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Supernova Remnants in Giant HII Regions
International Astronomical Union Colloquium
Giant HII regions contain large numbers of massive stars, and hence are expected to contain large numbers of SNRs. Until recently, however, only a few SNRs have been identified in extragalactic giant HII regions. Moreover, most of these SNRs are located at the outskirts of HII regions, instead of the core where most of the stars are located. The low detection rate and the outlying locations of the SNRs may be due to: 1) observational difficulties - the background HII regions are much moredoi:10.1017/s0252921100102374 fatcat:wklbqx5xc5d63lodinajzxuyz4