G107.0+9.0: a new large optically bright, radio, and X-Ray faint galactic supernova remnant in Cepheus

@article{Fesen2020G107090AN,
  title={G107.0+9.0: a new large optically bright, radio, and X-Ray faint galactic supernova remnant in Cepheus},
  author={R. Fesen and Kathryn E. Weil and J. Raymond and L. Huet and Martin Rusterholz and D. Cicco and D. Mittelman and S. Walker and M. Drechsler and Sheldon Faworski},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={498},
  pages={5194-5206}
}
Wide-field H-alpha images of the Galactic plane have revealed a new supernova remnant (SNR) nearly three degrees in diameter centred at l = 107.0, b = +9.0. Deep and higher resolution H-alpha and [O III] 5007 Ang images show dozens of H-alpha filaments along the remnant's northern, western, and southwestern limbs, but few [O III] bright filaments. The nebula is well detected in the H-alpha Virginia Tech Spectral-Line Survey images, with many of its brighter filaments even visible on Digital Sky… Expand
New Optically Identified Supernova Remnants in the Large Magellanic Cloud

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