NAME Galactic CENTRE LOBE , the SIMBAD biblio

NAME Galactic CENTRE LOBE , the SIMBAD biblio (51 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.09.18CEST11:44:19

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2021A&A...646A..66P 150           X         3 19 ~ The Galactic center chimneys: the base of the multiphase outflow of the Milky Way. PONTI G., MORRIS M.R., CHURAZOV E., et al.
2021ApJ...913...68Z 300           X         6 7 ~ A supernova-driven, magnetically collimated outflow as the origin of the Galactic Center radio bubbles. ZHANG M., LI Z. and MORRIS M.R.
2021MNRAS.504.1609W 480     A     X   F     9 13 ~ Chandra large-scale mapping of the Galactic Centre: probing high-energy structures around the central molecular zone. WANG Q.D.
2020ApJ...902....9O 93           X         2 37 ~ The central 300 pc of the Galaxy probed by infrared spectra of H3+ and CO. II. Expansion and morphology of the warm diffuse gas. OKA T. and GEBALLE T.R.
2020PASJ...72L...4S 513       S   X C       9 4 ~ Galactic Center threads as nuclear magnetohydrodynamic waves. SOFUE Y.
2020PASJ...72L..10T 868 T   A     X C       17 10 ~ Where is the western part of the
Galactic Center Lobe located really?
2019Natur.567..347P 314           X         7 9 ~ An X-ray chimney extending hundreds of parsecs above and below the Galactic Centre. PONTI G., HOFMANN F., CHURAZOV E., et al.
2019Natur.573..235H 90           X         2 9 ~ Inflation of 430-parsec bipolar radio bubbles in the Galactic Centre by an energetic event. HEYWOOD I., CAMILO F., COTTON W.D., et al.
2019PASJ...71...80N 6388 T   A S   X C       140 6 ~ The
Galactic center lobe filled with thermal plasma.
2018ApJ...855...32S 783           X C       17 60 1 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon emission toward the Galactic bulge. SHANNON M.J., PEETERS E., CAMI J., et al.
2018ApJ...857...59S viz 44           X         1 26 1 Spitzer Infrared Spectrograph observations of the Galactic Center: quantifying the extreme ultraviolet/soft X-ray fluxes. SIMPSON J.P.
2018MNRAS.473.3789A 44           X         1 5 ~ The very faint hard state of the persistent neutron star X-ray binary SLX 1737-282 near the Galactic Centre. ARMAS PADILLA M., PONTI G., DE MARCO B., et al.
2017MNRAS.470.1982S 85           X         2 7 5 The 200-pc molecular cylinder in the Galactic Centre. SOFUE Y.
2016A&A...593A..96R 42           X         1 18 ~ Searching for supergiant fast X-ray transients with Swift. ROMANO P., BOZZO E., ESPOSITO P., et al.
2016ApJ...829....9M 43           X         1 14 25 The interaction of the Fermi bubbles with the Milky Way's hot gas halo. MILLER M.J. and BREGMAN J.N.
2016ApJ...831...72H 234     A     X         6 17 4 The fossil nuclear outflow in the central 30 pc of the Galactic Center. HSIEH P.-Y., HO P.T.P., HWANG C.-Y., et al.
2016MNRAS.459.3005S 84           X         2 15 13 Radio polarimetry of Galactic Centre pulsars. SCHNITZELER D.H.F.M., EATOUGH R.P., FERRIERE K., et al.
2015ApJ...811..142H 412           X         10 17 4 The connecting molecular ridge in the Galactic Center. HSIEH P.-Y., HO P.T.P. and HWANG C.-Y.
2015MNRAS.450.2025A viz 247           X C       5 29 20 The HIPASS survey of the Galactic plane in radio recombination lines. ALVES M.I.R., CALABRETTA M., DAVIES R.D., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.3627Z 41           X         1 15 5 AGN activity and nuclear starbursts: Sgr A* activity shapes the Central Molecular Zone. ZUBOVAS K.
2015MNRAS.453..172P 1136     A S   X         27 60 39 The XMM-Newton view of the central degrees of the Milky Way. PONTI G., MORRIS M.R., TERRIER R., et al.
2014ApJ...780...72E 41           X         1 22 11 Discovery of possible molecular counterparts to the infrared double Helix nebula in the Galactic Center. ENOKIYA R., TORII K., SCHULTHEIS M., et al.
2014ApJ...790..109M 126           X         3 9 43 Fermi bubbles inflated by winds launched from the hot accretion flow in Sgr A*. MOU G., YUAN F., BU D., et al.
2013ApJ...770L...4M viz 40           X         1 92 20 Atomic hydrogen in a Galactic Center outflow. McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., GREEN J.A., HILL A.S., et al.
2012ApJS..199...12M 80           X         2 10 26 The Australia Telescope Compact Array H I survey of the Galactic Center. McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., DICKEY J.M., GAENSLER B.M., et al.
2012MNRAS.423.3512C 835       S   X C       19 19 61 Non-thermal insights on mass and energy flows through the Galactic Centre and into the Fermi bubbles. CROCKER R.M.
2011A&A...535A..79H 40           X         1 14 45 Cosmic rays and the magnetic field in the nearby starburst galaxy NGC 253 III. Helical magnetic fields in the nuclear outflow. HEESEN V., BECK R., KRAUSE M., et al.
2011ApJ...731...36L 275           X C       6 14 16 A constraint on the organization of the galactic center magnetic field using Faraday rotation. LAW C.J., BRENTJENS M.A. and NOVAK G.
2011MNRAS.411L..11C 513           X C       12 8 42 γ-rays and the far-infrared–radio continuum correlation reveal a powerful galactic centre wind. CROCKER R.M., JONES D.I., AHARONIAN F., et al.
2011MNRAS.413..763C 499     A S   X         12 17 104 Wild at heart: the particle astrophysics of the Galactic Centre. CROCKER R.M., JONES D.I., AHARONIAN F., et al.
2011PASJ...63L..63A 39           X         1 6 10 Stochastic acceleration of cosmic rays in the central molecular zone of the Galaxy. AMANO T., TORII K., HAYAKAWA T., et al.
2010ApJ...708..474L 6709     A D S   X C F     170 10 29 A multiwavelength view of a mass outflow from the Galactic Center. LAW C.J.
2010ApJ...724.1044S 244           X         6 25 541 Giant gamma-ray bubbles from Fermi-LAT: active galactic nucleus activity or bipolar galactic wind? SU M., SLATYER T.R. and FINKBEINER D.P.
2009ApJ...695.1070L 2464 T   A     X C       62 2 12 Radio recombination lines toward the Galactic Center lobe. LAW C.J., BACKER D., YUSEF-ZADEH F., et al.
2009ApJ...702..178Y viz 155           X C       3 492 84 Star formation in the central 400 pc of the Milky Way: evidence for a population of massive young stellar objects. YUSEF-ZADEH F., HEWITT J.W., ARENDT R.G., et al.
2008A&A...478..435R 39           X         1 7 25 Magnetic field near the central region of the Galaxy: rotation measure of extragalactic sources. ROY S., PRAMESH RAO A. and SUBRAHMANYAN R.
2008ApJS..174..481L viz 15       D               1 188 14 A VLA survey for compact radio sources in the galactic center. LAZIO T.J.W. and CORDES J.M.
2008ApJS..177..255L viz 284       D     X         8 34 27 Green bank telescope multiwavelength survey of the Galactic Center region. LAW C.J., YUSEF-ZADEH F., COTTON W.D., et al.
2006PASJ...58..965T 1 13 42 A RIAF interpretation for the past higher activity of the Galactic Center black hole and the 511 keV annihilation emission. TOTANI T.
2005ApJ...626L..23L 5 9 96 Evidence of a weak galactic center magnetic field from diffuse low-frequency nonthermal radio emission. LAROSA T.N., BROGAN C.L., SHORE S.N., et al.
2004ApJS..155..421Y viz 1 33 102 A 20 centimeter survey of the Galactic Center region. I. Detection of numerous linear filaments. YUSEF-ZADEH F., HEWITT J.W. and COTTON W.
2003ANS...324a..17B 15 ~ Spatially resolved Very Large Array 74 MHz observations toward the Galactic Center. BROGAN C.L., NORD M., KASSIM N., et al.
2003ApJ...582..246B 12 6 144 The large-scale bipolar wind in the Galactic Center. BLAND-HAWTHORN J. and COHEN M.
2003ApJ...583L..83N 5 7 76 First results from the submillimeter polarimeter for antarctic remote observations: evidence of large-scale toroidal magnetic fields in the Galactic Center. NOVAK G., CHUSS D.T., RENBARGER T., et al.
2000AJ....119..207L 114 145 A wide-field 90 centimeter VLA image of the Galactic Center region. LAROSA T.N., KASSIM N.E., LAZIO T.J.W., et al.
1996ApJ...459L..69S 1 3 10 High-velocity molecular gas in the galactic center radio lobe. SOFUE Y.
1990ApJS...74..181Z viz 1919 124 A catalog of small-diameter radio sources in the galactic plane. ZOONEMATKERMANI S., HELFAND D.J., BECKER R.H., et al.
1986AJ.....92..818T 4 6 111 Prominent polarized plumes in the Galactic Center region and their magnetic field. TSUBOI M., INOUE M., HANDA T., et al.
1985Natur.317..699U 7 2 59 Origin of the Galactic Centre Lobes. UCHIDA Y., SHIBATA K. and SOFUE Y.
1985PASJ...37..697S 3 3 44 The Galactic Center lobe. SOFUE Y.
1984Natur.310..568S 11 3 143 A Radio Lobe over the Galactic Centre. SOFUE Y. and HANDA T.

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