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New radio-galaxy X-ray results from Chandra

Abstract:
The superior spatial resolution of the Chandra X-ray Observatory is sharpening our X-ray vision of extragalactic radio sources. Our recent Guest Observer observations of a small sample of B2 radio galaxies show jet X-ray emission to be common in low-power radio galaxies, whereas previously such jets were only X-ray detected in nearby Cen A and M 87. At high redshift, Chandra clearly separates AGN-related emission from the surrounding X-ray emitting cluster medium, as illustrated by our results for 3C 220.1 at a redshift of 0.6.
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Published

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Volume:
250
Pages:
224-229
Publication date:
2002-01-01
URN:
uuid:55656ea9-60db-44cb-9550-707d8b84911e
Source identifiers:
25696
Local pid:
pubs:25696
ISBN:
1-58381-090-0

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