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Ubiquitous Disks in AGN

  • Gary D. Schmidt (a1)

Abstract

Disk-like structures have been inferred to exist in the nuclei of galaxies over the entire range in nuclear activity. These form the essence of the Unified Scheme, which has had great success in accounting for AGN of a wide variety of perceived types. Recent progress along this front is summarized, including new polarimetric results, high-angular resolution optical imaging, and interferometry at radio wavelengths.

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Ubiquitous Disks in AGN

  • Gary D. Schmidt (a1)

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