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Two Remarkably Thin CO Filaments Toward the Supernova Remnant G109.1-1.0

  • K. Tatematsu (a1), Y. Fukui (a1), T. Iwata (a1) and M. Nakano (a2)

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We observed the semicircular supernova remnant G109.1-1.0 in the J = 1-0 transition of CO with the Nobeyama 45-m radio telescope. It is found that two remarkably thin molecular filaments delineate the inner boundary of the X-ray jet feature in this remnant. These filaments seem to have experienced evaporation due to the hot gas in the remnant.

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Two Remarkably Thin CO Filaments Toward the Supernova Remnant G109.1-1.0

  • K. Tatematsu (a1), Y. Fukui (a1), T. Iwata (a1) and M. Nakano (a2)

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