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Fig. 3


Model fits of the Plutino sample using different modeling approaches and different data samples: the solid and dashed lines are floating-η fits based on combined Herschel and Spitzer and Herschel-only data, respectively; the dash-dotted and dash-dot-dotted lines represent fixed-η fits of combined Herschel and Spitzer and Herschel-only data samples, respectively; datapoints at 23.68 μm and 71.42 μm are Spitzer MIPS data (open circles), those at 70 μm, 100 μm and 160 μm are Herschel-PACS data (filled circles). The model is fit to each flux measurement using the circumstances appropriate for the epoch of that observation. In order to simplify the figures, we have normalized the Spitzer flux densities to the epoch of the Herschel observations using the ratio of the best-fit model flux densities for the Herschel and Spitzer epoch, and then plotted the measured value times this ratio. Uncertainties are rescaled similarly, preserving the SNR for the Spitzer data.

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