Chandra X-Ray Detection of the Radio Hot Spots of 3C 295.

@article{Harris2000ChandraXD,
  title={Chandra X-Ray Detection of the Radio Hot Spots of 3C 295.},
  author={Harris and Nulsen and Ponman and Bautz and Cameron and David and Donnelly and Forman and Grego and Hardcastle and Henry and Jones and Leahy and Markevitch and Martel and Mcnamara and Mazzotta and Tucker and Virani and Vrtilek},
  journal={The Astrophysical journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={530 2},
  pages={
          L81-L84
        }
}
An observation of the radio galaxy 3C 295 during the calibration phase of the Chandra X-Ray Observatory reveals X-ray emission from the core of the galaxy, from each of the two prominent radio hot spots, and from the previously known cluster gas. We discuss the possible emission processes for the hot spots and argue that a synchrotron self-Compton (SSC) model is preferred for most or all of the observed X-ray emission. SSC models with near-equipartition fields thus explain the X-ray emission… Expand

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