Broadbent, A. and Osborne, J. L. and Haslam, C. G. T. (1989) 'A technique for separating the galactic thermal radio emission from the non-thermal component by means of the associated infrared emission.', Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society., 237 . pp. 381-410.
The correlation between the IRAS 60-micron band emission from the galactic disk and radio continuum emissions measured at 11 and 6 cm is discussed. The contribution of the radio continuum at these frequencies from H II is determined. The 60-micron band is used to separate the thermal component of the radio continuum emission from the synchrotron component, and this method is applied to the identification of new SNR candidates.
|Keywords:||Galactic radiation, Radio waves, Infrared radiation, Angular resolution, Bremsstrahlung, Continuous spectra, Infrared astronomy satellite.|
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