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2010ApJ...724.1044S 4311           X C       111 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.
2011ApJ...731L..17C 590 T         X         14 4 84 Origin of the
Fermi bubble.
2011MNRAS.413..763C 42           X         1 17 104 Wild at heart: the particle astrophysics of the Galactic Centre. CROCKER R.M., JONES D.I., AHARONIAN F., et al.
2011ApJ...735..115H 39           X         1 10 12 Exploring the dark accelerator HESS J1745-303 with the Fermi large area telescope. HUI C.Y., WU E.M.H., WU J.H.K., et al.
2011ApJ...739...29B 158       S     C       2 4 24 Diffuse emission measurement with the SPectrometer on INTEGRAL as an indirect probe of cosmic-ray electrons and positrons. BOUCHET L., STRONG A.W., PORTER T.A., et al.
2011PASJ...63L..63A 77           X         2 6 10 Stochastic acceleration of cosmic rays in the central molecular zone of the Galaxy. AMANO T., TORII K., HAYAKAWA T., et al.
2012ApJ...746..116C 530 T   A S   X         12 11 20 The Fermi bubble as a source of cosmic rays in the energy range >1015 eV. CHENG K.-S., CHERNYSHOV D.O., DOGIEL V.A., et al.
2012ApJ...747L..12J 275 T     S   X         5 5 20 Magnetic substructure in the northern
Fermi bubble revealed by polarized microwave emission.
2012ApJ...753...61S 548           X C       13 11 64 Evidence for gamma-ray jets in the Milky Way. SU M. and FINKBEINER D.P.
2012MNRAS.423.3512C 1116 T   A S   X C       26 19 61 Non-thermal insights on mass and energy flows through the Galactic Centre and into the
Fermi bubbles.
2012MNRAS.424..666Z 846 T   A     X C       20 6 54
Fermi bubbles in the Milky way: the closest AGN feedback laboratory courtesy of Sgr A*?
2012AJ....144...66K 41           X         1 10 40 The history and environment of a faded quasar: Hubble Space Telescope observations of Hanny's Voorwerp and IC 2497. KEEL W.C., LINTOTT C.J., SCHAWINSKI K., et al.
2012ApJ...755...13M 156           X         4 9 7 Dynamics inside the radio and X-ray cluster cavities of Cygnus A and similar FRII sources. MATHEWS W.G. and GUO F.
2012ApJ...755...22A 39           X         1 18 35 Fermi large area telescope study of cosmic rays and the interstellar medium in nearby molecular clouds. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., ALLAFORT A., et al.
2012MNRAS.425..605F 85           X         2 13 205 The physics of galactic winds driven by active galactic nuclei. FAUCHER-GIGUERE C.-A. and QUATAERT E.
2012A&A...543L...6G 39           X         1 3 0 Anomaly distribution of quasar magnitudes: a test of lensing by a hypothetic supergiant molecular cloud in the Galactic halo. GIRAUD E.
2012ApJ...756..181G 4906 T   A     X C       124 7 125 The
Fermi bubbles. I. Possible evidence for recent AGN jet activity in the Galaxy.
2012ApJ...756..182G 2138 T   A     X C       53 3 56 The
Fermi bubbles. II. The potential roles of viscosity and cosmic-ray diffusion in jet models.
2012A&A...545L..11S 181     A     X         5 4 18 Jet interactions with a giant molecular cloud in the Galactic centre and ejection of hypervelocity stars. SILK J., ANTONUCCIO-DELOGU V., DUBOIS Y., et al.
2012ApJ...760L...8D 45           X         1 1 13 Identifying the radio bubble nature of the microwave haze. DOBLER G.
2012ApJ...761..130Y 122           X         3 11 125 Numerical simulation of hot accretion flows. II. Nature, origin, and properties of outflows and their possible observational applications. YUAN F., BU D. and WU M.
2012ApJ...761..185Y 2564 T   A S   X C       63 6 74 The
Fermi bubbles: supersonic active galactic nucleus jets with anisotropic cosmic-ray diffusion.
2013Natur.493...66C 187     A     X         5 9 119 Giant magnetized outflows from the centre of the Milky Way. CARRETTI E., CROCKER R.M., STAVELEY-SMITH L., et al.
2013MNRAS.430.2574L 236           X         6 7 8 Can a satellite galaxy merger explain the active past of the Galactic Centre? LANG M., HOLLEY-BOCKELMANN K., BOGDANOVIC T., et al.
2013ApJ...769..155D 45           X         1 3 38 The X-ray flaring properties of Sgr A* during six years of monitoring with Swift. DEGENAAR N., MILLER J.M., KENNEA J., et al.
2013ApJ...770L...4M viz 157           X         4 92 20 Atomic hydrogen in a Galactic Center outflow. McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M., GREEN J.A., HILL A.S., et al.
2013ApJ...770L...6S 87           X         2 2 33 Evidence for a second component in the high-energy core emission from Centaurus A? SAHAKYAN N., YANG R., AHARONIAN F.A., et al.
2013A&A...554A.139P 160           X C       3 11 80 Planck intermediate results. IX. Detection of the Galactic haze with Planck. PLANCK COLLABORATION, ADE P.A.R., AGHANIM N., et al.
2013ApJ...770..118M 418     A     X C       10 40 93 The structure of the Milky Way's hot gas halo. MILLER M.J. and BREGMAN J.N.
2013MNRAS.433..324N 39           X         1 11 5 A link between feedback outflows and satellite galaxy suppression. NAYAKSHIN S. and WILKINSON M.I.
2013ApJ...773...20N 80           X         2 8 18 Discovery of the recombining plasma in the south of the Galactic Center: a relic of the past Galactic Center activity? NAKASHIMA S., NOBUKAWA M., UCHIDA H., et al.
2013MNRAS.433.3079Z 87           X         2 4 64 AGN outflows trigger starbursts in gas-rich galaxies. ZUBOVAS K., NAYAKSHIN S., KING A., et al.
2013ApJ...775L..20F 385 T   A     X         9 2 29 The
Fermi bubbles as a scaled-up version of supernova remnants.
2013ApJ...778L..20T 145 T   A     X         3 3 21
Fermi bubble γ-rays as a result of diffusive injection of galactic cosmic rays.
2013ApJ...778...58B 300     A     X         8 13 41 Fossil imprint of a powerful flare at the Galactic Center along the Magellanic Stream. BLAND-HAWTHORN J., MALONEY P.R., SUTHERLAND R.S., et al.
2013ApJ...779...57K 160 T         X         3 8 52 Suzaku observations of the diffuse X-ray emission across the Fermi Bubbles' edges. KATAOKA J., TAHARA M., TOTANI T., et al.
2013MNRAS.436.1721R 39           X         1 14 22 Viscous Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities in highly ionized plasmas. ROEDIGER E., KRAFT R.P., NULSEN P., et al.
2013A&A...558A..32C 40           X         1 17 50 Echoes of multiple outbursts of Sagittarius A* revealed by Chandra. CLAVEL M., TERRIER R., GOLDWURM A., et al.
2013MNRAS.436.2461M 41           X         1 9 50 Dark matter versus pulsars: catching the impostor. MIRABAL N.
2013MNRAS.436.2734Y 1602     A     X C       40 3 30 The
Fermi bubbles: gamma-ray, microwave and polarization signatures of leptonic AGN jets.
2013ApJS..209...34A viz 79           X         2 553 170 The first Fermi-LAT catalog of sources above 10 GeV. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., ALLAFORT A., et al.
2013ApJ...779..131H 119           X         3 8 26 Discovery of GeV emission from the Circinus galaxy with the Fermi large area telescope. HAYASHIDA M., STAWARZ L., CHEUNG C.C., et al.
2013ApJ...779..154L 40           X         1 10 39 Evidence for a parsec-scale jet from the Galactic Center black hole: interaction with local gas. LI Z., MORRIS M.R. and BAGANOFF F.K.
2014ApJ...781...47K 41           X         1 2 7 The isotropy problem of sub-ankle ultra high energy cosmic rays. KUMAR R. and EICHLER D.
2014ApJ...782....9H 63           X         1 4 185 Black hole variability and the star formation-active galactic nucleus connection: do all star-forming galaxies host an active galactic nucleus? HICKOX R.C., MULLANEY J.R., ALEXANDER D.M., et al.
2014ApJ...784..131F 79           X         2 5 5 A numerical assessment of cosmic-ray energy diffusion through turbulent media. FATUZZO M. and MELIA F.
2014ApJ...785...55O 40           X         1 17 22 ATCA survey of ammonia in the Galactic Center: the temperatures of dense gas clumps between Sgr A* and Sgr B2. OTT J., WEISS A., STAVELEY-SMITH L., et al.
2014ApJ...785L..24F 302     A     X         8 11 16 High resolution X-ray spectroscopy of the local hot gas along the 3C 273 sightline. FANG T. and JIANG X.
2014A&A...564A.108A 41           X         1 8 19 Monte Carlo modelling of the propagation and annihilation of nucleosynthesis positrons in the Galaxy. ALEXIS A., JEAN P., MARTIN P., et al.
2014ApJ...787L..14W 159           X         4 6 9 On the origin of the central 1'' hole in the stellar disk of Sgr A* and the Fermi gamma-ray bubbles. WARDLE M. and YUSEF-ZADEH F.
2014ApJ...787...18A 119           X C       2 70 94 Search for cosmic-ray-induced gamma-ray emission in galaxy clusters. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., ALBERT A., et al.
2014MNRAS.440.2625Z 97           X         2 1 36 Energy- and momentum-conserving AGN feedback outflows. ZUBOVAS K. and NAYAKSHIN S.
2014ApJ...789...67F 1060 T   A     X C       25 2 17 A hadronic-leptonic model for the
Fermi bubbles: cosmic-rays in the galactic halo and radio emission.
2014A&A...565A..65B 1059 T   A     X C       25 2 13 Formation of large-scale magnetic structures associated with the
Fermi bubbles.
2014ApJ...790...23C 342 T   A     X C       7 6 10 Multi-wavelength emission from the
Fermi bubbles. I. Stochastic acceleration from background plasma.
2014A&A...566A..13P 79           X         2 22 31 Local ISM 3D distribution and soft X-ray background. Inferences on nearby hot gas and the North Polar Spur. PUSPITARINI L., LALLEMENT R., VERGELY J.-L., et al.
2014ApJ...790...86Y 43           X         1 3 21 The cosmic-ray population of the galactic central molecular zone. YOAST-HULL T.M., GALLAGHER III J.S. and ZWEIBEL E.G.
2014ApJ...790..109M 1058 T   A     X C       25 9 43 Fermi bubbles inflated by winds launched from the hot accretion flow in Sgr A*. MOU G., YUAN F., BU D., et al.
2014ApJ...791...51D 185     A     X         5 2 10 The transport of cosmic rays across magnetic fieldlines. DESIATI P. and ZWEIBEL E.G.
2014ApJ...791L..20C 144 T   A     X         3 6 23 Steady-state hadronic gamma-ray emission from 100-Myr-Old Fermi bubbles. CROCKER R.M., BICKNELL G.V., CARRETTI E., et al.
2014A&A...567A..19Y 147 T   A     X         3 3 29 The
Fermi bubbles revisited.
2014ApJ...792...26W 162           X         4 5 34 The G infrared search for extraterrestrial civilizations with large energy supplies. I. Background and justification. WRIGHT J.T., MULLAN B., SIGURDSSON S., et al.
2014MNRAS.441.3417S 40           X         1 16 30 Massive compact galaxies with high-velocity outflows: morphological analysis and constraints on AGN activity. SELL P.H., TREMONTI C.A., HICKOX R.C., et al.
2014ApJ...793...64A 3028 T     S   X C       73 8 165 The spectrum and morphology of the
Fermi bubbles.
2014MNRAS.442..784Z 132           X         3 4 106 Quasar feedback and the origin of radio emission in radio-quiet quasars. ZAKAMSKA N.L. and GREENE J.E.
2014ApJ...794L..17D 200 T         X         4 4 9
Fermi bubbles and bubble-like emission from the galactic plane.
2014ApJ...794..164S 40           X         1 29 8 On the interaction of the PKS B1358-113 radio galaxy with the A1836 cluster. STAWARZ L., SZOSTEK A., CHEUNG C.C., et al.
2014ApJ...795..100G 42           X         1 2 9 Pinpointing the knee of cosmic rays with diffuse PeV γ-rays and neutrinos. GUO Y.Q., HU H.B., YUAN Q., et al.
2014A&A...570A..44H 40           X         1 25 14 Six faint gamma-ray pulsars seen with the Fermi Large Area Telescope. Towards a sample blending into the background. HOU X., SMITH D.A., GUILLEMOT L., et al.
2014MNRAS.443..687B 49           X         1 2 38 Turbulence and cooling in galaxy cluster cores. BANERJEE N. and SHARMA P.
2014MNRAS.443.3712H 40           X         1 15 8 Dark matter in disc galaxies - II. Density profiles as constraints on feedback scenarios. HAGUE P.R. and WILKINSON M.I.
2014ApJ...796..113D 41           X         1 4 14 Stellar signatures of AGN-jet-triggered star formation. DUGAN Z., BRYAN S., GAIBLER V., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.1759G 40           X         1 11 18 A genetic approach to the history of the Magellanic Clouds. GUGLIELMO M., LEWIS G.F. and BLAND-HAWTHORN J.
2014MNRAS.444L..39L 664 T   A     X         16 4 46 The
Fermi bubbles as starburst wind termination shocks.
2015ApJ...799L...7F 230     A     X C       5 9 46 Probing the Fermi bubbles in ultraviolet absorption: a spectroscopic signature of the Milky Way's biconical nuclear outflow. FOX A.J., BORDOLOI R., SAVAGE B.D., et al.
2015ApJ...799...86A viz 507       D     X         12 6 294 The spectrum of isotropic diffuse gamma-ray emission between 100 MeV and 820 GeV. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., ALBERT A., et al.
2015ApJ...799..112C 1915 T   A     X C       46 2 9 Multi-wavelength emission from the Fermi bubble. II. Secondary electrons and the hadronic model of the bubble. CHENG K.-S., CHERNYSHOV D.O., DOGIEL V.A., et al.
2015ApJ...800...14M 48           X         1 10 89 Constraining the Milky Way's hot gas halo with O VII and O VIII emission lines. MILLER M.J. and BREGMAN J.N.
2015MNRAS.446.3478M viz 81           X         2 7 11 Modelling of the spectral energy distribution of Fornax A: leptonic and hadronic production of high-energy emission from the radio lobes. McKINLEY B., YANG R., LOPEZ-CANIEGO M., et al.
2015ApJS..217...15X 289           X C       6 5 40 Tomography of the Fermi-LAT γ-ray diffuse extragalactic signal via cross correlations with galaxy catalogs. XIA J.-Q., CUOCO A., BRANCHINI E., et al.
2015ApJ...802L...1F 73           X         1 1 33 Evidence of cross-correlation between the CMB lensing and the γ-ray sky. FORNENGO N., PEROTTO L., REGIS M., et al.
2015MNRAS.447.2224B 45           X         1 3 15 Cosmic ray origins in supernova blast waves. BELL A.R.
2015MNRAS.447.3824S 41           X         1 9 15 The North Polar Spur and Aquila Rift. SOFUE Y.
2015ApJ...802...91T 707 T   A     X C       16 16 17 Suzaku X-ray observations of the
Fermi bubbles: northernmost cap and southeast claw discovered with MAXI-SSC.
2015ApJ...804..101Y 63           X         1 3 70 Numerical simulation of hot accretion flows. III. Revisiting wind properties using the trajectory approach. YUAN F., GAN Z., NARAYAN R., et al.
2015ApJ...804..135C 229 T   A     X C       4 3 12 Multi-wavelength emission from the Fermi bubble. III. Stochastic (Fermi) re-acceleration of relativistic electrons emitted by SNRs. CHENG K.S., CHERNYSHOV D.O., DOGIEL V.A., et al.
2015PASJ...67...56I 346 T   A S   X C       6 5 6 Metal enrichment in the
Fermi bubbles as a probe of their origin.
2015ApJ...805...50A 40           X         1 40 4 High-latitude, transluscent molecular clouds as probes of local cosmic rays. ABRAHAMS R.D. and PAGLIONE T.A.D.
2015ApJS..218...23A viz 40           X         1 3129 1151 Fermi Large Area Telescope third source catalog. ACERO F., ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., et al.
2015ApJ...806...24S 81           X         1 1 41 Extragalactic star-forming galaxies with hypernovae and supernovae as high-energy neutrino and gamma-ray sources: the case of the 10 TeV neutrino data. SENNO N., MESZAROS P., MURASE K., et al.
2015MNRAS.450..277C 41           X         1 7 9 The role of feedback in accretion on low-luminosity AGN: Sgr A* case study. CUADRA J., NAYAKSHIN S. and WANG Q.D.
2015ApJ...808..107C 1511 T   A S   X C       35 13 37 A unified model of the
Fermi bubbles, microwave haze, and polarized radio lobes: reverse shocks in the Galactic Center's giant outflows.
2015ApJS..219...16P 40           X         1 18 2 High-resolution images of diffuse neutral clouds in the Milky Way. I. Observations, imaging, and basic cloud properties. PIDOPRYHORA Y., LOCKMAN F.J., DICKEY J.M., et al.
2015ApJ...809...97B 44           X         1 8 34 Horizon-scale lepton acceleration in jets: explaining the compact radio emission in M87. BRODERICK A.E. and TCHEKHOVSKOY A.
2015AJ....150...81W viz 80           X         2 81 32 CHANG-ES. IV. Radio continuum emission of 35 edge-on galaxies observed with the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array in D Configuration–Data Release 1. WIEGERT T., IRWIN J., MISKOLCZI A., et al.
2015A&A...581A.126S viz 506     A     X C       12 144 35 The denoised, deconvolved, and decomposed Fermi γ-ray sky. An application of the D3PO algorithm. SELIG M., VACCA V., OPPERMANN N., et al.
2015ApJ...811...37M 1165 T   A D     X C       28 9 15 The accretion wind model of
Fermi bubbles. II. Radiation.
MOU G., YUAN F., GAN Z., et al.
2015ApJ...811...40S 42           X         1 7 20 Faraday tomography of the North Polar Spur: constraints on the distance to the spur and on the magnetic field of the galaxy. SUN X.H., LANDECKER T.L., GAENSLER B.M., et al.
2015ApJ...807L..10N 41           X         1 7 11 Enhancement of the 6.4 keV line in the inner galactic ridge: proton-induced fluorescence? NOBUKAWA K.K., NOBUKAWA M., UCHIYAMA H., et al.
2015ApJ...807...77K 1351 T   A     X C       32 8 19 Global structure of isothermal diffuse X-ray emission along the
Fermi bubbles.
2015ApJ...812...83N 88           X         2 3 25 MAGIICAT V. Orientation of outflows and accretion determine the kinematics and column densities of the circumgalactic medium. NIELSEN N.M., CHURCHILL C.W., KACPRZAK G.G., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.2517S 103           X         2 5 115 Active galactic nuclei flicker: an observational estimate of the duration of black hole growth phases of ∼ 105 yr. SCHAWINSKI K., KOSS M., BERNEY S., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.3627Z 161           X         4 15 5 AGN activity and nuclear starbursts: Sgr A* activity shapes the Central Molecular Zone. ZUBOVAS K.
2015ApJ...813...94T 42           X         1 10 22 The Magellanic Stream: break-up and accretion onto the hot galactic Corona. TEPPER-GARCIA T., BLAND-HAWTHORN J. and SUTHERLAND R.S.
2015MNRAS.453..172P 120           X         3 60 39 The XMM-Newton view of the central degrees of the Milky Way. PONTI G., MORRIS M.R., TERRIER R., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.3827S 1472 T   A     X         36 6 19 Multiwavelength features of
Fermi bubbles as signatures of a Galactic wind.
2015ApJ...814...93S 1274 T   A     X C       30 2 12 Time-dependent stochastic acceleration model for
Fermi bubbles.
2015MNRAS.454.3049S 81           X         2 5 8 Stochastic non-circular motion and outflows driven by magnetic activity in the Galactic bulge region. SUZUKI T.K., FUKUI Y., TORII K., et al.
2016ApJ...816...33U 41           X         1 9 4 Studying the interstellar medium and the inner region of NPS/LOOP 1 with shadow observations toward MBM36. URSINO E., GALEAZZI M. and LIU W.
2016ApJS..222....5A viz 41           X         1 390 147 2FHL: the second catalog of hard Fermi-LAT sources. ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., ATWOOD W.B., et al.
2016ApJ...816..100J 43           X         1 9 25 Revealing W51C as a cosmic ray source using Fermi-LAT data. JOGLER T. and FUNK S.
2016ApJ...817..171Z 162           X         4 19 4 A new perspective of the radio bright zone at the Galactic Center: feedback from nuclear activities. ZHAO J.-H., MORRIS M.R. and GOSS W.M.
2016MNRAS.455.3381S 49           X         1 2 16 The effect of large-scale magnetic field on outflow in ADAFs: an odd symmetry configuration. SAMADI M. and ABBASSI S.
2016MNRAS.455.4442S 168           X C       3 4 27 Dark matter annihilation radiation in hydrodynamic simulations of Milky Way haloes. SCHALLER M., FRENK C.S., THEUNS T., et al.
2016ApJ...818..112M 44           X         1 5 17 The Milky Way's hot gas kinematics: signatures in current and future OVII absorption line observations. MILLER M.J., HODGES-KLUCK E.J. and BREGMAN J.N.
2016ApJ...818..171N 81           X         2 38 12 MAGIICAT IV. Kinematics of the circumgalactic medium and evidence for quiescent evolution around red galaxies. NIELSEN N.M., CHURCHILL C.W., KACPRZAK G.G., et al.
2016A&A...586A..84S 165           X         4 10 33 Gamma-ray spectroscopy of positron annihilation in the Milky Way. SIEGERT T., DIEHL R., KHACHATRYAN G., et al.
2016MNRAS.456.2877M 84           X         2 3 11 Two-dimensional inflow-wind solution of black hole accretion with an evenly symmetric magnetic field. MOSALLANEZHAD A., BU D. and YUAN F.
2016ApJ...819...44A viz 84           X         2 65 195 Fermi-LAT observations of high-energy gamma-ray emission toward the Galactic Center. AJELLO M., ALBERT A., ATWOOD W.B., et al.
2016ApJ...820..137B 87           X         2 5 31 Modeling seven years of event horizon telescope observations with radiatively inefficient accretion flow models. BRODERICK A.E., FISH V.L., JOHNSON M.D., et al.
2016ApJS..223...26A 938           X C       22 35 151 Development of the model of galactic interstellar emission for standard point-source analysis of Fermi large area telescope data. ACERO F., ACKERMANN M., AJELLO M., et al.
2016ApJ...821..129A 42           X         1 13 15 Tev gamma-ray observations of the Galactic Center ridge by VERITAS. ARCHER A., BENBOW W., BIRD R., et al.
2016ApJ...822...48G 124           X         3 8 18 Unbound debris streams and remnants resulting from the tidal disruptions of stars by supermassive black holes. GUILLOCHON J., McCOURT M., CHEN X., et al.
2016PASJ...68...34F 43           X         1 4 10 Turbulent cosmic ray reacceleration and the curved radio spectrum of the radio relic in the Sausage Cluster. FUJITA Y., AKAMATSU H. and KIMURA S.
2016A&A...591A..33R viz 41           X         1 9 7 [C II] 158 µm and [N II] 205 µm emission from IC 342. Disentangling the emission from ionized and photo-dissociated regions. ROLLIG M., SIMON R., GUSTEN R., et al.
2016A&A...591A..61C 41           X         1 18 13 Dominance of outflowing electric currents on decaparsec to kiloparsec scales in extragalactic jets. CHRISTODOULOU D.M., GABUZDA D.C., KNUETTEL S., et al.
2016MNRAS.459L..76P 68     A     X         2 3 9 Evidence of
Fermi bubbles around M31.
2016MNRAS.459..108S 245           X C       5 7 11 Galactic Centre hypershell model for the North Polar Spurs. SOFUE Y., HABE A., KATAOKA J., et al.
2016ApJ...826..215L 878     A S   X C       20 5 8 Tracing the Milky Way nuclear wind with 21cm atomic hydrogen emission. LOCKMAN F.J. and McCLURE-GRIFFITHS N.M.
2016PASJ...68...59Y 42           X         1 8 8 Scale heights and equivalent widths of the iron K-shell lines in the Galactic diffuse X-ray emission. YAMAUCHI S., NOBUKAWA K.K., NOBUKAWA M., et al.
2016ApJ...827...45H 45           X         1 6 24 A case against spinning PAHs as the source of the anomalous microwave emission. HENSLEY B.S., DRAINE B.T. and MEISNER A.M.
2016ApJ...827..143C 41           X         1 45 25 Radio detection prospects for a bulge population of millisecond pulsars as suggested by Fermi-LAT observations of the inner galaxy. CALORE F., DI MAURO M., DONATO F., et al.
2016ApJS..225...18Z 88           X         2 3 23 Unveiling the gamma-ray source count distribution below the Fermi detection limit with photon statistics. ZECHLIN H.-S., CUOCO A., DONATO F., et al.
2016ApJ...828L..12N 169           X         4 3 22 A distant echo of Milky Way central activity closes the Galaxy's baryon census. NICASTRO F., SENATORE F., KRONGOLD Y., et al.
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