Energy Transport in Radio Galaxies and Quasars: A Workshop Theory Review
A workshop on the dynamics, emission and morphology associated with the highly collimated outflows seen in radio galaxies and quasars was held at The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in September of 1995. Complete workshop proceedings will be published in the ASP Conference Series. This workshop review covers the theoretical developments and problems discussed at the workshop.
KeywordsBlack Hole Radio Source Accretion Disk Radio Galaxy Extragalactic Radio Source
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