CHANG-ES IX: Radio scale heights and scale lengths of a consistent sample of 13 spiral galaxies seen edge-on and their correlations

@article{Krause2017CHANGESIR,
  title={CHANG-ES IX: Radio scale heights and scale lengths of a consistent sample of 13 spiral galaxies seen edge-on and their correlations},
  author={M. Krause and Judith A. Irwin and Theresa Wiegert and Arpad Miskolczi and A. Damas-Segovia and Rainer Beck and Jiang-Tao Li and George Heald and Peter Muller and Yelena Stein and Richard J. Rand and Volker Heesen and R. A. M. Walterbos and R. J. Dettmar and Carlos J. Vargas and Jayanne English and Eric J. Murphy},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2017}
}
The vertical halo scale height is a crucial parameter to understand the transport of cosmic-ray electrons (CRE) and their energy loss mechanisms in spiral galaxies. Until now, the radio scale height could only be determined for a few edge-on galaxies because of missing sensitivity at high resolution. We developed a sophisticated method for the scale height determination of edge-on galaxies. With this we determined the scale heights and radial scale lengths for a sample of 13 galaxies from the… Expand
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