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1971A&A....14..252B 6 5 196 Are the galactic loops supernova remnants ? BERKHUIJSEN E.M., HASLAM C.G.T. and SALTER C.J.
1971A&A....14..359B 3 7 133 A survey of the continuum radiation at 820 MHz between declinations -7 degrees and +85 degrees. II. A study of the galactic radiation and the degree of polarization with special reference to the loops and spurs. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1973A&A....24....1F 1 4 44 The large-scale distribution of low-velocity hydrogen gas at high galactic latitudes. FEJES I. and WESSELIUS P.R.
1973A&A....24..143B 4 4 118 Galactic continuum Loops and the diameter-surface brightness relation for supernova remnants. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1973Ap&SS..20..111E 5 3 A reappraisal of several extensive phenomena of the high galactic latitudes. ELLIOTT K.H. and MEABURN J.
1976ApJ...208..718N 1 7 42 Soft X-ray emission in Eridanus: an old supernova remnant ? NARANAN S., SHULMAN S., FRIEDMAN H., et al.
1980ApJ...242...74S 2 16 237 Rotation measures and the galactic magnetic field. SIMARD-NORMANDIN M. and KRONBERG P.P.
1984A&A...136..373V 1 7 40 Effects of interstellar magnetic bubbles and of galactic tides on galactic magnetic fields. VALLEE J.P.
1985Ap&SS.109...87D 14 12 Diffusion of the galactic cosmic rays in ther vicinity of the solar system. DORMAN L.I., GHOSH A. and PTUSKIN V.S.
1986A&A...166..257B 85 84 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. I. Surface brightness and radio spectral index. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1988A&A...196..211R 1 10 67 Spectral index variations of the galactic radio continuum emission: evidence for a galactic wind. REICH P. and REICH W.
1991ApJ...372..494C 72 T                   1 9 41 The local interstellar medium toward the center of
Loop I.
1991BAAS...23.1364L 6 ~ The history and ionization of the local ISM : the last eight million years. LYU C.-H. and BRUHWEILER F.C.
1992AGAb....7...29E 2 0 The North Polar Spur in the ROSAT/PSPC All Sky Survey. EGGER R.
1992BAAS...24..762V 4 ~ The high-velocity clouds as part of a supershell: a comprehensive model. VERSCHUUR G.L.
1993Afz....36..251A 4 0 Stellar kinematics in Kowalski-Kapteyn figures. III. ANISIMOVA G.B.
1993Ap&SS.201...91S 4 2 The local complex of high-velocity clouds (geometry and kinematics). SHATSOVA R.B.
1993BAAS...25.1464B 2 ~ Detection of interstellar C I and C IV within 26 pc of the Sun. BRUHWEILER F.C., SMITH A.M., PERRY G., et al.
1994A&A...287..470K 5 3 The evolution of Local Interstellar Medium. KOSAREV I.B., LOSEVA T.V., NEMTCHINOV I.V., et al.
1994ApJ...430..581F 1 15 82 A summary of extreme scattering events and a descriptive model. FIEDLER R., DENNISON B., JOHNSTON K.J., et al.
1994ApJ...431..201S 16 22 Gas kinematics and ionization along the extended sight line to HD 116852. SEMBACH K.R. and SAVAGE B.D.
1994BaltA...3...85G 105 3 Interstellar cloud morphologies and their origins. GAHM G.F.
1995A&A...294L..25E 116 T K                 4 108 Interaction of the
Loop I supershell with the Local Hot Bubble.
1995A&A...295..755T 72 T                   10 9 L 1780: a cometary globule associated with Loop I? TOTH L.V., HAIKALA L.K., LILJESTROEM T., et al.
1995A&A...296..514C 20 9 1435MHz continuum observations of Upper-Scorpius. COMBI J.A., TESTORI J.C., ROMERO G.E., et al.
1995A&AS..109...71Z 4 11 Dynamical Voronoi tessellation. V. Thickness and incompleteness. ZANINETTI L.
1995SSRv...72..499F 97 173 Characteristics of nearby interstellar matter. FRISCH P.C.
1996A&A...308..433V 19 25 Magnetic field reversals in the Milky Way- "cherchez le champ magnetique". VALLEE J.P.
1996ApJ...459..216L 19 37 Time-dependent ionization of H and He in the local interstellar medium. LYU C.-H. and BRUHWEILER F.C.
1996ApJ...463..609D 2 8 54 Diffuse high-energy gamma-ray emission beyond the solar circle: the Cepheus and Polaris flares and the Perseus arm. DIGEL S.W., GRENIER I.A., HEITHAUSEN A., et al.
1996MNRAS.278..925D 11 2 67 Galactic synchrotron emission at high frequencies. DAVIES R.D., WATSON R.A. and GUTIERREZ C.M.
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.
1996Natur.384...44N 4 4 58 Detection of high-velocity 26Al towards the Galactic Centre. NAYA J.E., BARTHELMY S.D., BARTLETT L.M., et al.
1997A&A...322...98H 6 6 111 Antisymmetric rotation measures in our Galaxy: evidence for an A0 dynamo. HAN J.L., MANCHESTER R.N., BERKHUIJSEN E.M., et al.
1997A&A...326.1215C 36   K                 17 37 Physical association between the Southern Coalsack and the Chamaeleon-Musca dark clouds. CORRADI W.J.B., FRANCO G.A.P. and KNUDE J.
1997ApJ...480..216S 72 T                   52 54 High-resolution ultraviolet observations of the highly ionized interstellar gas toward radio
loops I and IV.
1997ApJ...485..125S 20 6 371 ROSAT survey diffuse X-ray background maps. II. SNOWDEN S.L., EGGER R., FREYBERG M.J., et al.
1997Ap&SS.252..309B 4 0 The structure of the ionized component of the local interstellar medium. BOCHKAREV N. and RYABOV M.
1997BOBeo.155...41M 4 ~ Geometry of large radio loops at 1420 MHz. MILOGRADOV-TURIN J. and UROSEVIC D.
1997FCPh...18....1P 2 12 88 The Gould Belt system and the local interstellar medium. POEPPEL W.
1997APh.....7...21S 1 2 8 The 'extragalactic' diffuse gamma ray intensity. SMIALKOWSKI A., WOLFENDALE A.W. and ZHANG L.
1998A&A...332...55P 2 7 55 The Galactic X-ray halo. PIETZ J., KERP J., KALBERLA P.M.W., et al.
1998ApJ...493..715S 5 14 212 Progress on establishing the spatial distribution of material responsible for the 1 /4 keV soft X-ray diffuse background local and halo components. SNOWDEN S.L., EGGER R., FINKBEINER D.P., et al.
1998ApJ...496..253C 2 8 50 The Gaussian plasma lens in astrophysics: refraction. CLEGG A.W., FEY A.L. and LAZIO T.J.W.
1998ApJ...499L.169N 1 4 17 Gamma-ray limits on galactic 60Fe nucleosynthesis and implications on the origin of the 26Al emission. NAYA J.E., BARTHELMY S.D., BARTLETT L.M., et al.
1998ApJ...500L..61H 2 4 29 ORFEUS II far-ultraviolet observations of 3C 273: interstellar and intergalactic absorption lines. HURWITZ M., APPENZELLER I., BARNSTEDT J., et al.
1998AGAb...14...85B 2 0 Origin of local clouds by hydromagnetic instabilities. BREITSCHWERDT D.
1998NewA....4...33I         O           12 ~ The large scale structure of the Galactic magnetic field. INDRANI C. and DESHPANDE A.A.
1999A&A...347...47B viz 83 51 Identification of soft high galactic latitude RASS X-ray sources. II. Sources with PSPC count rate CR <0.5cts/s. BEUERMANN K., THOMAS H.-C., REINSCH K., et al.
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&AS..137....7R 40 84 The radio emission from the Galaxy at 22 MHz. ROGER R.S., COSTAIN C.H., LANDECKER T.L., et al.
1999ApJ...525..492F 3 13 129 Dust in the local interstellar wind. FRISCH P.C., DORSCHNER J.M., GEISS J., et al.
1999A&ARv...9..153F 22 32 The Local Interstellar Medium. FERLET R.
1999BASI...27..185B 7 0 Gamma ray production in SNR's - contribution from photomeson process. BHATTACHARYA S., KAUL R.K., KAUL C.L., et al.
1999APh....11..335C 3 5 Inverse muon charge ratio induced by solar neutrons. CAPDEVIELLE J.N. and MURAKI Y.
2000A&A...361..303B 75 T                   11 67 Origin of HI clouds in the Local Bubble. I. A hydromagnetic Rayleigh-Taylor instability caused by the interaction between the Loop I and the Local Bubble. BREITSCHWERDT D., FREYBERG M.J. and EGGER R.
2000ApJ...531L..95K 11 16 Detection of an X-ray hot region in the Virgo cluster of galaxies with ASCA. KIKUCHI K., ITOH C., KUSHINO A., et al.
2000ApJ...532..943C 120 25 Observational evidence of supershell blowout in GS 018-04+44: the Scutum supershell. CALLAWAY M.B., SAVAGE B.D., BENJAMIN R.A., et al.
2000ApJ...534..706L 11 18 The extreme scattering event toward PKS 1741-038: VLBI images. LAZIO T.J.W., FEY A.L., DENNISON B., et al.
2000ApJ...538L..27S 1 16 70 Far ultraviolet spectroscopic explorer observations of O VI absorption in the galactic halo. SAVAGE B.D., SEMBACH K.R., JENKINS E.B., et al.
2000ApJ...540..224S 1 10 42 Bipolar hypershell galactic center starburst model: further evidence from ROSAT data and new radio and X-ray simulations. SOFUE Y.
2000ApJ...544..356M 57 106 The η Chamaeleontis cluster: origin in the Sco-Cen OB association. MAMAJEK E.E., LAWSON W.A. and FEIGELSON E.D.
2000ApJ...545..290A 1 6 34 Distance limits on the bright X-ray emission toward the galactic center: evidence for a very hot interstellar medium in the galactic X-ray bulge. ALMY R.C., McCAMMON D., DIGEL S.W., et al.
2000ApJS..128..171S 2 10 72 A catalog of soft X-ray shadows, and more contemplation of the (1)/(4) keV background. SNOWDEN S.L., FREYBERG M.J., KUNTZ K.D., et al.
2000ApJS..130..121P 24 70 The local Lyα forest. I. Observations with the GHRS/G160M on the Hubble Space Telescope. PENTON S.V., STOCKE J.T. and SHULL J.M.
2000Ap.....43..182O 5 0 Infrared sources in radio loops. OVCHAROVA I.N. and SHATSOVA R.B.
2000RMxAC...9....1S 12 0 Hot gas in the galaxy: what do we know for sure ? SANDERS W.T.
2000RMxAC...9..259S 1 0 On determining the sources of hot gas in the halo. SHELTON R.L.
2000RMxAC...9..279B 27 0 X-ray observations of superbubbles in dwarf galaxies. BRINKS E., WALTER F. and KERP J.
2000AAS...197..317S 5 ~ FUSE observations of intergalactic and interstellar gas toward 3C 273.. SEMBACH K.R., HOWK J.C., OEGERLE W.R., et al.
2000AAS...197..719D 2 ~ A second FUSE detection of diffuse O VI emission at high galactic latitude. DIXON W.V., SALLMEN S., HURWITZ M., et al.
2000NewAR..44..375B 7 3 Radio sources flickering and local interstellar medium (LISM) structure. BOCHKAREV N.G. and RYABOV M.I.
2001ApJ...547..907S 23 15 STIS and GHRS observations of warm and hot gas overlying the Scutum supershell (GS 018-04+44). SAVAGE B.D., SEMBACH K.R. and HOWK J.C.
2001ApJ...560L..83M 2 11 89 The origin of the Local Bubble. MAIZ-APELLANIZ J.
2001ApJ...560..730S 1 12 41 Observations of O VI emission from the diffuse interstellar medium. SHELTON R.L., KRUK J.W., MURPHY E.M., et al.
2001ApJ...561..573S 1 22 81 Far-ultraviolet spectroscopy of the intergalactic and interstellar absorption toward 3C 273. SEMBACH K.R., HOWK J.C., SAVAGE B.D., et al.
2001ApJ...562..664S 12 19 Preexisting superbubbles as the sites of gamma-ray bursts. SCALO J. and WHEELER J.C.
2001ApJS..134..283S 7 3 70 Multiple supernova remnant models of the local bubble and the soft X-ray background. SMITH R.K. and COX D.P.
2001MNRAS.325..649F 2 9 72 Structures in the rotation measure sky. FRICK P., STEPANOV R., SHUKUROV A., et al.
2001MNRAS.327..841C 18 17 An ultra-high-resolution study of the interstellar medium in the direction of α Ophiuchi. CRAWFORD I.A.
2001Ap&SS.276..163B 1 7 23 Modeling the local interstellar medium. BREITSCHWERDT D.
2001Ap&SS.276..187G 17 1 The local interstellar medium in the direction of the Galactic Anticentre. GENOVA R. and BECKMAN J.E.
2001Ap&SS.278..171R 6 0 Interstellar scintillation studies of pulsars and distribution of scattering plasma in the local interstellar medium. RAMESH BHAT N.D., GUPTA Y. and RAO A.P.
2001BASI...29..371K 9 2 TeV gamma-ray flux estimates from EGRET supernova remnant sources. KAUL R.K.
2001Natur.409..159A 15 6 286 Internal structure of a cold dark molecular cloud inferred from the extinction of background starlight. ALVES J.F., LADA C.J. and LADA E.A.
2001ASPC..244..104M 55 26 The dispersal of young stars and the greater Sco-Cen association. MAMAJEK E.E. and FEIGELSON E.D.
2002A&A...389..577G 12 10 The threaded molecular clumps of Chamaeleon III. GAHM G.F., LEHTINEN K., CARLQVIST P., et al.
2002A&A...390..299B 2 10 69 The origin of the young stellar population in the solar neighborhood – A link to the formation of the Local Bubble? BERGHOEFER T.W. and BREITSCHWERDT D.
2002ApJ...564..333M 30 17 PSR J1740+1000: a young pulsar well out of the galactic plane. McLAUGHLIN M.A., ARZOUMANIAN Z., CORDES J.M., et al.
2002ApJ...567..342B 74 T                   36 13 Pulsar scintillation in the local interstellar medium:
Loop I and beyond.
2002ApJ...571..809K 29 9 ROSAT X-ray observations of the dwarf galaxy Holmberg II. KERP J., WALTER F. and BRINKS E.
2002ApJ...574..834F 74 67 The velocity distribution of the nearest interstellar gas. FRISCH P.C., GRODNICKI L. and WELTY D.E.
2002MNRAS.331..474F viz 217 20 On the infrared void in the Lupus dark clouds. FRANCO G.A.P.
2002Ap.....45..438S 4 0 The system of spurs in ecliptic coordinates. SHATSOVA R.B. and ANISIMOVA G.B.
2002AstL...28..536P 14 3 Nearby young single black holes. PROKHOROV M.E. and POPOV S.B.
2002SerAJ.165...27U 18 13 Empirical Σ-D relations and main galactic radio loops. UROSEVIC D.
2003ApJ...582..793F 12 16 Origins of the highly ionized gas along the line of sight toward HD 116852. FOX A.J., SAVAGE B.D., SEMBACH K.R., et al.
2003ApJ...582..846K 32 50 Elemental abundances and mass densities of dust and gas in the Local Interstellar Cloud. KIMURA H., MANN I. and JESSBERGER E.K.
2003ApJ...583...70M 9 4 119 Chandra spectra of the soft X-ray diffuse background. MARKEVITCH M., BAUTZ M.W., BILLER B., et al.
2003ApJ...583..205C 1 12 47 Flux-tube dynamics and a model for the origin of the local fluff. COX D.P. and HELENIUS L.
2003ApJ...583..314K 3 3 29 Composition, structure, and size distribution of dust in the Local Interstellar Cloud. KIMURA H., MANN I. and JESSBERGER E.K.
2003ApJ...586L..49F 2 11 79 Chandra detection of local O VII Heα absorption along the sight line toward 3C 273. FANG T., SEMBACH K.R. and CANIZARES C.R.
2003ApJ...586.1019Z 90 49 Highly ionized gas in the galactic halo: a FUSE survey of O VI absorption toward 22 halo stars. ZSARGO J., SEMBACH K.R., HOWK J.C., et al.
2003ApJ...588..264K 13 28 Diffuse X-ray emission from M101. KUNTZ K.D., SNOWDEN S.L., PENCE W.D., et al.
2003ApJ...589..261S 1 8 33 Surprisingly little O VI emission arises in the Local Bubble. SHELTON R.L.
2003ApJ...594..844F 23 38 The chemical composition and gas-to-dust mass ratio of nearby interstellar matter. FRISCH P.C. and SLAVIN J.D.
2003ApJS..146..125S viz 124 156 Distribution and kinematics of O VI in the galactic halo. SAVAGE B.D., SEMBACH K.R., WAKKER B.P., et al.
2003MNRAS.343..995W 1 6 31 The X-ray spectrum of the North Polar Spur. WILLINGALE R., HANDS A.D.P., WARWICK R.S., et al.
2003AN....324..162F 5 4 XMM-Newton local bubble and galactic halo survey. FREYBERG M.J. and BREITSCHWERDT D.
2003Ap.....46..256S 10 0 Harmony of the local system. SHATSOVA R.B. and ANISIMOVA G.B.
2003ANS...324c..81B 74 T                   3 ~ Joint evolution of the Local and
Loop I superbubbles - what can high resolution simulations tell us?
2003ANS...324c..83M 74 T                   4 ~ Soft X-ray emission from the Local Bubble and
Loop I in the direction of the Ophiuchus Cloud.
2003NewAR..47...85V 125 25 Astral magnetic fields as observed in starforming nurseries, in stars, and in the Solar system. VALLEE J.P.
2004A&A...413..817I 24 8 Gamma-ray line emission from galaxy clusters. IYUDIN A.F., BOEHRINGER H., DOGIEL V., et al.
2004A&A...418..131K viz 913 21 Far-infrared loops in the 2nd Galactic Quadrant. KISS C., MOOR A. and TOTH L.V.
2004ApJ...601..340K 4 17 156 The most likely sources of high-energy cosmic-ray electrons in supernova remnants. KOBAYASHI T., KOMORI Y., YOSHIDA K., et al.
2004ApJ...607..309I 47 32 O VI, N V, and C IV in the Galactic halo. II. Velocity-resolved observations with the Hubble Space Telescope and Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer. INDEBETOUW R. and SHULL J.M.
2004ApJ...614..186F 14 9 252 Microwave interstellar medium emission observed by the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe. FINKBEINER D.P.
2004MNRAS.347.1065C 37   K                 74 24 Local interstellar medium kinematics towards the Southern Coalsack and Chamaeleon-Musca dark clouds. CORRADI W.J.B., FRANCO G.A.P. and KNUDE J.
2004MmSAI..75..509F 6 4 Observations of the darkest regions in the sky: X-ray shadowing by the Bok globule Barnard 68. FREYBERG M.J., BREITSCHWERDT D. and ALVES J.
2004PASJ...56L..29F 1 12 28 Probing warm-hot intergalactic medium associated with the Virgo cluster using an oxygen absorption line. FUJIMOTO R., TAKEI Y., TAMURA T., et al.
2004NewAR..48..763V 144 120 Cosmic magnetic fields - as observed in the Universe, in galactic dynamos, and in the Milky Way. VALLEE J.P.
2005A&A...436..615W 24 33 Highly ionized gas in the local ISM: Some like it hot? WELSH B.Y. and LALLEMENT R.
2005A&A...443..477I 12 7 Global Galactic distribution of the 1.275 MeV γ-ray line emission. IYUDIN A.F., BENNETT K., LICHTI G.G., et al.
2005MNRAS.360..236W 1 5 15 Foreground contributions to the cosmic microwave background. WIBIG T. and WOLFENDALE A.W.
2005MNRAS.362..403D 2 4 19 A Faraday rotation template for the Galactic sky. DINEEN P. and COLES P.
2005ARA&A..43..337C 16 5 167 The three-phase interstellar medium revisited. COX D.P.
2006A&A...452L...1B 80 T                   5 55 The history and future of the Local and
Loop I bubbles.
2006ApJ...636..908G 20 20 Molecular hydrogen in infrared cirrus. GILLMON K. and SHULL J.M.
2006ApJ...638..206S 12 13 Simulations of supernova remnants in diffuse media. III. The population of buoyant remnants above the Milky way's disk. SHELTON R.L.
2006MNRAS.366..238A 150 6 The infrared void in the Lupus dark clouds revisited: a polarimetric approach. ALVES F.O. and FRANCO G.A.P.
2006MNRAS.368.1463D 13 10 Properties of dust and detection of Hα emission in LDN 1780. DEL BURGO C. and CAMBRESY L.
2006MNRAS.373..993F 92 51 The search for the origin of the Local Bubble redivivus. FUCHS B., BREITSCHWERDT D., DE AVILLEZ M.A., et al.
2007ApJ...658.1088Y 2 9 36 The nonisothermality and extent of galactic diffuse hot gas toward Markarian 421. YAO Y. and WANG Q.D.
2007MNRAS.376..634B 318       D     X C       8 7 9 Spectral indices of Galactic radio loops between 1420, 820 and 408 MHz. BORKA V.
2007MNRAS.376.1611W 76           X         2 33 11 An XMM-Newton view of M101 - III. Diffuse X-ray emission. WARWICK R.S., JENKINS L.P., READ A.M., et al.
2007ApJ...661..304H 2 7 33 An XMM-Newton observation of the Local Bubble using a shadowing filament in the southern Galactic hemisphere. HENLEY D.B., SHELTON R.L. and KUNTZ K.D.
2007A&A...467..611F 42           X         1 10 85 Spatial distribution of interstellar gas in the innermost 3 kpc of our Galaxy. FERRIERE K., GILLARD W. and JEAN P.
2007ApJ...664..349W 3 10 73 A new model for the Loop I (North Polar Spur) region. WOLLEBEN M.
2007A&A...470..597A 189           X         5 103 24 An accurate determination of the distance to the Pipe nebula. ALVES F.O. and FRANCO G.A.P.
2007ApJ...665L..39P 38   K                 7 8 Far-ultraviolet observations of the
Loop I/North Polar Spur region.
PARK J.-W., MIN K.-W., SEON K.-I., et al.
2007ApJ...666..242Y 11 20 The galactic central diffuse X-ray enhancement: a differential absorption/emission analysis. YAO Y. and WANG Q.D.
2007A&A...475..901K 3 9 60 OVII and OVIII line emission in the diffuse soft X-ray background: heliospheric and galactic contributions. KOUTROUMPA D., ACERO F., LALLEMENT R., et al.
2008A&A...477..573S 160           X         4 13 188 Radio observational constraints on Galactic 3D-emission models. SUN X.H., REICH W., WAELKENS A., et al.
2008A&A...478..615S 39           X         1 79 168 A catalog of galaxy clusters observed by XMM-Newton. SNOWDEN S.L., MUSHOTZKY R.F., KUNTZ K.D., et al.
2007AstL...33..571B viz 273 11 Kinematics of the Scorpius-Centaurus OB association. BOBYLEV V.V. and BAJKOVA A.T.
2008ApJ...674..209K 191           X         5 12 16 The X-ray-emitting components toward l = 111°: the Local Hot Bubble and beyond. KUNTZ K.D. and SNOWDEN S.L.
2008A&A...480..735F viz 76           X         2 290 59 On the kinematic evolution of young local associations and the Scorpius-Centaurus complex. FERNANDEZ D., FIGUERAS F. and TORRA J.
2008ApJ...679..460Z 648           X C       16 28 27 The high-velocity gas toward Messier 5: tracing feedback flows in the inner galaxy. ZECH W.F., LEHNER N., HOWK J.C., et al.
2008A&A...483..471N 328     A     X         9 15 18 Multi-wavelength observations of a nearby multi-phase interstellar cloud. NEHME C., GRY C., BOULANGER F., et al.
2008A&A...486..471R 557 T K A     X         14 20 12 Mapping the interface between the Local and
Loop I bubbles using Stroemgren photometry.
2008ApJ...681.1310S 2311 T K A S   X C       58 5 8 FUSE observations of the Loop I/Local bubble interaction region. SALLMEN S.M., KORPELA E.J. and YAMASHITA H.
2008PASJ...60S..95M 496           X         13 15 24 Suzaku observations of the North Polar Spur: evidence for nitrogen enhancement. MILLER E.D., TSUNEMI H., BAUTZ M.W., et al.
2008PASJ...60S.317T 38           X         1 21 18 Suzaku observation of HCG 62: temperature, abundance, and extended hard X-ray emission profiles. TOKOI K., SATO K., ISHISAKI Y., et al.
2008A&A...491...53S 115           X         3 20 69 The boundary conditions of the heliosphere: photoionization models constrained by interstellar and in situ data. SLAVIN J.D. and FRISCH P.C.
2009AJ....137..145R 77           X         2 25 11 The discovery of diffuse radio polarization structures in the NRAO Very Large Array sky survey. RUDNICK L. and BROWN S.
2009PASJ...61S.115M 79             C       1 6 24 The nature of unresolved soft X-ray emission from the Galactic disk. MASUI K., MITSUDA K., YAMASAKI N.Y., et al.
2009ApJ...697L.158D 308           X C F     6 3 10 The distribution of li-like ions in the Local bubble. DE AVILLEZ M.A. and BREITSCHWERDT D.
2009PASJ...61..585T 77           X         2 59 7 Search for remnant clouds associated with the TW Hya association. TACHIHARA K., NEUHAUSER R. and FUKUI Y.
2009ApJ...699.1891L 38           X         1 10 12 Determining the Galactic halo's emission measure from UV and X-ray observations. LEI S., SHELTON R.L. and HENLEY D.B.
2010ApJ...708..334B 155             C F     1 41 25 Atomic and molecular carbon as a tracer of translucent clouds. BURGH E.B., FRANCE K. and JENKINS E.B.
2010A&A...510A..54W viz 271           X         7 1868 114 New 3D gas density maps of NaI and CaII interstellar absorption within 300 pc. WELSH B.Y., LALLEMENT R., VERGELY J.-L., et al.
2010ApJ...712L.199W 232           X         6 8 14 Detection of highly ionized C IV gas within the local cavity. WELSH B.Y., WHEATLEY J., SIEGMUND O.H.W., et al.
2010AJ....139.1681W 40           X         1 10 29 Rotation measure synthesis of galactic polarized emission with the DRAO 26-m telescope. WOLLEBEN M., LANDECKER T.L., HOVEY G.J., et al.
2010A&A...512A..83P viz 155           X         4 162 10 The interstellar medium surrounding the Scorpius-Centaurus association revisited. POEPPEL W.G.L., BAJAJA E., ARNAL E.M., et al.
2010ApJS..188...46K 39           X         1 24 32 The Chandra M101 megasecond: diffuse emission. KUNTZ K.D. and SNOWDEN S.L.
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