Radio telescopes reveal Milky Way’s supernova remnants

February 2nd, 2023

LabOnline, Other, 02/02/2023
A research team led by Macquarie University and Italy’s National Institute of Astrophysics (INAF) has used Australia’s two greatest radio telescopes to create the most detailed radio image yet of the Milky Way galaxy, showcasing remnants of star births and deaths. Radio observations of a large section of the galactic plane of the Milky Way were conducted with the ASKAP radio telescope and the Parkes radio telescope, Murriyang, both owned and operated by CSIRO, as part of the PEGASUS and EMU (Evolutionary Map of the Universe) surveys.

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