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Galaxy clusters: Radio relics from fossil electrons

Nature Astronomy volume 1, Article number: 0014 (2017) | Download Citation

The detection of a tailed radio galaxy in a galaxy cluster conjoined to a region of diffuse radio emission confirms that radio galaxies provide the energetic electrons needed to explain the origin of this enigmatic emission.

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  1. Melanie Johnston-Hollitt is at the School of Chemical & Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington 6140, New Zealand.

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