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HerMES: The Contribution to the Cosmic Infrared Background from Galaxies Selected by Mass and Redshift. / Viero, M. P.; Moncelsi, L.; Quadri, R. F.; Arumugam, V.; Assef, R. J.; Béthermin, M.; Bock, J.; Bridge, C.; Casey, C. M.; Conley, A.; Cooray, A.; Farrah, D.; Glenn, J.; Heinis, S.; Ibar, E.; Ikarashi, S.; Ivison, R. J.; Kohno, K.; Marsden, G.; Oliver, S. J.; Roseboom, I. G.; Schulz, B.; Scott, D.; Serra, P.; Vaccari, M.; Vieira, J. D.; Wang, L.; Wardlow, J.; Wilson, G. W.; Yun, M. S.; Zemcov, M.

In: The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 779, No. 1, 01.12.2013, p. 32.

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Viero, MP, Moncelsi, L, Quadri, RF, Arumugam, V, Assef, RJ, Béthermin, M, Bock, J, Bridge, C, Casey, CM, Conley, A, Cooray, A, Farrah, D, Glenn, J, Heinis, S, Ibar, E, Ikarashi, S, Ivison, RJ, Kohno, K, Marsden, G, Oliver, SJ, Roseboom, IG, Schulz, B, Scott, D, Serra, P, Vaccari, M, Vieira, JD, Wang, L, Wardlow, J, Wilson, GW, Yun, MS & Zemcov, M 2013, 'HerMES: The Contribution to the Cosmic Infrared Background from Galaxies Selected by Mass and Redshift', The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 779, no. 1, pp. 32. https://doi.org/10.1088/0004-637X/779/1/32

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Viero, M. P., Moncelsi, L., Quadri, R. F., Arumugam, V., Assef, R. J., Béthermin, M., Bock, J., Bridge, C., Casey, C. M., Conley, A., Cooray, A., Farrah, D., Glenn, J., Heinis, S., Ibar, E., Ikarashi, S., Ivison, R. J., Kohno, K., Marsden, G., ... Zemcov, M. (2013). HerMES: The Contribution to the Cosmic Infrared Background from Galaxies Selected by Mass and Redshift. The Astrophysical Journal, 779(1), 32. https://doi.org/10.1088/0004-637X/779/1/32

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Viero MP, Moncelsi L, Quadri RF, Arumugam V, Assef RJ, Béthermin M et al. HerMES: The Contribution to the Cosmic Infrared Background from Galaxies Selected by Mass and Redshift. The Astrophysical Journal. 2013 Dec 1;779(1):32. https://doi.org/10.1088/0004-637X/779/1/32

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Viero, M. P. ; Moncelsi, L. ; Quadri, R. F. ; Arumugam, V. ; Assef, R. J. ; Béthermin, M. ; Bock, J. ; Bridge, C. ; Casey, C. M. ; Conley, A. ; Cooray, A. ; Farrah, D. ; Glenn, J. ; Heinis, S. ; Ibar, E. ; Ikarashi, S. ; Ivison, R. J. ; Kohno, K. ; Marsden, G. ; Oliver, S. J. ; Roseboom, I. G. ; Schulz, B. ; Scott, D. ; Serra, P. ; Vaccari, M. ; Vieira, J. D. ; Wang, L. ; Wardlow, J. ; Wilson, G. W. ; Yun, M. S. ; Zemcov, M. / HerMES: The Contribution to the Cosmic Infrared Background from Galaxies Selected by Mass and Redshift. In: The Astrophysical Journal. 2013 ; Vol. 779, No. 1. pp. 32.

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abstract = "We quantify the fraction of the cosmic infrared background (CIB) that originates from galaxies identified in the UV/optical/near-infrared by stacking 81,250 (~35.7 arcmin-2) K-selected sources (K AB <24.0) split according to their rest-frame U - V versus V - J colors into 72,216 star-forming and 9034 quiescent galaxies, on maps from Spitzer/MIPS (24 μm), Herschel/PACS (100, 160 μm), Herschel/SPIRE (250, 350, 500 μm), and AzTEC (1100 μm). The fraction of the CIB resolved by our catalog is (69% ± 15%) at 24 μm, (78% ± 17%) at 70 μm, (58% ± 13%) at 100 μm, (78% ± 18%) at 160 μm, (80% ± 17%) at 250 μm, (69% ± 14%) at 350 μm, (65% ± 12%) at 500 μm, and (45% ± 8%) at 1100 μm. Of that total, about 95% originates from star-forming galaxies, while the remaining 5% is from apparently quiescent galaxies. The CIB at λ ~ 200 μm the bulk originates from 1 350 μm. The contribution from galaxies in the log(M/M ⊙) = 9.0-9.5 (lowest) and log(M/M ⊙) = 11.0-12.0 (highest) stellar-mass bins contribute the least—both of order 5%—although the highest stellar-mass bin is a significant contributor to the luminosity density at z >~ 2. The luminosities of the galaxies responsible for the CIB shifts from combinations of {"}normal{"} and luminous infrared galaxies (LIRGs) at λ ~ 500 μm. Stacking analyses were performed using SIMSTACK, a novel algorithm designed to account for possible biases in the stacked flux density due to clustering. It is made available to the public at www.astro.caltech.edu/~viero/viero_homepage/toolbox.html. Herschel is an ESA space observatory with science instruments provided by European-led Principal Investigator consortia and with important participation from NASA.",
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T1 - HerMES: The Contribution to the Cosmic Infrared Background from Galaxies Selected by Mass and Redshift

AU - Viero, M. P.

AU - Moncelsi, L.

AU - Quadri, R. F.

AU - Arumugam, V.

AU - Assef, R. J.

AU - Béthermin, M.

AU - Bock, J.

AU - Bridge, C.

AU - Casey, C. M.

AU - Conley, A.

AU - Cooray, A.

AU - Farrah, D.

AU - Glenn, J.

AU - Heinis, S.

AU - Ibar, E.

AU - Ikarashi, S.

AU - Ivison, R. J.

AU - Kohno, K.

AU - Marsden, G.

AU - Oliver, S. J.

AU - Roseboom, I. G.

AU - Schulz, B.

AU - Scott, D.

AU - Serra, P.

AU - Vaccari, M.

AU - Vieira, J. D.

AU - Wang, L.

AU - Wardlow, J.

AU - Wilson, G. W.

AU - Yun, M. S.

AU - Zemcov, M.

PY - 2013/12/1

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N2 - We quantify the fraction of the cosmic infrared background (CIB) that originates from galaxies identified in the UV/optical/near-infrared by stacking 81,250 (~35.7 arcmin-2) K-selected sources (K AB <24.0) split according to their rest-frame U - V versus V - J colors into 72,216 star-forming and 9034 quiescent galaxies, on maps from Spitzer/MIPS (24 μm), Herschel/PACS (100, 160 μm), Herschel/SPIRE (250, 350, 500 μm), and AzTEC (1100 μm). The fraction of the CIB resolved by our catalog is (69% ± 15%) at 24 μm, (78% ± 17%) at 70 μm, (58% ± 13%) at 100 μm, (78% ± 18%) at 160 μm, (80% ± 17%) at 250 μm, (69% ± 14%) at 350 μm, (65% ± 12%) at 500 μm, and (45% ± 8%) at 1100 μm. Of that total, about 95% originates from star-forming galaxies, while the remaining 5% is from apparently quiescent galaxies. The CIB at λ ~ 200 μm the bulk originates from 1 350 μm. The contribution from galaxies in the log(M/M ⊙) = 9.0-9.5 (lowest) and log(M/M ⊙) = 11.0-12.0 (highest) stellar-mass bins contribute the least—both of order 5%—although the highest stellar-mass bin is a significant contributor to the luminosity density at z >~ 2. The luminosities of the galaxies responsible for the CIB shifts from combinations of "normal" and luminous infrared galaxies (LIRGs) at λ ~ 500 μm. Stacking analyses were performed using SIMSTACK, a novel algorithm designed to account for possible biases in the stacked flux density due to clustering. It is made available to the public at www.astro.caltech.edu/~viero/viero_homepage/toolbox.html. Herschel is an ESA space observatory with science instruments provided by European-led Principal Investigator consortia and with important participation from NASA.

AB - We quantify the fraction of the cosmic infrared background (CIB) that originates from galaxies identified in the UV/optical/near-infrared by stacking 81,250 (~35.7 arcmin-2) K-selected sources (K AB <24.0) split according to their rest-frame U - V versus V - J colors into 72,216 star-forming and 9034 quiescent galaxies, on maps from Spitzer/MIPS (24 μm), Herschel/PACS (100, 160 μm), Herschel/SPIRE (250, 350, 500 μm), and AzTEC (1100 μm). The fraction of the CIB resolved by our catalog is (69% ± 15%) at 24 μm, (78% ± 17%) at 70 μm, (58% ± 13%) at 100 μm, (78% ± 18%) at 160 μm, (80% ± 17%) at 250 μm, (69% ± 14%) at 350 μm, (65% ± 12%) at 500 μm, and (45% ± 8%) at 1100 μm. Of that total, about 95% originates from star-forming galaxies, while the remaining 5% is from apparently quiescent galaxies. The CIB at λ ~ 200 μm the bulk originates from 1 350 μm. The contribution from galaxies in the log(M/M ⊙) = 9.0-9.5 (lowest) and log(M/M ⊙) = 11.0-12.0 (highest) stellar-mass bins contribute the least—both of order 5%—although the highest stellar-mass bin is a significant contributor to the luminosity density at z >~ 2. The luminosities of the galaxies responsible for the CIB shifts from combinations of "normal" and luminous infrared galaxies (LIRGs) at λ ~ 500 μm. Stacking analyses were performed using SIMSTACK, a novel algorithm designed to account for possible biases in the stacked flux density due to clustering. It is made available to the public at www.astro.caltech.edu/~viero/viero_homepage/toolbox.html. Herschel is an ESA space observatory with science instruments provided by European-led Principal Investigator consortia and with important participation from NASA.

KW - cosmology: observations

KW - galaxies: evolution

KW - infrared: galaxies

KW - large-scale structure of universe

KW - submillimeter: galaxies

U2 - 10.1088/0004-637X/779/1/32

DO - 10.1088/0004-637X/779/1/32

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VL - 779

SP - 32

JO - The Astrophysical Journal

JF - The Astrophysical Journal

SN - 0004-637X

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