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Spectroscopic Observations of the Fermi Bubbles

@article{Fox2019SpectroscopicOO,
  title={Spectroscopic Observations of the Fermi Bubbles},
  author={Andrew J. Fox and Trisha Ashley and Robert A. Benjamin and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and Rongmon Bordoloi and Sara Cazzoli and Svea Hernandez and Tanveer Karim and Edward B. Jenkins and Felix J. Lockman and Tae-Sun Kim and Bart P. Wakker},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2019}
}
Two giant plasma lobes, known as the Fermi Bubbles, extend 10 kpc above and below the Galactic Center. Since their discovery in X-rays in 2003 (and in gamma-rays in 2010), the Bubbles have been recognized as a new morphological feature of our Galaxy and a striking example of energetic feedback from the nuclear region. They remain the subject of intense research and their origin via AGN activity or nuclear star formation is still debated. While imaging at gamma-ray, X-ray, microwave, and radio… 

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