Radio Continuum Spectra of Planetary Nebulae
AbstractRadio continuum emission of planetary nebulae is a rich source of information about their structure and physical parameters. Although radio emission is well studied, planetary nebulae show higher spectral indices than expected for homogeneous sphere. A few competing models exist in the literature to explain this discrepancy. We propose that it is related to non-spherical morphology of most of planetary nebulae. View Full-Text
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Hajduk, M.; Van Hoof, P.A.M.; Sniadkowska, K.; Krankowski, A.; Błaszkiewicz, L.; Dabrowski, B.; Zijlstra, A.A. Radio Continuum Spectra of Planetary Nebulae. Galaxies 2019, 7, 6.
Hajduk M, Van Hoof PAM, Sniadkowska K, Krankowski A, Błaszkiewicz L, Dabrowski B, Zijlstra AA. Radio Continuum Spectra of Planetary Nebulae. Galaxies. 2019; 7(1):6.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hajduk, Marcin; Van Hoof, Peter A.M.; Sniadkowska, Karolina; Krankowski, Andrzej; Błaszkiewicz, Leszek; Dabrowski, Bartosz; Zijlstra, Albert A. 2019. "Radio Continuum Spectra of Planetary Nebulae." Galaxies 7, no. 1: 6.
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