On the evolution of interacting, magnetized, galactic plasmas

@article{Peratt1983OnTE,
  title={On the evolution of interacting, magnetized, galactic plasmas},
  author={A. Peratt and J. Green},
  journal={Astrophysics and Space Science},
  year={1983},
  volume={91},
  pages={19-33}
}
The advent of three-dimensional, electromagnetic, and fully relativistic particle simulations allows a detailed study of a magnetized, rotating plasma, galaxy model. When two such models are simulated, an interaction yielding results resembling observational data from double radio sources, including the emission of synchrotron radiation, are obtained. Simulation derived morphologies, radiation intensities, frequency spectra, and isophote patterns are directly compared to observations. The… Expand
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