G337.2+0.1: a New X-Ray Supernova Remnant?

@article{Combi2005G337201AN,
  title={G337.2+0.1: a New X-Ray Supernova Remnant?},
  author={Jorge Ariel Combi and Paula Benaglia and Gustavo E. Romero and Mutsumi Sugizaki},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2005},
  volume={431}
}
We present evidence supporting a SNR origin for the radio source G337.2+0.1, which was discovered along the line of sight to the Norma spiral arm in the MOST 843-MHz radio survey. The radio source is spatially superposed to the unidentified ASCA source AX J1635.9-4719. An analysis of this latter source reveals that its X-ray spectrum, extended nature, and non-variable flux are consistent with what is expected for a SNR. In addition, we have used HI-line observations of the region to look for… 

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