Modelling the ArH$^+$ emission from the Crab Nebula

@inproceedings{Priestley2017ModellingTA,
  title={Modelling the ArH\$^+\$ emission from the Crab Nebula},
  author={Felix D. Priestley and M. J. Barlow and Serena Viti},
  year={2017}
}
We have performed combined photoionization and photodissociation region (PDR) modelling of a Crab Nebula filament subjected to the synchrotron radiation from the central pulsar wind nebula, and to a high flux of charged particles; a greatly enhanced cosmic ray ionization rate over the standard interstellar value, $\zeta_0$, is required to account for the lack of detected [C I] emission in published Herschel SPIRE FTS observations of the Crab Nebula. The observed line surface brightness ratios… CONTINUE READING

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