Comparison of flux-density measurements from Planck and Herschel at 857 GHz (350 μm).
|Flux density ratio (Herschel/Planck)|
|method||All 141 HRS sources||Discarding SHRS>10 Jy|
|DETFLUX ...........||1.045 ± 0.010||0.982 ± 0.019|
|APERFLUX ...........||1.019 ± 0.011||1.009 ± 0.021|
|PSFFLUX ...........||1.065 ± 0.022||1.016 ± 0.038|
|GAUFLUX ...........||1.056 ± 0.013||1.024 ± 0.024|
Notes. The Planck measurements for all flux-extraction methods are lower than the Herschel results. If, however, the 17 sources in the HRS sample with flux densities greater than 10 Jy are excluded from the analysis, then the flux-density ratios for all flux-extraction methods are within 1σ of unity.
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