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A technique for separating the galactic thermal radio emission from the non-thermal component by means of the associated infrared emission

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.

Abstract

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.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Galactic radiation, Radio waves, Infrared radiation, Angular resolution, Bremsstrahlung, Continuous spectra, Infrared astronomy satellite.
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Publisher Web site:http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-bib_query?bibcode=1989MNRAS.237..381B&db_key=AST
Record Created:22 Nov 2006
Last Modified:23 Nov 2010 12:50

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