Thermal X-ray emission from shocked ejecta in Type Ia supernova remnants: Prospects for explosion mechanism identification

@article{Badenes2003ThermalXE,
  title={Thermal X-ray emission from shocked ejecta in Type Ia supernova remnants: Prospects for explosion mechanism identification},
  author={Carles Badenes and Eduardo Bravo and Kazimierz J. Borkowski and Inma Dom{\'i}nguez},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={593},
  pages={358-369}
}
The explosion mechanism behind Type Ia supernovae is a matter of continuing debate. The diverse attempts to identify or at least constrain the physical processes involved in the explosion have been only partially successful so far. In this paper we propose to use the thermal X-ray emission from young supernova remnants (SNRs) originating in Type Ia events to extract relevant information concerning the explosions themselves. We have produced a grid of thermonuclear supernova models… 
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