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A DISTANT, COMPLEX SUPERNOVA REMNANT G344.7-0.1

Why is the SNR identified with "G344.7-0.1"?
It is based on its Galactic coordinates.
It's a random identifier assigned at discovery.
Can you repeat the question?
It is based on it's location along the astrozodiacal horizon.
Why is this supernova remnant so much harder to investigate than Vela?
It's much farther away.
It's super close to us.
It's very hot and volatile.
None of the above.
What challenges do current surveys have for imaging supernova remnants like G344.7-0.1?
The magnification is too large and is also inverted.
The angular resolution is limited and distant objects cannot be resolved.
It's amplitude is too small and cannot survive the winter.
All of the above.
What did we try to do with the spectral energy distribution (SED) plot and model?
We tried to change the wavelength of the emitting particles.
We tried to model the Sun's solar flares.
We used relevant physics to predict what we would observe and then compare to what we actually observe.
Not sure.
What did the model results along with the observed appearance of the SNR tell us?
That two populations of particles are responsible for the observed emission across the light spectrum.
That more than four particles are present and emitting in radio.
It found a new type of matter called "plasma".
None of the above.
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