The Complex Large-scale Magnetic Fields in the First Galactic Quadrant as Revealed by the Faraday Depth Profile Disparity

@inproceedings{Ma2020TheCL,
  title={The Complex Large-scale Magnetic Fields in the First Galactic Quadrant as Revealed by the Faraday Depth Profile Disparity},
  author={Y. Ma and S. A. Mao and A. Ordog and J. C. Brown},
  year={2020}
}
  • Y. Ma, S. A. Mao, +1 author J. C. Brown
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The Milky Way is one of the very few spiral galaxies known to host large-scale magnetic field reversals. The existence of the field reversal in the first Galactic quadrant near the Sagittarius spiral arm has been well established, yet poorly characterised due to the insufficient number of reliable Faraday depths (FDs) from extragalactic radio sources (EGSs) through this reversal region. We have therefore performed broadband (1–2 GHz) spectro-polarimetric observations with the Karl G. Jansky… CONTINUE READING

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