# Multi-frequency study of supernova remnants in the Large Magellanic Cloud Confirmation of the supernova remnant status of DEM L205

@article{Maggi2012MultifrequencySO,
title={Multi-frequency study of supernova remnants in the Large Magellanic Cloud Confirmation of the supernova remnant status of DEM L205},
author={P Maggi and Frank Haberl and Luke M. Bozzetto and Miroslav D. Filipovi'c and Sean D. Points and You-Hua Chu and Manami Sasaki and Wolfgang Pietsch and Robert A. Gruendl and John R. Dickel and Ralph C. Smith and Richard Sturm and Evan J. Crawford and Ain Y. De Horta},
journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
year={2012},
volume={546},
pages={1-11}
}
• P. Maggi, +11 authors A. Horta
• Published 1 August 2012
• Physics
• Astronomy and Astrophysics
Context. The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is an ideal target for the study of an unbiased and complete sample of supernova remnants (SNRs). We started an X-ray survey of the LMC with XMM-Newton, which, in combination with observations at other wavelengths, will allow us to discover and study remnants that are either even fainter or more evolved (or both) than previously known. Aims. We present new X-ray and radio data of the LMC SNR candidate DEM L205, obtained by XMM-Newton and ATCA, along…
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