Search for Turbulent Gas through Interstellar Scintillation

Abstract : Stars twinkle because their light propagates through the atmosphere. The same phenomenon is expected when the light of remote stars crosses a Galactic - disk or halo - refractive medium such as a molecular cloud.We present the promising results of a test performed with the ESO-NTT and the perspectives.
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D. Cline. Tenth Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe (UCLA Dark Matter 2012), Feb 2012, Marina del Rey, United States. Springer, 148, pp.45-49, Springer Proceedings In Physics. <10.1007/978-94-007-7241-0_6>


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Marc Moniez, R. Ansari, F. Habibi, S. Rahvar. Search for Turbulent Gas through Interstellar Scintillation. D. Cline. Tenth Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe (UCLA Dark Matter 2012), Feb 2012, Marina del Rey, United States. Springer, 148, pp.45-49, Springer Proceedings In Physics. <10.1007/978-94-007-7241-0_6>. <in2p3-00723051>

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