PUSHING into the WHIM. Lawrence Rudnick, Univ. Minnesota, EVLA Wkshp 2008 With contributions from Shea Brown & Damon Farnsworth, UMN and R. F. Cardoso, U WI. Work supported by NSF grant AST 0607674 at UMN. Local pressure radio surface brightness.
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Lawrence Rudnick, Univ. Minnesota, EVLA Wkshp 2008
With contributions from Shea Brown & Damon Farnsworth, UMN
and R. F. Cardoso, U WI
Work supported by NSF grant AST 0607674 at UMN
Mass distribution of shock heated gas (z=0)
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► Stokes Q image WSRT @ 350 MHz (see text to right), with (<P>800) contours overlayed. Green: ~0 rad/m2
Yellow:~13 rad/ m2
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