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FIR/SUBMM spectroscopy with Herschel: First results from the VNGS and H-ATLAS surveys

Baes, Maarten, Fritz, Jacopo, Rangwala, Naseem, Panuzzo, Pasquale, Wilson, Christine D., Eales, Stephen Anthony and Valtchanov, Ivan 2012. FIR/SUBMM spectroscopy with Herschel: First results from the VNGS and H-ATLAS surveys. Baltic Astronomy 20 (3)

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The FIR/submm window is one of the least-studied regions of the electromagnetic spectrum, yet this wavelength range is absolutely crucial for understanding the physical processes and properties of the ISM in galaxies. The advent of the Herschel Space Observatory has opened up the entire FIR/submm window for spectroscopic studies. We present the first FIR/submm spectroscopic results on both nearby and distant galaxies obtained in the frame of two Herschel key programs: the Very Nearby Galaxies Survey and the Herschel ATLAS.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Physics and Astronomy
Subjects: Q Science > QB Astronomy
Uncontrolled Keywords: galaxies; ism, infrared: galaxies, submillimeter; galaxies, lensed submillimeter galaxies, molecular gas, photodissociation regions, interstellar-medium, high-redshift, emission, dust, m82, instrument, starburst
Publisher: Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy
ISSN: 1392-0049
Last Modified: 04 Jun 2017 04:03

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