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Volume 354 - High Energy Phenomena in Relativistic Outflows VII (HEPRO VII) - Relativistic outflows from extragalactic sources
Gamma-Rays From Large-Scale Outflows In Starburst Galaxies
G.E. Romero,* A.L. Müller
*corresponding author
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Published on: 2020 February 25
The combined effects of supernova explosions and stellar winds produce a hot bubble in the central
regions of starburst galaxies. As the bubble expands, it can outbreak into the galactic halo driving a
superwind that transports hot gas and fields to the intergalactic space. We present estimates of cosmic
ray generation and gamma-ray emission in both this large-scale wind and the bow shocks created around the embedded clouds.
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