AMI observations of Lynds dark nebulae: further evidence for anomalous cm-wave emission

@article{Scaife2009AMIOO,
  title={AMI observations of Lynds dark nebulae: further evidence for anomalous cm-wave emission},
  author={A. M. M. Scaife and Natasha Hurley-Walker and D A Green and Matthew L. Davies and Thomas M. O. Franzen and K. J. B. Grainge and Michael P. Hobson and Anthony N. Lasenby and Guy G. Pooley and Carmen Rodrı́guez-Gonz{\'a}lvez and Richard D. E. Saunders and Paul F. Scott and Timothy W. Shimwell and David J. Titterington and Elizabeth M. Waldram and Jonathan Zwart},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={400},
  pages={1394-1412}
}
Observations at 14.2 to 17.9 GHz made with the Arcminute Microkelvin Imager (AMI) Small Array towards 14 Lynds dark nebulae with a resolution of ≈2 arcmin are reported. These sources are selected from the Submillimetre Common-User Bolometre Array (SCUBA) observations of Visser, Richer & Chandler as small angular diameter clouds well matched to the synthesized beam of the AMI Small Array. Comparison of the AMI observations with radio observations at lower frequencies with matched uv-plane… Expand
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