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Abstract: The all-sky Planck survey in 9 frequency bands was used to search for emission from all 274 known Galactic supernova remnants. Of these, 16 were detected in at least two Planck frequencies. The radio-through-microwave spectral energy distributions were compiled to determine the mechanism for microwave emission. In only one case, IC?443, is there high-frequency emission clearly from dust associated with the supernova remnant. In all cases, the low-frequency emission is from synchrotron radiation. As predicted for a population of relativistic particles with energy distribution that extends continuously to high energies, a single power law is evident for many sources, including the Crab and PKS?1209-51/52. A decrease in flux density relative to the extrapolation of radio emission is evident in several sources. Their spectral energy distributions can be approximated as broken power laws, S? ? ???, with the spectral index, ?, increasing by 0.5?1 above a break frequency in the range 10?60?GHz. The break could be due to synchrotron losses.
Fuente: A&A 586, A134 (2016)
Editorial: EDP Sciences
Fecha de publicación: 01/02/2016
Nº de páginas: 21
Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista
Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201425022
RITA BELEN BARREIRO VILAS
ANDRES CURTO MARTIN
JOSE MARIA DIEGO RODRIGUEZ
JOAQUIN GONZALEZ-NUEVO GONZALEZ
DIEGO HERRANZ MUÑOZ
MARCOS LOPEZ-CANIEGO ALCARRIA
ENRIQUE MARTINEZ GONZALEZ
PATRICIO VIELVA MARTINEZ