The long helical jet of the Lighthouse nebula, IGR J11014-6103

@article{Pavan2014TheLH,
  title={The long helical jet of the Lighthouse nebula, IGR J11014-6103},
  author={L. Pavan and P. Bordas and G. Puehlhofer and M. Filipovi'c and A. Horta and A. O'Brien and M. Balbo and R. Walter and E. Bozzo and C. Ferrigno and E. Crawford and L. Stella},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={562}
}
  • L. Pavan, P. Bordas, +9 authors L. Stella
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Jets from rotation-powered pulsars have so far only been observed in systems moving subsonically trough their ambient medium and/or embedded in their progenitor supernova remnant (SNR). Supersonic runaway pulsars are also expected to produce jets, but they have not been confirmed so far. We investigated the nature of the jet-like structure associated to the INTEGRAL source IGR J11014-6103 (the "Lighthouse nebula"). The source is a neutron star escaping its parent SNR MSH 11-61A supersonically… CONTINUE READING
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