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A single fast radio burst localized to a massive galaxy at cosmological distance.

Bannister KW, Deller AT, Phillips C, Macquart JP, Prochaska JX, Tejos N, Ryder SD, Sadler EM, Shannon RM, Simha S, Day CK, McQuinn M, North-Hickey FO, Bhandari S, Arcus WR, Bennert VN, Burchett J, Bouwhuis M, Dodson R, Ekers RD, Farah W, Flynn C, James CW, Kerr M, Lenc E, Mahony EK, O'Meara J, Osłowski S, Qiu H, Treu T, U V, Bateman TJ, Bock DC, Bolton RJ, Brown A, Bunton JD, Chippendale AP, Cooray FR, Cornwell T, Gupta N, Hayman DB, Kesteven M, Koribalski BS, MacLeod A, McClure-Griffiths NM, Neuhold S, Norris RP, Pilawa MA, Qiao RY, Reynolds J, Roxby DN, Shimwell TW, Voronkov MA, Wilson CD.

Science. 2019 Aug 9;365(6453):565-570. doi: 10.1126/science.aaw5903. Epub 2019 Jun 27.

PMID:
31249136
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Low-Mach-number turbulence in interstellar gas revealed by radio polarization gradients.

Gaensler BM, Haverkorn M, Burkhart B, Newton-McGee KJ, Ekers RD, Lazarian A, McClure-Griffiths NM, Robishaw T, Dickey JM, Green AJ.

Nature. 2011 Oct 5;478(7368):214-7. doi: 10.1038/nature10446.

PMID:
21976022
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The magnetic field of the Large Magellanic Cloud revealed through Faraday rotation.

Gaensler BM, Haverkorn M, Staveley-Smith L, Dickey JM, McClure-Griffiths NM, Dickel JR, Wolleben M.

Science. 2005 Mar 11;307(5715):1610-2.

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