An expanding radio nebula produced by a giant flare from the magnetar SGR 1806–20

@article{Gaensler2005AnER,
  title={An expanding radio nebula produced by a giant flare from the magnetar SGR 1806–20},
  author={B. Gaensler and C. Kouveliotou and J. Gelfand and G. Taylor and D. Eichler and R. Wijers and J. Granot and E. Ramirez-Ruiz and Y. Lyubarsky and R. Hunstead and D. Campbell-Wilson and A. Horst and M. Mclaughlin and R. Fender and M. Garrett and K. Newton-McGee and D. Palmer and N. Gehrels and P. Woods},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={434},
  pages={1104-1106}
}
Soft γ-ray repeaters (SGRs) are ‘magnetars’, a small class of slowly spinning neutron stars with extreme surface magnetic fields, B ≈ 1015 gauss (refs 1 , 2 –3). On 27 December 2004, a giant flare was detected from the magnetar SGR 1806 - 20 (ref. 2), only the third such event recorded. This burst of energy was detected by a variety of instruments and even caused an ionospheric disturbance in the Earth's upper atmosphere that was recorded around the globe. Here we report the detection of a… Expand
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The growth, polarization, and motion of the radio afterglow from the giant flare from SGR 1806-20
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