Volume 518, July-August 2010
Herschel: the first science highlights
Article Number L27
Number of page(s) 8
Section Letters
Published online 16 July 2010

Online Material

Table 1:   SED-fitting results.

Table 2:   Rest-frame 60 $\mu $m luminosity function in the GOODS-N.

Table 3:   Rest-frame 90 $\mu $m luminosity function in the GOODS-N.

Table 4:   Total IR luminosity function in the GOODS-N.

\end{figure} Figure 5:

Template SEDs of a Starburst (M 82: cyan dot-dashed line), a Seyfert 2 (red dot-dot-dot-dashed) and a Sdm galaxy (green dashed) from the Polletta et al. (2007) library, normalised to the B-band flux.

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\end{figure} Figure 6:

Rest-frame observed SEDs of the PEP 100- and 160-$\mu $m sources fitted by the Polletta et al. (2007) Seyfert 2 template (orange dashed line) with underestimated FIR. The red solid line shows the new ``FIR Seyfert 2'' template obtained by averaging the observed data in wavelength bins.

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\end{figure} Figure 7:

160-$\mu $m/100-$\mu $m flux ratio versus z both observed for the differently classified PEP 160-$\mu $m sources (symbols) and derived from the characteristic templates (curves): green circles and dashed line represent the normal galaxy population; cyan stars and dot-dashed line are for SB; red triangles and dot-dot-dot-dashed line are for AGN2; magenta squares and dotted line are for composite objects; blue triangles and long-dashed line are for AGN1. The upward arrows are for sources not detected at 100 $\mu $m (for which the 3 mJy flux limit has been considered).

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