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The Galactic Plane Radio Source G321.48 + 1.02: is it Extragalactic?

  • J. L. Caswell (a1) and R. T. Stewart (a1)

Abstract

strong non-thermal radio sources at low galactic latitude may be young galactic supernova remnants or else distant extragalactic objects located in the direction of the galactic plane merely by chance. Here, we have imaged G321.48 + 1.02 with the Australia Telescope in order to distinguish between these alternatives for this source.

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Caswell, J.L., and Haynes, R.F., 1987, Astron. Astrophys., 171, 261.
Caswell, J.L., Haynes, R.F. and Clark, D.H., 1975, Aust. J. Phys., 28, 633.
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Clark, D.H. and Crawford, D.F., 1974, Aust. J. Phys., 27, 713.
Haynes, R.F., Caswell, J.L. and Simons, L.W.J., 1979, Aust J. Phys., Astrophys. suppl. number 48, 1.

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