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LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES
▪ Abstract At luminosities above 1011 , infrared galaxies become the dominant population of extragalactic objects in the local Universe (z ≲ 0.3), being more numerous than optically selectedExpand
IBIS: The Imager on-board INTEGRAL
The IBIS telescope is the high angular resolution gamma-ray imager on-board the INTEGRAL Observatory, suc- cessfully launched from Baikonur (Kazakhstan) the 17th of October 2002. This medium size ESAExpand
An enigmatic long-lasting γ-ray burst not accompanied by a bright supernova
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are short, intense flashes of soft γ-rays coming from the distant Universe. Long-duration GRBs (those lasting more than ∼2 s) are believed to originate from the deaths ofExpand
A superluminal source in the Galaxy
APPARENT velocities greater than the speed of light (superluminal motion) have been inferred for radio-emitting components in a number of distant quasars and active galactic nuclei1. These componentsExpand
A double-sided radio jet from the compact Galactic Centre annihilator 1E1740.7–2942
RECENT observations1,2 with the γ-ray telescope SIGMA, on the GRANAT satellite, indicated that the hard X-ray source 1E1740.7 – 2942 may be the source of the strongest outbursts of 511-keVExpand
A High-Resolution Radio Study of the W50-SS 433 System and the Surrounding Medium
We present VLA images at 327.5 and 1465 MHz of the nebula W50 surrounding the stellar source of relativistic jets SS 433. At 1.4 GHz, we have produced an image of W50 with an angular resolution ofExpand
Simultaneous Multiwavelength Observations of the Low/Hard State of the X-Ray Transient Source SWIFT J1753.5-0127
We report the results of simultaneous multiwavelength observations of the X-ray transient source SWIFT J1753.5-0127 performed with INTEGRAL, RXTE, NTT, REM, and VLA on 2005 August 10-12. The source,Expand
AU-Scale Synchrotron Jets and Superluminal Ejecta in GRS 1915+105
Radio imaging of the microquasar GRS 1915+105 with the Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) over a range of wavelengths (13, 3.6, 2.0, and 0.7 cm), in different states of the black hole binary, alwaysExpand
Formation of a tidal dwarf galaxy in the interacting system Arp 245 (NGC 2992/93)
Original article can be found at: http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/AJ/--Copyright American Astronomical Society
Sources of Relativistic Jets in the Galaxy
▪ Abstract Black holes of stellar mass and neutron stars in binary systems are first detected as hard X-ray sources using high-energy space telescopes. Relativistic jets in some of these compactExpand
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