Radio modelling of the brightest and most luminous non-thermal colliding-wind binary Apep

@inproceedings{Bloot2021RadioMO,
  title={Radio modelling of the brightest and most luminous non-thermal colliding-wind binary Apep},
  author={S. Bloot and Joseph R. Callingham and Benito Marcote},
  year={2021}
}
Apep is the brightest and most luminous non-thermal colliding-wind binary by over an order of magnitude. It has been suggested from infrared observations that one of theWolf-Rayet stars in Apep is launching an anisotropic wind. Here we present radio observations of Apep from 0.2 to 20GHz taken over 33 years. The spectrum reveals an extremely steep turnover in the flux density at low frequencies, where the flux density decreases by two orders of magnitude over only 325MHz of bandwidth. This… 

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