Exploring the physics behind the non-thermal emission from star-forming galaxies detected in gamma rays

@article{Kornecki2021ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring the physics behind the non-thermal emission from star-forming galaxies detected in gamma rays},
  author={P. Kornecki and Enrico Peretti and S. del Palacio and Paula Benaglia and Leonardo J. Pellizza},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Star-forming galaxies emit non-thermal radiation from radio to γ-rays. Observations show that their radio and γ-ray luminosities scale with their star formation rates, supporting the hypothesis that non-thermal radiation is emitted by cosmic rays produced by their stellar populations. However, the nature of the main cosmic-ray transport processes that shape the emission in these galaxies is still poorly understood, especially at low star formation rates. Aims. We aim to investigate the… Expand

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