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A broad-band spectro-polarimetric view of the NVSS rotation measure catalogue – I. Breaking the nπ-ambiguity
The NRAO VLA Sky Survey (NVSS) Rotation Measure (RM) catalogue is invaluable for the study of cosmic magnetism. However, the RM values reported in it can be affected by n$\pi$-ambiguity, resulting in
Two radio supernova remnants discovered in the outer Galaxy
We report on the discovery of two supernova remnants (SNRs) designated G152.4-2.1 and G190.9-2.2, using Canadian Galactic Plane Survey data. The aims of this paper are, first, to present evidence
A broad-band spectro-polarimetric view of the NVSS rotation measure catalogue – II. Effects of off-axis instrumental polarization
The NRAO VLA Sky Survey (NVSS) rotation measure (RM) catalogue has enabled numerous studies in cosmic magnetism, and will continue being a unique data set complementing future polarization surveys.
The Connection between Supernova Remnants and the Galactic Magnetic Field: A Global Radio Study of the Axisymmetric Sample
The study of supernova remnants (SNRs) is fundamental to understanding the chemical enrichment and magnetism in galaxies, including our own Milky Way. In an effort to understand the connection
The fragmenting superbubble associated with the H II region W4
New observations at high latitudes above the H II region W4 show that the structure formerly identified as a chimney candidate, an opening to the Galactic halo, is instead a superbubble in the
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Context. The magnetic field in spiral galaxies is known to have a large-scale spiral structure along the galactic disk and is observed as X-shaped in the halo of some galaxies. While the disk field
Through thick or thin: multiple components of the magneto-ionic medium towards the nearby H ii region Sharpless 2–27 revealed by Faraday tomography
Sharpless 2-27 (Sh2-27) is a nearby ${\rm H\,{\small II}}$ region excited by $\zeta$Oph. We present observations of polarized radio emission from 300 to 480$\,$MHz towards Sh2-27, made with the
First XMM-Newton observations of a cataclysmic variable I: Timing studies of OY Car
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XMM-Newton observations of the eclipsing, disc accreting, cataclysmic variable OY Car which were obtained as part of the performance verification phase of the mission indicate that the bulk of the X-ray emission originates from the boundary layer which has a negligible height above the surface of the white dwarf.
Magnetism Science with the Square Kilometre Array
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will answer fundamental questions about the origin, evolution, properties, and influence of magnetic fields throughout the Universe. Magnetic fields can illuminate
When disorder looks like order: a new model to explain radial magnetic fields in young supernova remnants
Radial magnetic fields are observed in all known young, shell-type supernova remnants (SNRs) in our Galaxy, including Cas A, Tycho, Kepler, and SN1006 and yet the nature of these radial fields has
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