The synergy of large area surveys with AKARI and HERSCHEL

Pearson, Chris; Serjeant, Stephen; Sedgwick, Chris; White, Glenn J.; Matsuhara, Hideo; Takagi, Toshinobu; Nagisa, Oi; Murata, Kazumi; Nakagawa, Takao and Yamamura, Issei (2012). The synergy of large area surveys with AKARI and HERSCHEL. Publications of The Korean Astronomical Society, 27(4) pp. 375–380.



The Herschel Space Observatory is the European Space Agency's state of the art telescope launched into space on 14 May 2009, covering the wavelength range from 70-700 microns with 3 instruments SPIRE, PACS and HIFI. Large area surveys are being carried out by Herschel in the AKARI legacy fields at the North and South Ecliptic Poles and the AKARI All-Sky Survey provides additional synergy with the largest survey with Herschel, H-ATLAS, covering more than 500 square degrees. This paper reports on some of the early results of the synergies between Herschel and AKARI including the first comparison of the AKARI All-Sky Survey number counts with the deeper Herschel surveys.

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