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Radio Emission from Young Supernova Remnants: Effects of an Inhomogeneous Circumstellar Medium

  • John R. Dickel (a1), Jean A. Eilek (a2) and Eric M. Jones (a3)

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The evolution of young supernova remnants has been modeled using a 1-dimensional hydrodynamic code. Turbulent dynamo amplification of magnetic fields and both turbulent and shock acceleration of relativistic electrons have been included macroscopically to produce synchotron radiation. The observed radio morphology cannot be reproduced by expansion into a homogeneous medium; it appears that many small cloudlets must be present in the circumstellar material.

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Radio Emission from Young Supernova Remnants: Effects of an Inhomogeneous Circumstellar Medium

  • John R. Dickel (a1), Jean A. Eilek (a2) and Eric M. Jones (a3)

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