THE IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL MODELS FOR DERIVING DUST MASSES AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS IN SUPERNOVA EJECTA. I. RADIATIVELY HEATED DUST IN THE CRAB NEBULA

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Journal Articles
Full Title
THE IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL MODELS FOR DERIVING DUST MASSES AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS IN SUPERNOVA EJECTA. I. RADIATIVELY HEATED DUST IN THE CRAB NEBULA
Author(s)
Temim T, Dwek E
Publication Title
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROPHYS J
Publication Date
2013 Sep 1
DOI
10.1088/0004-637X/774/1/8
ISSN
0004-637X
Volume
774
Issue
1
Page Count
8
Article Number
8
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, dust, extinction, infrared: ISM, ISM: individual objects (Crab Nebula), ISM: supernova remnants, pulsars: individual (PSR B0531+21), LARGE-MAGELLANIC-CLOUD, DIFFUSE INTERSTELLAR-MEDIUM, SPITZER-SPACE-TELESCOPE, EARLY UNIVERSE, MASSIVE STARS, PHOTOELECTRIC-EMISSION, CHEMICAL EVOLUTION, INFRARED-EMISSION, II SUPERNOVAE, AGB STARS
Citation
Temim T, Dwek E. THE IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL MODELS FOR DERIVING DUST MASSES AND GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS IN SUPERNOVA EJECTA. I. RADIATIVELY HEATED DUST IN THE CRAB NEBULA. ASTROPHYS J. 2013;774 (1):8.
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