High Resolution Map of NGC1265


THE radio sources associated with NGC1265 and IC310 have “head-tail” structures with the heads coinciding with the optical galaxies1. Ryle and Windram suggested1 that both radio sources were ignited by a relativistic particle wind from the nearby Seyfert galaxy NGC1275. Hill and Longair2 drew attention to further examples of galaxies in clusters with the same peculiar radio morphology.

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WELLINGTON, K., MILEY, G. & VAN DER LAAN, H. High Resolution Map of NGC1265. Nature 244, 502–504 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1038/244502a0

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