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1994ApJ...427..134W MULTIPLE X-RAY EMISSION COMPONENTS IN LOW-POWER RADIO GALAXIES D. M. WORRALL AND M. BIRKINSHAW Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Received 1993 June 28; accepted 1993 November 19 ABSTRACT We report X-ray observations of the first six sources observed with ROSAT in our study of low-power radio galaxies. Spatial and spectral measurements show that both resolved (thermal) and unresolved X-ray emission in a single source are typical, although the relative strength and size of the resolved component varies between objects. The unresolved X-ray component correlates well with the core radio emission and may be dominated by nonthermal emission associated with an inner radio jet. Subject headings: galaxies: active - radio continuum: galaxies radiation mechanisms: miscellaneous - X-rays: galaxies
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