We report on Australia Telescope Compact Array observations in the direction of the young high magnetic-field pulsar J1119-6127. In the resulting images we identify a nonthermal radio shell of diameter 15', which we classify as a previously uncataloged young supernova remnant, G292.2-0.5. This supernova remnant is positionally coincident with PSR J1119-6127, and we conclude that the two objects are physically associated. No radio emission is detected from any pulsar wind nebula (PWN) associated with the pulsar; our observed upper limits are consistent with the expectation that high magnetic-field pulsars produce radio nebulae that fade rapidly. This system suggests a possible explanation for the lack of an associated radio pulsar and/or PWN in many supernova remnants.
"A Radio Supernova Remnant Associated with the Young Pulsar J1119-6127" F. Crawford, B. M. Gaensler, V. M. Kaspi, R. N. Manchester, F. Camilo, A. G. Lyne, & M. J. Pivovaroff, Astrophysical Journal, 554, 152 (2001).