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Magnetic field components analysis of the SCUPOL 850 microns polarization data catalog

  • Frédérick Poidevin (a1), Diego Falceta-Gonçalves (a1), Grzegorz Kowal (a1), Elisabete De Gouveia Dal Pino (a1) and Antonio-Mário Magalhães (a1)...

Abstract

The SCUPOL catalog is a compilation of 83 regions that were observed at the JCMT between 1997 and 2005. For sufficiently sampled maps, we conduct an analysis for characterizing the polarization and magneto-turbulent properties of the observed regions. The same analysis is done on 2D polarization maps produced by 3D MHD 1024 pixel grid simulations that have been scaled on a sample of observed maps. Each scaled MHD cube of simulated data is used to calculate the mean turbulent regime of each observed regions.

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Crutcher, R. 1999, ApJ, 520, 706
Falceta-Gonçalves, D., Lazarian, A., & Kowal, G. 2008, ApJ 679 537551
Matthews, B. C., McPhee, C., Fissel, L., & Curran, R. L. 2009, ApJSS, 182, 143
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Magnetic field components analysis of the SCUPOL 850 microns polarization data catalog

  • Frédérick Poidevin (a1), Diego Falceta-Gonçalves (a1), Grzegorz Kowal (a1), Elisabete De Gouveia Dal Pino (a1) and Antonio-Mário Magalhães (a1)...

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