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26Al kinematics: superbubbles following the spiral arms? Constraints from the statistics of star clusters and HI supershells. / Krause, Martin; Diehl, R.; Bagetakos, Y.; Brinks, E.; Burkert, A.; Gerhard, O.; Greiner, J.; Kretschmer, K.; Siegert, T.

In: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 578, A113, 12.06.2015.

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Krause, Martin ; Diehl, R. ; Bagetakos, Y. ; Brinks, E. ; Burkert, A. ; Gerhard, O. ; Greiner, J. ; Kretschmer, K. ; Siegert, T. / 26Al kinematics: superbubbles following the spiral arms? Constraints from the statistics of star clusters and HI supershells. In: Astronomy and Astrophysics. 2015 ; Vol. 578.

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abstract = "High energy resolution spectroscopy of the 1.8 MeV radioactive decay line of 26Al with the SPI instrument on board the INTEGRAL satellite has recently revealed that diffuse 26Al has large velocities in comparison to other components of the interstellar medium in the Milky Way. 26Al shows Galactic rotation in the same sense as the stars and other gas tracers, but reaches excess velocities up to 300 km s−1",
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