Magnetic fields and gas in the cluster-influenced spiral galaxy NGC 4254 I. Radio and X-rays observations

@article{Chyzy2007MagneticFA,
  title={Magnetic fields and gas in the cluster-influenced spiral galaxy NGC 4254 I. Radio and X-rays observations},
  author={K. Chyzy and M. Ehle and R. Beck},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2007},
  volume={474},
  pages={415-429}
}
Aims. Radio observations can show how cluster galaxies are affected by various environmental factors, that perturb their morphology, as well as modify properties of the interstellar medium (ISM), especially the characteristics of its magnetic field. Methods. We made high-resolution and high-sensitivity radio-polarimetric VLA observations of NGC 4254 at three frequencies (8.46, 4.86, and 1.43 GHz). The interferometric data were extended with single-dish (100-m Effelsberg) observations. Next we… Expand
Magnetic field evolution in interacting galaxies
Seeking large-scale magnetic fields in a pure-disk dwarf galaxy NGC 2976
...
1
2
3
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 54 REFERENCES
Unusual magnetic fields in the interacting spiral NGC 3627
Magnetic fields in merging spirals - the Antennae
Large-scale magnetized outflows from the Virgo Cluster spiral NGC 4569 - A galactic wind in a ram pressure wind
Gas stripping in galaxy groups – the case of the starburst spiral NGC 2276
A multi-scale study of infrared and radio emission from Scd galaxy M 33
...
1
2
3
4
5
...