The Quasar Jet 4C 32.69 at 1.4 GHz
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One of the most luminous radio jet sources known is 4C 32.69, identfied with a z=0.67 QSO. It has previously been mapped at 5 GHz by Potash and Wardle (1980, PW hereafter). Here a 1.4 GHz VLA map of comparable resolution is presented and compared to the earlier map.
KeywordsRadio Source Faraday Rotation Pressure Confinement Depolarization Ratio Extragalactic Radio Source
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