Low-frequency integrated radio spectra of diffuse, steep-spectrum sources in galaxy clusters: palaeontology with the MWA and ASKAP

@article{Duchesne2021LowfrequencyIR,
  title={Low-frequency integrated radio spectra of diffuse, steep-spectrum sources in galaxy clusters: palaeontology with the MWA and ASKAP},
  author={Stefan W. Duchesne and Melanie Johnston-Hollitt and Iacopo Bartalucci},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia},
  year={2021},
  volume={38}
}
Abstract Galaxy clusters have been found to host a range of diffuse, non-thermal emission components, generally with steep, power law spectra. In this work we report on the detection and follow-up of radio halos, relics, remnant radio galaxies, and other fossil radio plasmas in Southern Sky galaxy clusters using the Murchison Widefield Array and the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder. We make use of the frequency coverage between the two radio interferometers—from 88 to $\sim\!900… Expand

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