NAME Cyg Superbubble , the SIMBAD biblio

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1980ApJ...238L..71C 4 6 145 The X-ray superbubble in Cygnus. CASH W., CHARLES P., BOWYER S., et al.
1982SvAL....8..361B 71 T                   1 3 35 The
Cygnus superbubble as the remnant of a peculiar supernova.
BLINNIKOV S.I., IMSHENNIK V.S. and UTROBIN V.P.
1985Ap&SS.108..237B 69 T                   1 38 79 Structure and origin of the
Cygnus superbubble.
BOCHKAREV N.G. and SITNIK T.G.
1986BAAS...18..695F 70 T                   9 0 VLBI angular broadening measurements in the vicinity of the Cygnus "superbubble". FEY A., SPANGLER S. and MUTEL R.
1991ApJ...379..327W 2 5 47 LMC-2 as the blowout of a hot superbubble. WANG Q. and HELFAND D.J.
1992ARA&A..30..391B 66 21 X-ray astronomy missions. BRADT H.V.D., OHASHI T. and POUNDS K.A.
1993A&AS..101...37C 71 T                   73 13 Anomalous proper motions in the Cygnus superbubble region. COMERON F., TORRA J., JORDI C., et al.
1993Ast....21a..47V 9 0 Bubbles in the sky. VAN BUREN D.
1994ApJ...423..652C 71 T                   7 25 The formation of stellar systems by gravitational instability in the Cygnus superbubble. COMERON F. and TORRA J.
1994BAAS...26.1503A 2 ~ Variability of extragalactic radio sources at low frequencies. ALTSCHULER D.R., et al.
1995ApJ...454..643S 6 11 219 First maps of the soft X-ray diffuse background from the ROSAT XRT/PSPC All-Sky Survey. SNOWDEN S.L., FREYBERG M.J., PLUCINSKY P.P., et al.
1996A&A...315..237D 33 21 1.8 MeV line emission from the Cygnus region. DEL RIO E., VON BALLMOOS P., BENNETT K., et al.
1996MNRAS.282..157B 16 34 Shadowing of the 0.25-keV extragalactic X-ray background by the disc of NGC 55. BARBER C.R., ROBERTS T.P. and WARWICK R.S.
1998A&A...330..975C 74 37 Kinematic signatures of violent formation of galactic OB associations from Hipparcos measurements. COMERON F., TORRA J. and GOMEZ A.E.
1998PASP..110..637D 1 21 84 Gamma-ray line emission from radioactive isotopes in stars and galaxies. (Invited review). DIEHL R. and TIMMES F.X.
1999A&A...347..640B 1 23 101 PRONAOS observations of MCLD 123.5+24.9: cold dust in the Polaris cirrus cloud. BERNARD J.P., ABERGEL A., RISTORCELLI I., et al.
1999A&A...352..308W 1 14 56 EUV mapping of the local interstellar medium: the Local Chimney revealed? WELSH B.Y., SFEIR D.M., SIRK M.M., et al.
1999AJ....117..354D viz 1276 1028 A Hipparcos census of the nearby OB associations. DE ZEEUW P.T., HOOGERWERF R., DE BRUIJNE J.H.J., et al.
1999ApJ...511..204T 5 3 Diffuse 0.5-1 keV x-rays and nuclear gamma rays from fast particles in the local hot bubble. TATISCHEFF V. and RAMATY R.
1999Ap&SS.263..197T 72 T                   12 ~ Spectroscopic study of the Cygnus Superbubble. TRAPERO J., ALFARO E.J. and DE MIGUEL D.
2001A&A...371..675U 110 T K                 64 66 The
Cygnus superbubble revisited.
UYANIKER B., FUERST E., REICH W., et al.
2001ApJ...562..446R viz 120 18 X-rays and protostars in the Trifid nebula. RHO J., CORCORAN M.F., CHU Y.-H., et al.
2001SSRv...99..197D 16 1 Gamma-ray lines from CR source regions. DIEHL R.
2002A&A...383..999H 14 31 On the absence of wind bow-shocks around OB-runaway stars: Probing the physical conditions of the interstellar medium. HUTHOFF F. and KAPER L.
2002AstL...28..223L 9 19 Searches for the shell swept up by the stellar wind from Cyg OB2. LOZINSKAYA T.A., PRAVDIKOVA V.V. and FINOGUENOV A.V.
2003ApJ...595..712K 1 11 43 Extrinsic radio variability of JVAS/CLASS gravitational lenses. KOOPMANS L.V.E., BIGGS A., BLANDFORD R.D., et al.
2003SerAJ.167...93G 124 15 Observational data on galactic supernova remnants: I. The supernova remnants within l = 0 deg.-90 deg. GUSEINOV O.H., ANKAY A. and TAGIEVA S.O.
2004AJ....128.1795S 10 11 Composite accretion disk and white dwarf photosphere analyses of the FUSE and Hubble space telescope observations of EY Cygni. SION E.M., WINTER L., URBAN J.A., et al.
2004ApJ...610..402V 74 T                   7 17 Separated at birth: the origin of the pulsars B2020+28 and B2021+51 in the
Cygnus superbubble.
VLEMMINGS W.H.T., CORDES J.M. and CHATTERJEE S.
2005ApJ...622..959B 6 7 Origins of the 1/4 keV soft X-ray background. BELLM E.C. and VAILLANCOURT J.E.
2005ApJ...630L..61C 8 5 86 Getting its kicks: a VLBA parallax for the hyperfast pulsar B1508+55. CHATTERJEE S., VLEMMINGS W.H.T., BRISKEN W.F., et al.
2005AstL...31..245L 5 4 New observations of the pulsar wind nebula in the supernova remnant CTB 80. LOZINSKAYA T.A., KOMAROVA V.N., MOISEEV A.V., et al.
2006A&A...447..489V 9 9 Atomic hydrogen in the one-sided ``compact double'' radio galaxy JVAS 2050+364. VERMEULEN R.C., LABIANO A., BARTHEL P.D., et al.
2006A&A...451...85G         O           11 0 High frequency VLBI observations of the scatter-broadened quasar B2005+403. GABANYI K.E., KRICHBAUM T.P., BRITZEN S., et al.
2006A&A...458..855S 100 104 A new view of the Cygnus X region. KOSMA 13CO 2 - 1, 3 - 2, and 12CO 3 - 2 imaging. SCHNEIDER N., BONTEMPS S., SIMON R., et al.
2008ApJS..176...59B viz 76           X         2 287 58 The Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer survey of O VI absorption in the disk of the Milky way. BOWEN D.V., JENKINS E.B., TRIPP T.M., et al.
2008ApJ...679.1447G 38           X         1 28 12 A far ultraviolet archival study of cataclysmic variables. I. FUSE and HST STIS spectra of the exposed white dwarf in dwarf nova systems. GODON P., SION E.M., BARRETT P.E., et al.
2008MNRAS.388.1751M 38           X         1 17 20 Zooming in on a sleeping giant: milliarcsecond High Sensitivity Array imaging of the black hole binary V404 Cyg in quiescence. MILLER-JONES J.C.A., GALLO E., RUPEN M.P., et al.
2008MmSAI..79..123C 25 1 Outflows and Winds in AGNs: A Case for Simbol-X. CAPPI M., TOMBESI F. and GIUSTINI M.
2009A&A...498..223J 38           X         1 8 15 Discovery and timing of the first 8gr8 Cygnus survey pulsars. JANSSEN G.H., STAPPERS B.W., BRAUN R., et al.
2009A&A...498..419S 38           X         1 19 3 On the possible generation of the young massive open clusters Stephenson 2 and BDSB 122 by ω Centauri. SALERNO G.M., BICA E., BONATTO C., et al.
2009ApJ...699..469C 153           X         4 37 7 Warped ionized hydrogen in the galaxy. CERSOSIMO J.C., MADER S., SANTIAGO FIGUEROA N., et al.
2009ApJ...699..716C 38           X         1 13 1 The ionized structure of the local spur. CERSOSIMO J.C., MULLER R.J. and SANTIAGO FIGUEROA N.
2009PASJ...61..687M 19 2 A super bubble candidate in the Galactic Center and a local enhancement G359.77-0.09. MORI H., HYODO Y., TSURU T.G., et al.
2008PASJ...60..975S 38           X         1 38 35 Distance to NGC 281 in a galactic fragmenting superbubble: parallax measurements with VERA. SATO M., HIROTA T., HONMA M., et al.
2009A&A...506..703M 38           X         1 21 17 New estimates of the gamma-ray line emission of the Cygnus region from INTEGRAL/SPI observations. MARTIN P., KNOEDLSEDER J., DIEHL R., et al.
2010A&A...510A.101F 38           X         1 28 36 On the shape of the spectrum of cosmic rays accelerated inside superbubbles. FERRAND G. and MARCOWITH A.
2011ApJ...727..114R viz 39           X         1 252 18 The Balloon-borne Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope (BLAST) 2005: a 10 deg2 survey of star formation in Cygnus X. ROY A., ADE P.A.R., BOCK J.J., et al.
2011Sci...334.1103A 81 T                   1 14 121 A cocoon of freshly accelerated cosmic rays detected by Fermi in the Cygnus Superbubble. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., ALLAFORT A., et al.
2012A&A...543A.101C viz 78           X         2 297 28 New members of the massive stellar population in Cygnus. COMERON F. and PASQUALI A.
2013ApJ...762...63G 39           X         1 15 13 Very long baseline interferometry search for the radio counterpart of HESS J1943+213. GABANYI K.E., DUBNER G., GIACANI E., et al.
2013PASJ...65...14K 220 T   A     X   F     4 13 9 Is the Cygnus Superbubble a hypernova remnant? KIMURA M., TSUNEMI H., TOMIDA H., et al.
2013ApJ...770...17G 39           X         1 9 1 X-ray discovery of a dwarf-galaxy-galaxy collision. GARMIRE G.P.
2013ApJ...772...50N 39           X         1 41 14 Timing and interstellar scattering of 35 distant pulsars discovered in the PALFA survey. NICE D.J., ALTIERE E., BOGDANOV S., et al.
2013MNRAS.434.1339H 39           X         1 30 12 XMM-Newton observations of the Galactic Centre Region - II. The soft-thermal emission. HEARD V. and WARWICK R.S.
2013RAA....13..547A 39           X         1 9 0 DEFPOS Halpha observations of the W80 Complex. AKSAKER N.
2014PASJ...66....3S 40           X         1 26 8 Absolute proper motion of IRAS 00259+5625 with VERA: Indication of superbubble expansion motion. SAKAI N., SATO M., MOTOGI K., et al.
2014ApJ...788...18B 40           X         1 7 12 The SUPERTIGER instrument: measurement of elemental abundances of ultra-heavy galactic cosmic rays. BINNS W.R., BOSE R.G., BRAUN D.L., et al.
2014A&A...566A..94K 79           X         2 15 16 Feedback by massive stars and the emergence of superbubbles. II. X-ray properties. KRAUSE M., DIEHL R., BOEHRINGER H., et al.
2014ApJ...790..152B 143     A     X         4 18 33 Identification of the TeV gamma-ray source ARGO J2031+4157 with the Cygnus cocoon. BARTOLI B., BERNARDINI P., BI X.J., et al.
2015A&A...573A..73K 40         O X         1 36 11 XMM-Newton study of 30 Doradus C and a newly identified MCSNR J0536-6913 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. KAVANAGH P.J., SASAKI M., BOZZETTO L.M., et al.
2015ApJ...802...91T 41           X         1 16 17 Suzaku X-ray observations of the Fermi bubbles: northernmost cap and southeast claw discovered with MAXI-SSC. TAHARA M., KATAOKA J., TAKEUCHI Y., et al.
2015A&A...577A.111K 144     A     X         4 14 12 Revisiting the birth locations of pulsars B1929+10, B2020+28, and B2021+51. KIRSTEN F., VLEMMINGS W., CAMPBELL R.M., et al.
2015PASJ...67...66N 666     A     X C       16 12 1 Astrometry of Galactic star-forming region IRAS 20126+4104 with VERA. NAGAYAMA T., OMODAKA T., HANDA T., et al.
2015AJ....150..191R viz 40           X         1 243 6 The young stellar population of the Cygnus-X DR15 region. RIVERA-GALVEZ S., ROMAN-ZUNIGA C.G., JIMENEZ-BAILON E., et al.
2015PASJ...67..121S 121           X C       2 6 9 Suzaku monitoring of the Wolf-Rayet binary WR 140 around periastron passage: An approach for quantifying the wind parameters. SUGAWARA Y., MAEDA Y., TSUBOI Y., et al.
2016ApJ...826...63L 81           X         2 33 6 Expectation on observation of supernova remnants with the LHAASO project. LIU Y., CAO Z., CHEN S., et al.
2016ApJ...831..148M 82           X         2 7 11 Galactic cosmic ray origins and OB associations: evidence from supertiger observations of elements 26Fe through 40Zr. MURPHY R.P., SASAKI M., BINNS W.R., et al.
2018A&A...615A..82M 125           X         3 10 ~ A new gamma-ray source unveiled by AGILE in the region of Orion. MARCHILI N., PIANO G., CARDILLO M., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.1537G 42           X         1 24 1 Lack of thermal energy in superbubbles: hint of cosmic rays? GUPTA S., NATH B.B., SHARMA P., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.4526L 42           X         1 6 3 Constraining the properties of the magnetic turbulence in the Geminga region using HAWC γ-ray data. LOPEZ-COTO R. and GIACINTI G.
2018MNRAS.480.3826B 42           X         1 21 3 Galactic binaries can explain the Fermi Galactic centre excess and 511 keV emission. BARTELS R., CALORE F., STORM E., et al.
2019ApJS..245...30L 170           X C       3 16 ~ The origin of cosmic rays: how their composition defines their sources and sites and the processes of their mixing, injection, and acceleration. LINGENFELTER R.E.
2020Natur.588..227P 26     A               1 16 ~ Detection of large-scale X-ray bubbles in the Milky Way halo. PREDEHL P., SUNYAEV R.A., BECKER W., et al.
2020ApJ...905...91B 4788 T   A D     X C       109 29 ~ A HaloSat analysis of the
Cygnus Superbubble.
BLUEM J., KAARET P., FUELBERTH W., et al.
2021NatAs...5..465A 45           X         1 13 ~ HAWC observations of the acceleration of very-high-energy cosmic rays in the Cygnus Cocoon. ABEYSEKARA A.U., ALBERT A., ALFARO R., et al.
2021A&A...650A.171O 45           X         1 19 ~ The peculiar nebula Simeis 57. II. Distance, nature and excitation. OUDSHOORN L.H.T., ISRAEL F.P., BRINCHMANN J., et al.

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