• A search for OB stars in supernova remnants

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      Supernovae; supernova remnants; binaries

    • Abstract


      A massive binary, in which the primary becomes a supernova, should leave a luminous secondary near the centre of its remnant. Contrary to expectation no statistically significant excess of OB stars is, however, found near the centres of optically visible galactic supernova remnants.

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      Sidney Van den Bergh1

      1. Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, Victoria, Canada
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