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Non-thermal radio emission from Wolf-Rayet stars

  • Jessica M. Chapman (a1) (a2), Claus Leitherer (a3) and Bärbel Koribalski (a2)

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We have used the Australia Telescope Compact Array to search for radio continuum emission at λ 3, 6, 13 and 20 cm from a distance-limited sample of 36 southern Wolf-Rayet stars within 3 kpc of the Sun. The observations were taken between 1994 and 1997. Radio continuum emission has been detected from 16 sources at 3 cm. Of these 11 sources were detected at 6 cm, seven sources were detected at 13 cm and 2 sources were detected at 20 cm (Chapman et al. 1999).

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Chapman, J.M., Leitherer, C., Koribalski, B., Bouter, R., Storey, M. 1999 ApJ in press
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Non-thermal radio emission from Wolf-Rayet stars

  • Jessica M. Chapman (a1) (a2), Claus Leitherer (a3) and Bärbel Koribalski (a2)

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