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Paper: Hydrodynamics of Small-Scale Jets: Observational Aspects
Volume: 386, Extragalactic Jets: Theory and Observation from Radio to Gamma Ray
Page: 388
Authors: Valtaoja, E.; Lindfors, E.; Saloranta, P.-M.; Hovatta, T.; Lähteenmäki, A.; Nieppola, E.; Torniainen, I.; Tornikoski, M.
Abstract: We are still struggling with the same basic questions that were first posed when the existence of relativistic parsec-scale jets became commonly accepted in the Seventies. There is a need for more multifrequency, multimethod studies combining data and knowledge from various subfields to shed new light on old questions. We give some examples of how joining together different data sets, for example VLBI, continuum, and imaging observations, can give us a better picture of what is going on, or at the very least illustrate our ignorance. As one example, we discuss the correlations between the black hole mass and other intrinsic and observational parameters.
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