Monthly Archives: June 2013

Tuesday 6/25/13

Sorry – late! Title: Herschel-SPIRE-Fourier Transform Spectroscopy of the nearby spiral galaxy IC342 Authors: Rigopoulou, D.; Hurley, P. D.; Swinyard, B. M.; Virdee, J.; Croxall, K. V.; Hopwood, R. H. B.; Lim, T.; Magdis, G. E.; Pearson, C. P.; Pellegrini, … Continue reading

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Wednesday 26th June 2013

The roles of star formation and AGN activity of IRS sources in the HerMES fields Anna Feltre, Evanthia Hatziminaoglou, Antonio HernĂ¡n-Caballero, Jacopo Frtiz, Alberto Franceschini, Jamie Bock, Asantha Cooray, Duncan Farrah, Eduardo A. Gonzalez-Solares, Edo Ibar, Kate G. Isaak, Barbara … Continue reading

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Thursday June 20th, 2013

Dust in the polar region as a major contributor to the IR emission of AGN Sebastian F. Hoenig (1), Makoto Kishimoto (2), Konrad R. W. Tristram (2), M. Almudena Prieto (3), Poshak Gandhi (4,5), Daniel Asmus (2), Robert Antonucci (1), … Continue reading

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Wednesday 19th June 2013

Stellar Populations and the Star Formation Histories of LSB Galaxies: II. HII Regions James Schombert (UOregon), Stacy McGaugh (Case Western), Tamela Maciel (Cambridge Univ.) The luminosities, colors and H\alpha\ emission for 429 HII regions in 54 LSB galaxies are presented. … Continue reading

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Tuesday 6/18/13

Not too much today, but a study of CO-to-H2 in a diffuse molecular cloud within the Milky Way, which is maybe interesting for some! Title: A High-Resolution Study of the CO-H2 Conversion Factor in the Diffuse Cloud MBM 40 Authors: … Continue reading

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Wednesday 11th June 2013

An In-Depth View of the Mid-Infrared Properties of Point Sources and the Diffuse ISM in the SMC Giant HII Region, N66 David G. Whelan (U. Virginia), Vianney Lebouteiller (CEA Saclay), Frederic Galliano (CEA Saclay), Els Peeters (U. Western Ontario), Jeronimo … Continue reading

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Tuesday, 06/11/13

4 papers of interest today, goodness gracious! The first paper (Costagliola et al.) investigates whether the compact nucleus of NGC 4418 (nearby LIRG) is fueled by a starburst or an AGN using mm and cm lines. Possibly relevant for investigating … Continue reading

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