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Paper: Spitzer Observations of Centaurus A
Volume: 381, The Second Annual Spitzer Science Center Conference: Infrared Diagnostics of Galaxy Evolution
Page: 405
Authors: Brookes, M.H.; Keene, J.; Quillen, A.C.; Charmandaris, V.; Lawrence, C.R.; Stern, D.; Werner, M.
Abstract: We describe infrared observations of the radio galaxy Centaurus A made using the Spitzer Space Telescope. Data from IRAC, MIPS have been used to model the structure of the warped dusty disk and to detect infrared synchrotron emission from the radio jet at the position of the Northern Inner Radio Lobe. We also discuss future work with IRS low resolution spectral mapping data which will be used to probe the physical characteristics of the warped disk.
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