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Polarization in the Magellanic Clouds

  • R.F. Haynes (a1), S. Wayte (a2), J.I. Harnett (a3), U. Klein (a4) (a5), R. Wielebinski (a4), U.R. Buczilowski (a4), E. Bajaja (a4), D. Malin (a6), J.D. Murray (a1), A.J. Hunt (a1), R. Wark (a1) and L. Sciacca (a1)...

Abstract

We present new results from a number of deep radio polarization surveys of the Magellanic Clouds at 2.3 GHz, 4.75 GHz and 8.55 GHz. Extended linearly polarized radio emission has been found at 2.3 and 4.75 GHz from both galaxies.

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