Infrared-radio relation in the local Universe

@article{Tisanic2021InfraredradioRI,
  title={Infrared-radio relation in the local Universe},
  author={K. Tisani'c and Gianfranco de Zotti and Amirnezam Amiri and Anita Khoram and Saeed Tavasoli and Z. Vidovi'c-Tisani'c},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The Square Kilometer Array (SKA) is expected to detect high-redshift galaxies with star formation rates (SFRs) up to two orders of magnitude lower than Herschel surveys and will thus boost the ability of radio astronomy to study extragalactic sources. The tight infrared-radio correlation offers the possibility of using radio emission as a dust-unobscured star formation diagnostic. However, the physics governing the link between radio emission and star formation is poorly understood… 

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The infrared-radio relation in the local universe