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The interaction of radio sources and cooling flows

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The X-ray emission in many clusters of galaxies shows a central peak in surface brightness coincident with a drop in temperature. These characterize a cooling flow. There is also often a radio source at the centre of such a region. Data from Chandra now enable us to map the interaction between the radio source and the intracluster medium. Preliminary work shows no sign of heating of the gas beyond the radio lobes, which are often devoid of cooler gas and so appear as holes. In the case of the...

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Journal:
PARTICLES AND FIELDS IN RADIO GALAXIES
Volume:
250
Pages:
471-480
Publication date:
2002-01-01
Event title:
Oxford Radio Galaxy Workshop
Source identifiers:
18316
ISBN:
1583810900
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pubs:18316
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uuid:1406b24d-fdf6-442f-9531-66aae589330b
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pubs:18316
Deposit date:
2012-12-19

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