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Diagnostics of dust obscured galactic nuclei with ISO spectroscopy

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Soon after the IRAS mission, the first ever mission in exploring the Infrared world from space, it was realised that there exists a great number of galaxy populations that are extremely luminous at infrared wavelengths. Yet, their optical output was significantly smaller when compared to their infrared one. The enormous amounts of dust present in these galaxies is of course the reason for the different appearence of these galaxies at different wavelengths. And although optical spectroscopy is...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Physics, Astrophysics
Volume:
212
Pages:
341-344
Publication date:
1997
URN:
uuid:a7f8e4c4-ff07-412e-91a0-a6a26148841f
Source identifiers:
28897
Local pid:
pubs:28897
ISBN:
0-7923-4518-5

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