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Infrared polarimetry of the nucleus of Centaurus A - The nearest blazar?
As one of the nearest examples of an active galaxy, NGC5128 (Centaurus A) has been studied in detail over a wide range of wavelengths. The nucleus of the galaxy is seen clearly in the X-ray, radio and infrared, but is ...
Infrared photometry of the nuclei of early-type radio galaxies
The authors have obtained near- and mid-infrared photometry of the nuclei of both strong and weak radio galaxies. The implication of these data are that a relatively small percentage, ≅15 per cent, of radio ellipticals ...