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A new high-latitude low-surface brightness SNR
R. Kothes, T. Foster, W. Reich
4. Magnetic fields in SNRs and PWNe
We have discovered a new SNR in the Galactic Anticentre at a Galactic latitude of about $10degr$ with the DRAO synthesis telescope at 21-cm. Here we report on follow-up Effelsberg observations at 6-cm. This shell-type SNR is almost circular with a diameter of about 1.5degr. Its radio surface brightness is extremely low and it is highly linearly polarized. High-velocity HI-gas from the ‘anti-centre shell’ seems associated, which places the SNR at a distance between 0.5~kpc and 2.5~kpc.