Quasars and Active Galactic Nuclei (Slide Set Number 93)
 
  • Slide 1: Optical spectra of various kinds of active galactic nuclei
  • Slide 2: Broad-band spectrum of Mkn 421 with connected images
  • Slide 3: Variability of active nuclei in various spectral domains
  • Slide 4: A selection of Seyfert galaxies
  • Slide 5: Closeup views of Seyfert nuclei from HST
  • Slide 6: Composite emission-line spectrum of NGC 4151
  • Slide 7: NGC 1275 H-alpha filaments
  • Slide 8: An HST view of the enigmatic spectacle NGC 1275
  • Slide 9: A hidden AGN - infrared images of IC 5063
  • Slide 10: The interaction of jets and clouds in NGC 4151
  • Slide 11: Galaxy, jet, and obscuring disk in NGC 1068
  • Slide 12: The hidden nucleus of NGC 1068 revealed by polarization
  • Slide 13: Radio structure in radio galaxies
  • Slide 14: Nuclear structure in nearby 3C radio galaxies
  • Slide 15: High-redshift radio galaxies in the early universe
  • Slide 16: The blowtorch jet in the radio galaxy NGC 6251
  • Slide 17: The optical jet of M87
  • Slide 18: The supermassive central object in M87
  • Slide 19: Optical jets in radio galaxies
  • Slide 20: The powerful radio galaxy Cygnus A
  • Slide 21: A typical QSO - PKS 1117-248
  • Slide 22: The brightest quasar: 3C 273 and its jet
  • Slide 23: The double QSO 0957+561
  • Slide 24: The Einstein Cross gravitational lens 2237+030
  • Slide 25: The quasar epoch
  • Slide 26: Anomalous QSO/galaxy associations and the redshift controversy
  • Slide 27: Quasars as lighthouses: the Lyman-alpha forest at low and high redshift
  • Slide 28: Quasar host galaxies revealed by HST
  • Slide 29: An absorption-line galaxy in front of the quasar 3C 196
  • Slide 30: The superluminal radio source in the gamma-ray blazar 3C 279
 
 

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