Planck 2015 results
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Fig. 10


Maximum posterior (top) and posterior rms (bottom) spinning dust intensity maps derived from the joint baseline analysis of Planck, WMAP, and 408 MHz observations. The top panel shows the sum of the two spinning dust components in the baseline model, evaluated at 30 GHz, whereas the bottom shows the standard deviation of only the primary spinning dust component, evaluated at 22.8 GHz. Note that the top panel employs a non-linear high dynamic range colour scale, while the bottom panel employs a regular linear colour scale.

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