Properties of the IRAS and Planck maps from which ZE has been removed.
|[GHz]||[μm]||[arcmin]||[MJy sr-1]||[MJy sr-1]||[%]|
|3000||100||4.3||− 0.174 ± 0.005||−||13.6|
|857||350||4.63||0.093 ± 0.009||−||10.0|
|545||550||4.84||0.095 ± 0.014||0.0148 ± 0.0001||10.0|
|353||850||4.86||0.085 ± 0.006||− 0.0089 ± 0.0001||1.2|
Notes. Column 1: frequency. Column 2: wavelength. Column 3: angular resolution (see Planck Collaboration VII 2014). Column 4: offset (and its uncertainty δOν) removed from the maps to adjust them to a coherent Galactic zero level (see Planck Collaboration VIII 2014). Column 5: amplitude of the residual dipole removed. The residual dipole removed at 353 and 545 GHz is oriented toward , , the direction of the solar dipole estimated using WMAP data (Hinshaw et al. 2009). Column 6: calibration uncertainty.
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