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1992AJ....103.1746N EVOLUTION OF LUMINOUS IRAS SOURCES: RADIO IMAGING S. G. NEFF NASA Goddard Space Plight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland 20771 J. B. HUTCHINGS Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, NRC of Canada, 5071 West Saanich Road, Victoria, British Columbia V8X 4M6, Canada Received 31 May 1991; revised 28 January 1992 ABSTRACT We present and discuss observations of the compact radio morphology of 111 luminous IRAS-selected active galaxies covering a wide range of IR and optical properties. Of these sources, 72 are observed for the first time with the VLA^1^ A configuration. The circumnuclear radio sources are generally small and weak, with 15 nondetections to a limit of ~0.4 mJy. Comparison with the IR and optical properties of the objects indicates that the radio sources turn on within 10^8^ yr of the tidal encounter that is presumed to generate the IR activity. However, the radio sources do not all appear at the same time. The radio observations are consistent with the evolution scenario for luminous IRAS galaxies suggested by Hutchings & Neff [AJ, 101,434(1991)].
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