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Table 5

Results for the fit of the synthetic SED to the IRS data using the HST shape model.

η I Rotation Cross-section γ (IRS) Tdust γ (MIPS)
[J K−1 m−2 s−1∕2] [K] [106 m2] [106 m2]
0.7 0 N/A min 1.31 262 24 75 0.83
max 0.64 267 29 79

0.7 50 Prograde min 1.61 254 13 64 0.89
max 0.75 264 25 75
Retrograde min 2.25 267 14 57 0.97
max 0.95 265 24 73

0.7 100 Prograde min 1.79 248 7 60 0.97
max 0.90 258 21 73
Retrograde min 3.42 270 0 34 1.07
max 1.37 262 16 63

0.7 200 Prograde min 2.12 242 0 53 1.09
max 1.21 249 12 67
Retrograde min 0.47 302 31 70 1.21
max 2.21 251 0 44

0.8 0 N/A min 1.85 255 17 69 0.90
max 0.95 259 23 75

0.8 50 Prograde min 2.21 246 2 54 0.97
max 1.09 255 18 70
Retrograde min 3.22 262 3 44 1.06
max 1.33 260 17 66

0.9 0 N/A min 2.51 247 7 61 0.97
max 1.28 253 16 69

1.0 0 N/A min 3.08 242 0 54 1.04
max 1.67 245 7 63

Notes. Combinations (η, I) in bold are compatible with both IRS and MIPS observations. Rotation defines the sense of rotation (P for prograde, R for retrograde, N/A for a null thermalinertia). Cross-section is the cross-section facing SST at the time of observation: minimum or maximum (see text for details). γ (IRS) is the derived scaling factor for the IRS infrared flux. Tdust is the derived temperature of the dust. is the derived dust cross-section in the SL field of view. is the derived dust cross-section in the LL field of view. γ (MIPS) is the scaling factor for the MIPS infrared flux from Table 4.

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