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The HerMES Local Luminosity Function

  • Lucia Marchetti (a1) (a2), Mattia Vaccari (a2) (a3) (a4) and Alberto Franceschini (a2)

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We exploit the Herschel Extragalactic Multi-Tiered Survey (HerMES) dataset along with ancillary multi-wavelength photometry and spectroscopy from the Spitzer Data Fusion to provide the most accurate determination to date of the local (0.02<z<0.5) Far-Infrared Luminosity and Star Formation Rate Function. We present and compare our results with model predictions as well as other multi-wavelength estimates of the local star formation rate density.

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The HerMES Local Luminosity Function

  • Lucia Marchetti (a1) (a2), Mattia Vaccari (a2) (a3) (a4) and Alberto Franceschini (a2)

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