Galactic interstellar filaments as probed by LOFAR and Planck

@article{Zaroubi2015GalacticIF,
  title={Galactic interstellar filaments as probed by LOFAR and Planck},
  author={S. Zaroubi and V. Jeli{\'c} and A. Bruyn and F. Boulanger and A. Bracco and R. Kooistra and M. Alves and M. Brentjens and K. Ferri{\`e}re and T. Ghosh and L. Koopmans and F. Levrier and M. Miville-Desch{\^e}nes and L. Montier and V. Pandey and J. Soler},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={454}
}
  • S. Zaroubi, V. Jelić, +13 authors J. Soler
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Recent Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR) observations at 115-175 MHz of a field at medium Galactic latitudes (centred at the bright quasar 3C196) have shown striking filamentary structures in polarization that extend over more than 4° across the sky. In addition, the Planck satellite has released full sky maps of the dust emission in polarization at 353 GHz. The LOFAR data resolve Faraday structures along the line of sight, whereas the Planck dust polarization maps probe the orientation of the sky… CONTINUE READING
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