Clusters’ far-reaching influence on narrow-angle tail radio galaxies

@article{deVos2021ClustersFI,
  title={Clusters’ far-reaching influence on narrow-angle tail radio galaxies},
  author={K de Vos and Nina A. Hatch and Michael R. Merrifield and B. Mingo},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters},
  year={2021}
}
In order to study the ram-pressure interaction between radio galaxies and the intracluster medium, we analyse a sample of 208 highly-bent narrow-angle tail radio sources (NATs) in clusters, detected by the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. For NATs within 7 R500 of the cluster centre, we find that their tails are distributed anisotropically with a strong tendency to be bent radially away from the cluster, which suggests that they are predominantly on radially inbound orbits. Within 0.5 R500, we… Expand

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