Nanodust in the Interstellar Medium in Comparison to the Solar System View Full Text


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DATE

2012-04-06

AUTHORS

Aigen Li , Ingrid Mann

ABSTRACT

Nanodust, which undergoes stochastic heating by single starlight photons and dominates the near- and mid-infrared emission in the interstellar medium, ranges from angstrom-sized large molecules containing tens to thousands of atoms to grains of a couple of tens of nanometers. The presence of nanodust in astrophysical environments has been revealed by a variety of phenomena: the optical luminescence, the near- and mid-infrared continuum emission and spectral bands, the Galactic foreground microwave emission, and the ultraviolet extinction. These phenomena are ubiquitously seen in the interstellar medium of the Milky Way and beyond. Nanometre-sized grains have also been identified as presolar in primitive meteorites based on their isotopically anomalous composition. Considering the very processes that reveal the presence of nanodust in the ISM for the nanodust in the solar system shows that observing solar system nanodust through these processes is less likely. More... »

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5-30

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-27543-2_2

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