- Table 1:
The various contributions to the uncertainties on the net flux of
the SCUBA maps integrated
in a 120'' diameter aperture centered at
- Table 2:
Net fluxes for the dust emission by the entire galaxy used
for the modeling.
The values take account of all the corrections mentioned in the
a Madden et al. (2003), b Hunter et al. (1989a),
c Hunter et al. (1989b), d Stickel et al. (2000)
& full catalog in prep., e this paper,
f Lisenfeld et al. (2002).
- Table 3:
Fluxes for the entire galaxy used to model the global
The values are corrected for Galactic extinction.
a Israel (1988), b De Vaucouleurs et al. (1991).
- Table 4:
The values are those for the best fit.
For comparison, we give the corresponding values for the Galaxy
from Désert et al. (1990).
- Table 5:
Range of reliability of the physical parameters of the grains
(from errors in the fitting and variations in the assumed
- Table 6:
Temperatures of the grains (other than VCGs).
We give the minimum (
and maximum (
temperatures for the minimum and maximum sizes, component by
All the grains are stochastically heated except the largest
- Table 7:
Dust masses, gas-to-dust and dust-to-metal mass ratios in NGC 1569
deduced from the parameters in Table 4.
The entries corresponding to non-relevant quantities are
blank for more clarity.