M87 at 90 Centimeters: A Different Picture

@article{Owen2000M87A9,
  title={M87 at 90 Centimeters: A Different Picture},
  author={Frazer N. Owen and Jean A. Eilek and Namir E. Kassim},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={543},
  pages={611 - 619}
}
We report new radio imaging of the large-scale radio structure of M87 with the VLA at 90 cm. These new images show the complex structure of the radio emission more clearly than previous attempts, some of which date back to the 1940s. The images suggest that the outward flow from the M87 nucleus extends well beyond the 2 kpc jet. Two "bubbles" of synchrotron emission appear to be inflated by this flow. A simple model of the emission, combined with our knowledge of the inner jet, suggest that the… 

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