Proc. IAU volume 12, issue S333, P166-167 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317011279 View full text
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K. Perger, S. Pinter, S. Frey, L. V. Tóth

Abstract: AbstractOne of the most certain ways to determine star formation rate in galaxies is based on far infrared (FIR) measurements. To decide the origin of the observed FIR emission, subtracting the Galactic foreground is a crucial step. We utilized Herschel photometric data to determine the hydrogen column densities in three galactic latitude regions, at b = 27°, 50° and −80°. We applied a pixel-by-pixel fit to the spectral energy distribution (SED) for the images aquired from parallel PACS-SPIRE observations in a…

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