A search for OB stars in supernova remnants
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.
Volume 40 | Issue 5
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