Microwave Haze in Milky Way

A European spacecraft ,Planck ,has snapped new images of our Milky Way galaxy, confirming the puzzling presence of a shroud of microwave fog around the galactic core.The image showed the odd microwave haze during a survey that also turned up previously unseen patches of cold gas where new stars are forming.

The microwave light comes from a region surrounding the galactic center, and it looks like a form of energy called synchrotron emission, which is produced when electrons pass through magnetic fields, Davide Pietrobon, another Planck scientist at JPL in Pasadena, Calif., explained in a statement…

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1 Response to Microwave Haze in Milky Way

  1. mitun says:

    Grate post informative.


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