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Paper: VIMOS Spectroscopy of Extended Emission-line Regions
Volume: 373, The Central Engine of Active Galactic Nuclei
Page: 546
Authors: Inskip, K.J.; Villar-Martin, M.; Tadhunter, C.; Morganti, R.; Holt, J.; Dicken, D.
Abstract: We present the results of spectroscopic and imaging observations of the FR II radio galaxies PKS 225041 and PKS 193246. Both sources display very extensive emission-line regions, and appear to be undergoing interactions with companion bodies. In addition to disturbed gas kinematics associated with interactions with the radio source, the more distant emitting material displays simple, narrow emission-line profiles, often at significant velocity offsets from the system rest-frame, and may be associated with tidal debris.
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