Three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic studies of the non-thermal X-ray morphologies of SN 1006

@article{Yu2015ThreedimensionalMS,
  title={Three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic studies of the non-thermal X-ray morphologies of SN 1006},
  author={Huan Yu and Jun Fang and Peng Zhang and Li Zhang},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2015},
  volume={579}
}
Context. The observations of the synchrotron emission from the supernova remnant (SNR) SN 1006 indicate a bilateral morphology, which is mainly characterized by two opposite bright limbs with knots and filaments along the boundary of the remnant. The morphology is not strictly circular with disturbances and bumps at the rim of the remnant. For instance, one big bump is located on the northeastern (NE) limb and several relatively small ones on the southwestern (SW) limb on the detected… 
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