Crawford, E. J.; Filipovic, M. D.; Payne, J. L.
March 2008
Serbian Astronomical Journal;2008, Issue 176, p59
Academic Journal
We present the results of new high resolution ATCA observations of SNR J0519-6926. We found that this SNR exhibits a typical "horseshoe" appearance with a=-0.55�0.08 and D=28�1 pc. No polarization (or magnetic fields) were detected to a level of 1%. This is probably due to a relatively poor sampling of the uv plane caused be observing in "snap-shot" mode.


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