CHANG-ES - VI. Probing Supernova energy deposition in spiral galaxies through multiwavelength relationships

@article{Li2015CHANGESV,
  title={CHANG-ES - VI. Probing Supernova energy deposition in spiral galaxies through multiwavelength relationships},
  author={Jiangtao Li and Rainer Beck and R. J. Dettmar and George Heald and Judith A. Irwin and Megan C. Johnson and Amanda A. Kepley and Marita Krause and Eric J. Murphy and Elena Orlando and Richard J. Rand and Andrew W. Strong and Carlos J. Vargas and Ren{\'e} A. M. Walterbos and Q. Daniel Wang and Theresa Wiegert},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={456},
  pages={1723-1738}
}
How a galaxy regulates its supernovae (SNe) energy into different interstellar/circumgalactic medium components strongly affects galaxy evolution. Based on the JVLA D-configuration C- (6 GHz) and L-band (1.6 GHz) continuum observations, we perform statistical analysis comparing multiwavelength properties of the Continuum Haloes in Nearby Galaxies - an EVLA Survey galaxies. The high-quality JVLA data and edge-on orientation enable us for the first time to include the halo into the energy budget… 

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