Corpus ID: 54642127

Non-thermal emission from galaxy clusters

@inproceedings{Uns2010NonthermalEF,
  title={Non-thermal emission from galaxy clusters},
  author={C. Ferrari Uns and Cnrs and Oca and Laboratoire Cassiop'ee and Nice and France.},
  year={2010}
}
The relevance of non-thermal cluster studies and the importance of combining observations of future radio surveys with WFXT data are discussed in this paper. 
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