Mapping the Galaxy and Nearby Galaxies by Kazuhito Dobashi (auth.), Keiichi Wada, Françoise Combes

By Kazuhito Dobashi (auth.), Keiichi Wada, Françoise Combes (eds.)

This is a lawsuits publication of the symposium "Mapping the Galaxy and close by Galaxies" hung on Ishigaki Island, Okinawa, Japan, on June 25 – 30, 2006. The symposium concerned about mapping the interstellar media and different parts in galaxies. most up-to-date result of the subsequent major issues are awarded within the volume:

Our Galaxy -- mass distribution, neighborhood ISM, supermassive black holes and their environments

Central a part of within reach galaxies -- ISM round starbursts, fueling mechanisms

Nearby Galaxies -- molecular fuel and famous person formation, gasoline dynamics

Galactic setting and evolution -- formation of our Galaxy, starting place of supermassive black holes

The nature of the darkish topic part -- results at the inner buildings of galaxies

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Panels (a) and (b) show the distribution of AV in the Taurus and Ophiuchus regions, respectively. The resolution of the map is 6 . 0 mag for the ranges AV ≤ 3 and AV > 3 mag, respectively. html where FITS files of the AV map and ASCII files of the catalog are available. 4 Comparison with the FIR Dust Emission We compare our extinction map with the “dust map” composed by Schlegel et al. [13]. They derived a map of color excess E(B − V ) based on the farinfrared (FIR) data provided by COBE/DIRBE and IRAS/ISSA.

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