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Multi-Frequency Polarization Studies of Radio Galaxies

  • G. G. Pooley (a1)

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This is a brief report on some of the work in progress at Cambridge, with emphasis on studies of extragalactic radio sources using the One-mile and 5-km telescopes; together with the 6C survey and a new instrument now being commisioned at 151 MHz, we have a frequency range of 100:1 available for high-resolution mapping. The 6C survey has resulted in the discovery of a number of giant radio galaxies, most notably NGC 6251. At 151 MHz, the beautiful jet is not prominent; we have mapped it with the One-mile and 5-km instruments and a paper (by Saunders et al.) will shortly appear in Monthly Notices. Dr Willis will speak later on the structure of this source.

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