Tuesday 02/26/13

Two dusty papers today. The first, Eric Murphy et al., compares the radio and MIR properties of LIRG and ULIRGs. Interestingly, the radio spectral index correlates with the compactness of the starburst region, as measured by size of the radio … Continue reading

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Fri Feb 22

The Origin of Dust in Early-Type Galaxies and Implications for Accretion onto Supermassive Black Holes Paul Martini (The Ohio State University), Daniel Dicken (IAS, France), Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann(UFGRS, Brazil) (Submitted on 20 Feb 2013) We have conducted an archival Spitzer study … Continue reading

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February 21st, 2013

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in spatially resolved extragalactic star forming complexes M.S. Khramtsova, D.S. Wiebe, P.A. Boley, Ya.N. Pavlyuchenkov (Submitted on 20 Feb 2013) The abundance of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in low- and high-metallicity galaxies has been widely discussed since … Continue reading

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Wednesday 20th Feb 2013

arXiv:1302.4436 Herschel-ATLAS: a binary HyLIRG pinpointing a cluster of starbursting proto-ellipticals R. J. Ivison (UK ATC and IfA, Edinburgh), A. M. Swinbank, Ian Smail, A. I. Harris, R. S. Bussmann, A. Cooray, P. Cox, Hai Fu, A. Kovacs, M. Krips, … Continue reading

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Tuesday 2/19/13

Want to measure TIR in your favorite galaxy using Spitzer and/or Herschel bands? The first paper below (Galametz et al.) provides calibrations in order to do that. The second paper (Agius et al.) might be most interesting for me, comparing … Continue reading

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