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Unity and Diversity Among Jets in Active Galaxies

  • William C. Keel (a1)

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Jets, and more general kinds of directed flow, are increasingly seen as important aspects of the activity of galactic nuclei. Their frequent presence, on scales from parsecs to megaparsecs, in radio galaxies implicates jets in the production of radio lobes, and instances have been found of jets apparently “frustrated” and disrupted in gas-rich galactic disks. Jet-like emission is occasionally found on small scales around Seyfert nuclei, with some observations suggesting links to nuclei at yet lower levels of (radiative) activity.

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Unity and Diversity Among Jets in Active Galaxies

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