Mapping Outflowing Gas in the Fermi Bubbles: A UV Absorption Survey of the Galactic Nuclear Wind

@article{Ashley2020MappingOG,
  title={Mapping Outflowing Gas in the Fermi Bubbles: A UV Absorption Survey of the Galactic Nuclear Wind},
  author={Trisha Ashley and Andrew J. Fox and Edward B. Jenkins and Bart P. Wakker and Rongmon Bordoloi and Felix J. Lockman and Blair. D. Savage and Tanveer Karim},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2020}
}
Using new ultraviolet (UV) spectra of five background quasars from the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph on the Hubble Space Telescope, we analyze the low-latitude (|b|=20-30 degree) regions of the Fermi Bubbles, the giant gamma-ray emitting lobes at the Galactic Center. We combine these data with previous UV and atomic hydrogen (HI) datasets to build a comprehensive picture of the kinematics and metal column densities of the cool outflowing clouds entrained in the Fermi Bubbles. We find that the… 
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