Observations of G327.6+14.6 (SN1006) compared to a selection of grid-based models. The magnetic field is defined by the components Bx (line-of-sight component), By (horizontal component), and Bz (vertical component), where the ratio between the By and Bz-components determines the orientation of the bilateral symmetry axis. Top row: observations of SN1006. Left: Stokes I total intensity (MOST). Center: polarized intensity (Reynoso et al. 2013). Right: magnetic field vectors shown with total intensity contours in the background (adapted from Reynoso et al. 2013). Second row: quasi-parallel model with Bx = 0.03μG, By = 1.0μG, and Bz = 0.12μG. Third row: quasi-parallel model with Bx = 0.55μG, By = 1.0μG, and Bz = 0.12μG. Fourth row: quasi-perpendicular model with Bx = 1.28μG, By = −0.12μG, and Bz = 1.0μG. This is very close to the case at the location of SN1006 in the JF12 GMF model. Fifth row: quasi-perpendicular model with Bx = −3.84μG, By = −0.12μG, and Bz = 1.0μG. Bottom row: quasi-perpendicular model with Bx = −12.5μG, By = −0.12μG, and Bz = 1.0μG. The models are arranged as the data, with far left: Stokes I total intensity; center: polarized intensity, and right: magnetic field vectors shown over total intensity emission.
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