First look at the multiphase interstellar medium using synthetic observations from low-frequency Faraday tomography

@article{Bracco2022FirstLA,
  title={First look at the multiphase interstellar medium using synthetic observations from low-frequency Faraday tomography},
  author={Andrea Bracco and Evangelia Ntormousi and Vibor Jeli'c and Marco Padovani and B. vSiljeg and Ana Erceg and Luka Turi'c and L. Ceraj and I. vSnidari'c},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
Faraday tomography of radio polarimetric data below 200MHz from the LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) has been providing new perspectives on the diffuse and magnetized interstellar medium (ISM). One aspect of particular interest is the unexpected discovery of Faraday-rotated synchrotron polarization associated with structures of neutral gas, as traced by atomic hydrogen (HI) and dust. Here, we present the first in-depth numerical study of these LOFAR results. We produced and analyzed comprehensive… 

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