ALMA/Herschel Archival Workshop 2015. Garching, Germany, April 15-17, 2015

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Published on Thursday, 25 December 2014 Written by Удовенко А.П.

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      The higher frequency ALMA bands overlap with the lower frequency (longer wavelength) Herschel bands, and despite the huge difference in spatial resolution, Herschel sources provide ideal targets for ALMA follow up. Furthermore, with more and more ALMA data becoming publically available every day, the possibilities to further explore these two complementary datasets that cover the fields of planetary, Galactic and extragalactic astrophysics, increase manifold. However, Herschel and ALMA data differ greatly and in order to explore their full potential, the archival users need to be aware not only of the contents of the two archives but of the differences of the datasets, as well.
      The target audience are all astronomers that have already used data from either of the two facilities and would now want to expand their knowledge to the neighbouring wavelength regime.