MULTI-FREQUENCY OBSERVATIONS OF A SUPERBUBBLE IN THE LMC: THE CASE OF LHA 120–N 70

@article{DeHorta2014MULTIFREQUENCYOO,
  title={MULTI-FREQUENCY OBSERVATIONS OF A SUPERBUBBLE IN THE LMC: THE CASE OF LHA 120–N 70},
  author={Ain De Horta and E. R. Sommer and Miroslav D. Filipovi'c and Andrew O’Brien and Luke M. Bozzetto and Jordan D. Collier and Graeme F. Wong and Evan J. Crawford and N. F. H. Tothill and P. Maggi and Frank Haberl},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={147}
}
We present a detailed study of new Australia Telescope Compact Array and XMM-Newton observations of LHA 120–N 70 (hereafter N 70), a spherically shaped object in the Large Magellanic Cloud, classified as a superbubble. Both archival and new observations were used to produce high quality radio continuum, X-ray, and optical images. The radio spectral index of N 70 is estimated to be α = −0.12 ± 0.06, indicating that while a supernova (SN) or supernovae have occurred in the region at some time in… 

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