An investigation into the morphology of radio sources
Ella, Moloko Malebo
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Radio galaxies are some of the most unusual and powerful objects in the Universe and are therefore vital for so many reasons. Studies of Radio-Loud Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) gives us the potential to enhance our understanding of the key processes leading to the ejection of material, connection to the central engine and how the jets are launched. Besides, the energetic input of these sources is thought to have an impact in the star formation history and properties of the ISM and ICM; thus by studying them, we can improve our understanding of their formation, evolution and their environment.