X-ray synchrotron radiation and particle acceleration. Martin Hardcastle University of Bristol, UK with Diana Worrall & Mark Birkinshaw (Bristol), Dan Harris (CfA), Ralph Kraft et al (CfA), Robert Laing et al (Oxford) . Outline. X-ray synchrotron radiation as probe of particle acceleration
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University of Bristol, UK
with Diana Worrall & Mark Birkinshaw (Bristol), Dan Harris (CfA), Ralph Kraft et al (CfA), Robert Laing et al (Oxford)
3C66B, a ‘typical’ z ~ 0.02 (D ~100 Mpc) jet
Arrows indicate compact X-ray features with weak (but now detected) radio counterparts and flat radio-X-ray spectra
Either we are wrong about inverse-Compton emission or we have synchrotron emission as well/instead in some sources.
X-ray detections X-ray upper limits
Not as good a correlation as it looks!
Crosses – LERG
Boxes – NLRG
Circles – BLRG
Stars – Quasars
Large circles show hotspots that jets enter