Suzaku Analysis of Galactic Supernova Remnants G27.4+0.0 and G12.0-0.1

Sezer, A.
Hudaverdi, M.
Aktekin, E.
We present Suzaku results of galactic supernova remnants (SNRs) G27.4 +0.0 and G12.0-0.1. From the spectra some important parameters like galactic hydrogen column density (N-H), electron temperature (kT(e)), ionization timescale (n(e)t) are calculated. Furthermore, the abundances of Mg, Si, S are derived from the spectra of G27.4+0.0 indicating that G27.4+0.0 has originated from a core-collapse supernova explosion.


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A. Sezer, F. GÖK, M. Hudaverdi, E. Aktekin, and E. N. ERCAN, “Suzaku Analysis of Galactic Supernova Remnants G27.4+0.0 and G12.0-0.1,” 2009, vol. 424, p. 171, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: