Chandra observations of the planetary nebula IC 4593

@article{Toala2020ChandraOO,
  title={Chandra observations of the planetary nebula IC 4593},
  author={Jes'us A. Toal'a and Mart{\'i}n A. Guerrero and Luciana Bianchi and You-Hua Chu and Orsola De Marco},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={494},
  pages={3784-3789}
}
The ACIS-S camera on board the Chandra X-ray Observatory has been used to discover a hot bubble in the planetary nebula (PN) IC4593, the most distant PN detected by Chandra so far. The data are used to study the distribution of the X-ray-emitting gas in IC 4593 and to estimate its physical properties. The hot bubble has a radius of ~2$^{\prime\prime}$ and is found to be confined inside the optically-bright innermost cavity of IC 4593. The X-ray emission is mostly consistent with that of an… Expand

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