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    • Constraints on free–free emission from anomalous microwave emission sources in the perseus molecular cloud 

      Tibbs, C.; Paladini, R.; Dickinson, C.; Mason, B.S.; Casassus Montero, Simón; Cleary, K.; Davies, R.D.; Davis, R.J.; Watson, R.A. (The American Astronomical Society, 2013-06-20)
      We present observations performed with the Green Bank Telescope at 1.4 and 5 GHz of three strips coincident with the anomalous microwave emission features previously identified in the Perseus molecular cloud at 33 GHz ...
    • Infrared-correlated 31-GHz radio emission from Orion East 

      Dickinson, C.; Casassus Montero, Simón; Davies, R. D.; Allison, J.; Bustos, R.; Cleary, K.; Davis, R. J.; Jones, M. E.; Pearson, T. J.; Readhead, A. C. S.; Reeves, R.; Taylor, A. C.; Tibbs, C. T.; Watson, R. A. (WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, 2010-10-01)
      Lynds dark cloud LDN1622 represents one of the best examples of anomalous dust emission, possibly originating from small spinning dust grains. We present Cosmic Background Imager (CBI) 31-GHz data of LDN1621, a diffuse ...
    • Spitzer characterization of dust in an anomalous emission region: the Perseus cloud 

      Tibbs, C. T.; Flagey, N.; Paladini, R.; Compiègne, M.; Shenoy, S.; Carey, S.; Noriega Crespo, A.; Dickinson, C.; Ali Haïmoud, Y.; Casassus Montero, Simón; Cleary, K.; Davies, R. D.; Hirata, C. M.; Watson, R. A. (2011)
      Anomalous microwave emission is known to exist in the Perseus cloud. One of the most promising candidates to explain this excess of emission is electric dipole radiation from rapidly rotating very small dust grains, ...