Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | VOL. 304
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8-13 μm spectroscopy of NGC 253: a spatially resolved starburst

Publication Date Apr 15, 1999

Abstract

NGC 253 is a nearby spiral galaxy that is currently undergoing a nuclear burst of star formation in a 100 pc diameter region. We present spatially resolved 8--13 μm low-resolution spectra at four positions along the ridge of 8--13 μm emission. We find that the relative strengths of the ionic and dust emission features, and dust continuum emission vary with position in the galaxy, but can be accounted for everywhere without recourse to extinction by silicates. The brightest mid-infrared peak (which is displaced from the nucleus) has elevated levels of both continuum and 11.1--12.9 μm `plateau' emission, indicative of dust heated within a photodissociation region. Spectra obtained over the course of 3 yr at the position of the brightest mid-infrared peak show no significant time variation.

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Dust Emission Features Nearby Spiral Galaxy Photodissociation Region Position Of Peak Ionic Emission Nearby Galaxy Significant Variation Burst Of Star Formation Dust Continuum Emission Mid-infrared Peak

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