E-BOSS: an Extensive stellar BOw Shock Survey - I. Methods and first catalogue

@article{Peri2011EBOSSAE,
  title={E-BOSS: an Extensive stellar BOw Shock Survey - I. Methods and first catalogue},
  author={C. S. Peri and P. Benaglia and D. P. Brookes and I. Stevens and N. Isequilla},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2011},
  volume={538}
}
Context. Bow shocks are produced by many astrophysical objects where shock waves are present. Stellar bow shocks, generated by runaway stars, have been previously detected in small numbers and well-studied. Along with progress in model development and improvements in observing instruments, our knowledge of the emission produced by these objects and its origin can now be more clearly understood. Aims. We produce a stellar bow-shock catalogue by applying uniform search criteria and a systematic… Expand
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