2015 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For significant contributions to the physics of supernova remnants, in particular for using deep images and spectra, over many wavebands, to understand the interaction of hot gas, interstellar material, pulsar wind nebulae, and cosmic ray acceleration within the remnants
Patrick Slane focuses on Astrophysics, Supernova remnant, Supernova, Astronomy and Pulsar. His Astrophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Shock wave and Particle acceleration. He has researched Supernova remnant in several fields, including Supergiant and Red supergiant.
His Supernova study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Telescope, Crab Nebula, ROSAT, Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and Point source. His research investigates the connection with Pulsar and areas like Pulsar wind nebula which intersect with concerns in Luminosity, Jet, Binary pulsar and Millisecond pulsar. His studies in Ejecta integrate themes in fields like Cassiopeia A, Blast wave and Nucleosynthesis.
Patrick Slane mostly deals with Astrophysics, Supernova remnant, Astronomy, Supernova and Pulsar. His study in Astrophysics concentrates on Ejecta, Pulsar wind nebula, Neutron star, Nebula and Cosmic ray. His studies deal with areas such as Radius and Black-body radiation as well as Neutron star.
His Supernova remnant research integrates issues from Molecular cloud, Luminosity, Observatory, Ionization and Interstellar medium. His work on Near-Earth supernova, Telescope, Compact star and Binary pulsar as part of general Astronomy research is frequently linked to Flux, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Particle acceleration, Stars, X-ray, Spectral line and Gamma ray in his study of Supernova.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Supernova remnant, Supernova, Astronomy and Pulsar. His studies link Spectral line with Astrophysics. The various areas that he examines in his Supernova remnant study include Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Luminosity, Thermal and Spitzer Space Telescope.
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The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Astrophysics, Supernova remnant, Supernova, Ejecta and Pulsar. The concepts of his Astrophysics study are interwoven with issues in Spectral line and Astronomy. His work is dedicated to discovering how Astronomy, Gamma ray are connected with Near-Earth supernova and Coincident and other disciplines.
His Supernova remnant research includes elements of Luminosity, Nucleosynthesis and Spitzer Space Telescope. His Supernova research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Radius and Interstellar medium. His research in Pulsar intersects with topics in Electromagnetic spectrum, Radio spectrum and Neutron star.
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The evolution and structure of pulsar wind nebulae
Bryan M. Gaensler;Patrick O. Slane.
Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics (2006)
VERITAS: the Very Energetic Radiation Imaging Telescope Array System
T.C Weekes;H Badran;S.D Biller;I Bond.
Astroparticle Physics (1999)
Nucleosynthesis and Mixing in Cassiopeia A.
John P. Hughes;Cara E. Rakowski;David N. Burrows;Patrick O. Slane.
The Astrophysical Journal (2000)
Nonthermal X-Ray Emission from the Shell-Type Supernova Remnant G347.3-0.5
Patrick O. Slane;Bryan M. Gaensler;Bryan M. Gaensler;Bryan M. Gaensler;T. M. Dame;John P. Hughes.
The Astrophysical Journal (1999)
X-Ray Emission From the Shell-Type SNR G347.3-0.5
Patrick Slane;Bryan M. Gaensler;Bryan M. Gaensler;Thomas M. Dame;John P. Hughes.
arXiv: Astrophysics (1999)
Cosmic-Ray Acceleration at the Forward Shock in Tycho’s Supernova Remnant: Evidence from Chandra X-Ray Observations
Jessica S. Warren;John P. Hughes;Carles Badenes;Parviz Ghavamian.
The Astrophysical Journal (2005)
Neutron Stars in Supernova Remnants
Patrick Slane;Lou Kaluzienski.
Efficient cosmic ray acceleration, hydrodynamics, and Self-consistent Thermal X-ray Emission applied to SNR RX J1713.7-3946
Donald C. Ellison;Daniel J. Patnaude;Patrick Slane;John Raymond.
arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (2010)
A Million Second Chandra View of Cassiopeia A
Una Hwang;Una Hwang;J. Martin Laming;Carles Badenes;Fred Berendse.
The Astrophysical Journal (2004)
RX J0852.0–4622: Another Nonthermal Shell-Type Supernova Remnant (G266.2–1.2)
Patrick Slane;John P. Hughes;Richard J. Edgar;Paul P. Plucinsky.
The Astrophysical Journal (2001)
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