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Hot Spots in Extragalactic Radio Sources

K. Meisenheimer

Hot Spots in Extragalactic Radio Sources

Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Ringberg Castle, Tegernsee, Frg, February 8-12, 1988 (Lecture Notes in Physics)

by K. Meisenheimer

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsH. J. Roser (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages301
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7446136M
ISBN 100387509933
ISBN 109780387509938

Abstract: This review provides the background and current perspective of some of the striking asymmetries exhibited by extragalactic double-lobed radio sources, paying special attention to the reported interrelationships among some of them. We particularly aim to highlight some less discussed aspects pertaining to the radio lobes and hot-spots for which any relativistic Cited by: 3. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Klaus Meisenheimer and Hermann-Josef Röser.

This review provides the background and current perspective of some of the striking asymmetries exhibited by extragalactic double-lobed radio sources, paying. De Young, The physics of extragalactic radio sources subsequently, a reasonable estimate for the size of compact sources is of the order of one parsec, and if thermal absorption is dominant then with Te as high as K the number density of the thermal gas would have to be as low as 10 2_10_3 cm3 in order for eq. () to produce turnover Cited by:

Recent WSRT and VLA Observations of the Jet Radio Galaxy NGC NGC A Bent Jet in a Spiral Galaxy.- Kiloparsec Scale Structure in High Luminosity Radio Sources Observed with MTRLI.- A Suggested Classification and Explanation for Hotspots in Some Powerful Radio Sources.- Hot-Spots in Luminous Extragalactic Radio Sources This paper is a brief review of the processes responsible for X-ray emission from radio jets, lobes and hot spots. Possible photons in inverse Compton scattering models include the radio synchrotron radiation itself (i.e. synchrotron self-Compton [SSC] emission), the cosmic microwave background (CMB), the galaxy starlight and radiation from the active by: 3.


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Hot Spots in Extragalactic Radio Sources by K. Meisenheimer Download PDF EPUB FB2

This collection of papers presents a rather complete review of current knowledge of hot spots in some strong extragalactic radio sources. An overview of known results along with new data on radio observations and optical observations is given in the first and second parts of the book.

An overview of known results along with new data on radio observations and optical observations is given in the first and second parts of the book. Recent Hot Spots in Extragalactic Radio Sources - Proceedings of a Workshop, Held at Ringberg Castle, Tegernsee, FRG, February 8–12, | Klaus Meisenheimer | Springer.

Book Review: Hot spots in extragalactic radio sources / Springer-Verlag, Author: I. McHardy. Hot spots in extragalactic radio sources: proceedings of a workshop, held at Ringberg Castle, Tegernsee, FRG, FebruaryMeisenheimer, Klaus Roser, Hermann-JosefAuthor: K.

Meisenheimer, H.-J. Röser. Hot spots in extragalactic sources are analyzed using a model in which both particle and magnetic field energy are derived from macroscopic motions. An argument is made for the existence of waves throughout a radio-source head, generated not by boundary instability, but by the breaking of the beam shock.

Compact hot-spots in luminous extragalactic radio sources are often double on the scale of a few kpc (Laing a). Examples are shown in Figures 1–3; the maps were made with the A and B configurations of the : R.

Laing. Not Available adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: 2. Jets and hot spots in extragalactic radio sources. Achatz, U.; Lesch, H.; Schlickeiser, R. Abstract. By an examination of the behaviour of space-averaged distributions of electrons and positrons in active galactic nuclei (AGN's) it has been shown that the concerted action of accretion, accretion shock, magnetic fields and Alfven waves in AGN's Cited by: 4.

Summary. The present status of the detection of optical synchrotron radiation from extended extragalactic radio sources is reviewed. There is now firm evidence for optical synchrotron emission from the jets of M 87 and 3C as well as from three radio hot spots (3C 20 west, 3C 33 south and Pictor A west).Cited by: 2.

IAU Sympos Extragalactic Radio Sources, was held at Albuquerque, New Mexico AugustIt was co-sponsored by IAU Commissi 40, 47 and 48 and by URSI Commission J. Financial and organizational support were provided by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, the University of New Mexico, and the National Science Foundation.

Continuum observations of hot spots at wavelengths 1 cm.- Multifrequency flux determination in the hot spot of 3C33 South.- A blue and polarized source along the radio axis of PKS Extended optical line emission in radio galaxies Hot-spots in extragalactic radio sources - Shocks and the distribution of energy Article (PDF Available) in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2).

IAU Sympos Extragalactic Radio Sources, was held at Albuquerque, New Mexico AugustIt was co-sponsored by IAU Commissi 40, 47 and 48 and by URSI Commission J. Financial and organizational support were provided by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, the University ofBrand: Springer Netherlands.

Jets and hot spots in extragalactic radio sources. There is now firm evidence for optical synchrotron emission from the jets of M87 and 3C as well as from three radio hot spots.

Extragalactic Radio Sources Relativistic Bulk Motion. This VLA image of the radio-loud quasar 3C shows the core, an apparently one-sided jet, and two radio lobes with hot spots of comparable flux densities.

The jet is intrinsically two-sided but relativistic, so Doppler boosting brightens the approaching jet and dims the receding jet. Extragalactic Radio Sources 41 Flux conservation in a hyper—Alfv4niC jet ensures that the toroidal component of magnetic field (aA~) will decay more slowly with distance from the nucleus than the poloidal component &A1) and must eventually dominate as is certainly compat- ible with observations of NCC [11].Cited by: 1.

Limitations Will discuss only extragalactic sources (Galactic science covered yesterday) Will focus on radio sources (SFG and the Cosmic Infrared Background [CIB] covered later in this session) Will emphasize results rather than the data (properties of the Planck catalogues covered in next talk) Partridge, IAU Hot spots in extragalactic radio sources: proceedings of a workshop, held at Ringberg Castle, Tegernsee, FRG, FebruaryAuthor: K Meisenheimer ; H -J Röser.

Several evolution models have been proposed for GPS sources, in which GPS sources subsequently evolve into CSS sources and large-scale doubles (Hodges and Mutel,Fanti et al.,Readhead et al.,O’Dea and Baum, ).In these models, the age ratio of large-size objects to GPS sources is typically ∼10 much larger fraction (say 10%) of GPS in radio Cited by: 5.

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Hot Spots in Extragalactic Radio Sources: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Ringberg Castle, Tegernsee, FRG, February[Klaus Meisenheimer; Hermann-Josef Röser;] -- Hot spot radio galaxies - an introduction -- Radio observation of hot spots -- Compact hotspots, double hotspots, and source asymmetry -- Cygnus a and the Williams model -- A tale of two hot.