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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Pages XV-XX
  3. J. P. Leahy
    Pages 1-13
  4. H. R. De Ruiter, S. Capetti, R. Morganti, P. Parma, L. Lazzari, R. Fanti
    Pages 21-26
  5. D. Dallacasa, C. Fanti, R. Fanti
    Pages 27-32
  6. J. A. Zensus
    Pages 55-64
  7. Gabriele Giovannini, Tiziana Venturi, Luigina Feretti, Gianni Comoretto, Ann E. Wehrle
    Pages 65-70
  8. Ian Robson, Simon Litchfield
    Pages 97-104
  9. S. Appl, M. Camenzind
    Pages 123-129
  10. Philip E. Hardee, Michael L. Norman
    Pages 137-143
  11. Mitchell C. Begelman
    Pages 145-156
  12. John A. Biretta, Klaus Meisenheimer
    Pages 159-192
  13. Philip E. Hardee, Raymond E. White III, Michael L. Norman
    Pages 193-198
  14. Robin G. Conway, Hermann-Josef Röser
    Pages 199-216
  15. R. A. Perley, C. L. Carilli, J. P. Leahy
    Pages 217-222
  16. Philippe Crane
    Pages 223-227
  17. Michael L. Norman, Dinshaw S. Balsara
    Pages 229-236
  18. Chris Loken, Jack O. Burns, David A. Clarke, Michael L. Norman
    Pages 237-242
  19. David A. Clarke
    Pages 243-252
  20. Wil van Breugel
    Pages 253-263
  21. Klaus Meisenheimer, Hans Hippelein
    Pages 265-265
  22. Jack O. Burns, Chris Loken, Kurt Roettiger, Michael L. Norman, David A. Clarke
    Pages 267-272
  23. Frazer N. Owen
    Pages 273-278
  24. Jean A. Eilek
    Pages 279-284
  25. Guy Pooley
    Pages 285-285
  26. Jörg Rachen, Peter L. Biermann
    Pages 287-292
  27. P. A. G. Scheuer
    Pages 293-298
  28. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

The existence of jets emanating from the central sources of radio galaxies and quasars was perhaps the most important discovery for our understanding of the nature of active galactic nuclei. These proceedings present reviews and research papers on extragalactic radio sources. The book begins witha discussion of the phenomenology and models of radio sources. The main partis devoted to detailed studies of jets by VLBI, to the information obtained about the structure of the central source as deduced from variability studies, to production, confinement and velocity of jets as well as to numerical simulations of the jet phenomenon. Reviews of the two best studied jets - those in the radio galaxy M87 and the quasar 3C273 - illustrate our current observational picture of extragalactic radio jets in all accessible wavelength ranges. A section on the influence of the environment on radio galaxies concludes the book. This topical volume addresses researchers and graduate students in astrophysics.

Keywords

Confinement Radiogalaxien Radioquellen astrophysics quasar radio galaxies radio sources

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-57164-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-57164-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47925-3
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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