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The acceleration of cosmic-ray protons in the supernova remnant RX J1713.7–3946
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The observation of cascade showers of optical photons resulting from γ-rays at energies of ∼1012 eV hitting Earth's upper atmosphere, in the direction of the supernova remnant RX J1713, is reported, which is a good match to that predicted by pion decay, and cannot be explained by other mechanisms.
Jet-induced Emission-Line Nebulosity and Star Formation in the High-Redshift Radio Galaxy 4C 41.17
The high-redshift radio galaxy 4C 41.17 has been shown in earlier work to consist of a powerful radio source in which there is strong evidence for jet-induced star formation along the radio axis. We
DRIVING OUTFLOWS WITH RELATIVISTIC JETS AND THE DEPENDENCE OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS FEEDBACK EFFICIENCY ON INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM INHOMOGENEITY
We examine the detailed physics of the feedback mechanism by relativistic active galactic nucleus (AGN) jets interacting with a two-phase fractal interstellar medium (ISM) in the kpc-scale core of
Unification of the Radio and Optical Properties of Gigahertz Peak Spectrum and Compact Steep-Spectrum Radio Sources
We adopt the view that the classes of active galactic nuclei (AGN) known variously as gigahertz peak spectrum (GPS) sources, compact steep-spectrum (CSS) sources, and compact symmetric objects (CSO)
Starburst-Driven Galactic Winds: Filament Formation and Emission Processes
We have performed a series of three-dimensional simulations of the interaction of a supersonic wind with a nonspherical radiative cloud. These simulations are motivated by our recent
Relativistic Jets and the Fanaroff-Riley Classification of Radio Galaxies
Recently, Owen(1993) and Owen and Ledlow (1994) have shown that the dividing line between Fanaroff-Riley class~I and class~II Radio Sources is very sharp when the sources are represented as points in
On the Relationship between BL Lacertae Objects and Fanaroff-Riley I Radio Galaxies
The idea that Fanaroff-Riley Class~I Radio Galaxies contain core jets with Lorentz factors of the order of a few and are the parent population for BL~Lac Objects is examined, with particular
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