Talk presented at the JENAM-2003 Symposium, "Radio
Astronomy at 70: from Karl Jansky to microjansky," Budapest, Hungary,
27-30 August 2003.
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Abstract. We review recent examples where the synergy between radio and X-ray observations has led to substantial progress in understanding astronomical systems. The sub-arcsecond imaging capabilities of the Chandra X-ray observatory provides a 100-fold improvement for comparing X-ray and radio structures. We specifically discuss examples which provide insight into the outflow of material and energy from pulsars and supernovae, the centers of clusters of galaxies, and the nuclei of quasars.
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